Bipolar disorder: not just anger and smile
Bipolar Disorder: Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA) defines it as a mood disorder. A mood disorder is a condition when a person feels a certain way for a long time. Everyone has that time when they feel as if they’re on cloud nine; or that time when they’re sitting in the dumpster and nobody could be feeling worse. The difference between that and a mood disorder: how long you feel a certain way and the intensity.
Doing not choosing
Yesterday, 30 July 2015, CBC reported that a man named Graham Kent was kicked out of a bar. Reportedly he was making noise and was thought to be on drugs. Unfortunately he was only displaying symptoms of Tourette Syndrome. It is not a mental illness. Being a problem of the brain though it is often misunderstood and stigmatized.
Read the answers and learn more about mental health
Here are the answers to last week’s crossword. Read the clues below to learn more about mental health. Continue reading