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A mandate was pushed through this last legislative session, making New York the first state in the country to require schools to teach about mental health in the classroomโ€ผ๏ธ Things like this make me proud to be New York bred! โœŠ๐Ÿพโœ…๐Ÿ’š๐ŸŒ†๐Ÿ’ฏ < < < #MentalHealthMatters #MentalIllness #BlackManBipolar #Awareness #BreakTheStigma #Support #Education #HealthyLivingBipolar #Schools #MentalHealth #EndTheStigma #BipolarDisorder #Health #Wellness #Recovery #therapy #MentalHealthAwareness #Support #Anxiety #Depression #Advocate #Education #Stigma #Suicide #MentalHealthAdvocate #DontSufferInSilence #SilenceTheShame
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Although the general perception of mental illness has improved over the past decades, studies show that stigma against mental illness is still powerful, largely due to media stereotypes and lack of education. Stigma and misinformation can feel like overwhelming obstacles for someone who is struggling with a mental health condition. World Mental Health Day is a good reminder that it is important to talk about mental health. Itโ€™s more common than you may think. In fact, one in five adults in America โ€“ 43.8 million people โ€“ experience mental illness. This is 18.5% of our total population. Itโ€™s important to know that recovery from most mental health problems is possible. If you or a loved one is suffering from a mental health problem, please talk to someone. ๐Ÿ™๐Ÿพโœ…๐Ÿ’š < < < #WorldMentalHealthDay #MentalHealthMatters #MentalIllness #BlackManBipolar #Awareness #BreakTheStigma #Support #Trauma #HealthyLivingBipolar #MentalHealth #EndTheStigma #BipolarDisorder #Health #Wellness #Recovery #Therapy #MentalHealthAwareness #RUOK #Anxiety #Depression #Advocate #Education #Stigma #Suicide #MentalHealthAdvocate #DontSufferInSilence #SilenceTheShame #YouAreNotAlone #October10th
Bad things happen. Trauma occurs. While as certain as I am that everyone reacts to the world differently, I am also certain that everyone has reasons to react differently. Lets be certain that when we engage in these types of difficult conversations we do not let our own ego become more than the need to support each other. No life experience is perfect but it is the people we surround ourselves with that can make our journey that much better. ๐Ÿ™๐Ÿพโœ…๐Ÿ’š < < < #MentalHealthMatters #MentalIllness #BlackManBipolar #Awareness #BreakTheStigma #Support #Trauma #HealthyLivingBipolar #BlackMen #MentalHealth #EndTheStigma #BipolarDisorder #Health #Wellness #Recovery #therapy #MentalHealthAwareness #SuicidePreventionMonth #Support #Anxiety #Depression #Advocate #Education #Stigma #Suicide #MentalHealthAdvocate #DontSufferInSilence #SilenceTheShame #YouAreNotAlone
Studies show that unrealistic expectations based on gender and race often keep many Black men out of therapy. The stereotype is that men donโ€™t even like to ask for directions, so you can imagine how hard it is to say to another person out loud, โ€œI think I need some help.โ€ It is a circular problem we experience. In order for Black men to get help, they must open up enough to let someone know that they need help. But in order to open up and ask for help, they have to crack the cool facade and allow themselves to be in a vulnerable position. In most instances, Black men have not grown up believing that their internal emotional lives have inherent and productive value. This needs to change. Please share. โœ…โœŠ๐Ÿพ๐Ÿ’š < <#Repost @iamadolfo < #MentalIllness #MentalHealthMatters #BlackManBipolar #Awareness #BreakTheStigma #Nike #JustDoIt #HealthyLivingBipolar #MentalHealth #EndTheStigma #BipolarDisorder #Health #Wellness #ColinKaepernick #MentalHealthAwareness #SuicidePreventionMonth #Support #Anxiety #Depression #Advocate #Education #Stigma #Suicide #MentalHealthAdvocate #DontSufferInSilence #SilenceTheShame #YouAreNotAlone @tarajiphenson @kingjames @kaepernick7 @cthagod @kidcudi @nike
Regrann from @iamadolfo - Studies show that unrealistic expectations based on gender and race often keep many Black men out of therapy. The stereotype is that men donโ€™t even like to ask for directions, so you can imagine how hard it is to say to another person out loud, โ€œI think I need some help.โ€ It is a circular problem we experience. In order for Black men to get help, they must open up enough to let someone know that they need help. But in order to open up and ask for help, they have to crack the cool facade and allow themselves to be in a vulnerable position. In most instances, Black men have not grown up believing that their internal emotional lives have inherent and productive value. This needs to change. โœ…โœŠ๐Ÿพ๐Ÿ’š < < < #MentalIllness #MentalHealthMatters #BlackManBipolar #Awareness #BreakTheStigma #Nike #JustDoIt #HealthyLivingBipolar #MentalHealth #EndTheStigma #BipolarDisorder #Health #Wellness #ColinKaepernick #MentalHealthAwareness #SuicidePreventionMonth #Support #Anxiety #Depression #Advocate #Education #Stigma #Suicide #MentalHealthAdvocate #Advocate #DontSufferInSilence #SilenceTheShame #YouAreNotAlone
Studies show that unrealistic expectations based on gender and race often keep many Black men out of therapy. The stereotype is that men donโ€™t even like to ask for directions, so you can imagine how hard it is to say to another person out loud, โ€œI think I need some help.โ€ It is a circular problem we experience. In order for Black men to get help, they must open up enough to let someone know that they need help. But in order to open up and ask for help, they have to crack the cool facade and allow themselves to be in a vulnerable position. In most instances, Black men have not grown up believing that their internal emotional lives have inherent and productive value. This needs to change. Please share. โœ…โœŠ๐Ÿพ๐Ÿ’š < < < #MentalIllness #MentalHealthMatters #BlackManBipolar #Awareness #BreakTheStigma #Nike #JustDoIt #HealthyLivingBipolar #BlackMen #MentalHealth #EndTheStigma #BipolarDisorder #Health #Wellness #ColinKaepernick #therapy #MentalHealthAwareness #SuicidePreventionMonth #Support #Anxiety #Depression #Advocate #Education #Stigma #Suicide #MentalHealthAdvocate #DontSufferInSilence #SilenceTheShame #YouAreNotAlone @tarajiphenson @kingjames @kaepernick7 @cthagod @kidcudi @nike
IM LITERALLY CRYING ๐Ÿ˜ญ๐Ÿ˜ญ๐Ÿ˜ญ such a simple task, explain perfectly as it happens inside my head. There are so many things I โ€˜simplyโ€™ can NOT do... that most people do so often they take for granted how such a little thing can have others struggle to complete. Some days I struggle to take my lunch break, what if I trip over walking out, what if someone talks to me while Iโ€™m on lunch, what if someone sits near me, what if my card declines, what if Iโ€™ve lost my wallet... SUCH A SIMPLE task.. is SO HARD some days. #Repost @iamadolfo ใƒปใƒปใƒป Did you know SOCIAL ANXIETY is the third largest mental health problem in the world today? โœ…๐Ÿ’š < < < #MentalHealthMonth #MentalIllness #MentalHealthMatters #BlackManBipolar #Awareness #BreakTheStigma #SocialAnxiety #HealthyLivingBipolar #MentalHealth #EndTheStigma #BipolarDisorder #Health #Wellness #MentalHealthAwareness #SocialAnxietyDisorder #Support #Anxiety #Depression #Advocate #Education #Stigma #Suicide #BPD #OCD #MentalHealthAdvocate #schizophrenia #Advocate #DontSufferInSilence #SilenceTheShame #YouAreNotAlone
โ€œAdolfo, Why do you feel the need to talk about your personal stuff, publicly?โ€ To educate... but also because I truly believe that thereโ€™s a blessing in transparency and freedom in confession. ๐Ÿ™๐Ÿพโœ…๐Ÿ’š #MentalHealthMonday #MentalIllness #MentalHealthMatters #BlackManBipolar #Awareness #BreakTheStigma #SocialAnxiety #HealthyLivingBipolar #MentalHealth #EndTheStigma #BipolarDisorder #Health #Wellness #MentalHealthAwareness #Life #Support #Anxiety #Depression #Advocate #Education #Stigma #Suicide #BPD #OCD #MentalHealthAdvocate #schizophrenia #Advocate #DontSufferInSilence #SilenceTheShame #YouAreNotAlone
2018 MENTAL HEALTH DAY @ THE CAPITOL: Met today to discuss how to protect mental health care coverage. We need MORE mental health coverage not LESS. Thank you to the legislators for discussing ways to #Act4MentalHealth ๐Ÿ‘จ๐Ÿพโ€๐Ÿซโœ…๐Ÿ’š < < < #MH4ALL #MentalIllness #MentalHealthMatters #BlackManBipolar #Awareness #BreakTheStigma #HealthyLivingBipolar #MentalHealth #EndTheStigma #BipolarDisorder #Health #Wellness #MentalHealthAwareness #Life #Support #Advocate #Education #Stigma #MentalHealthAdvocate #Advocate #DontSufferInSilence #SilenceTheShame #Healthcare #MentalHealthDay
So why are people suffering in silence? Shame, lack of trust, socioeconomic status, lack of information, misunderstanding of mental health, faith, spirituality, access to healthcare, stigma, community judgement -These are a few reasons that prevent people from speaking out, seeking treatment and receiving quality care. According to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Office of Minority Services, African-Americans are 20% more likely to experience serious psychological distress, such as major depression, suicide, PTSD, and anxiety than non-Hispanic whites. Yet a study by the American Psychological Association found that young adult blacks, especially those with higher levels of education, are significantly less likely to seek mental health services than their white counterparts. Despite the increased awareness of mental illness and the reduction of stigma against people like me who live with a mental illness, it is still difficult to be open about what it is like to live with a mental illness. Brain disorders have a stigma that other illnesses do not have and yet there is no health without mental health. We would be terrified to know the kind of deep suffering the happiest looking people are able to hide inside themselves. A cultural shift is needed to foster a climate in which friends and loved ones can seek non-judgmental support for a mental health condition. This could make the difference in helping others feel empowered to get the help they may need. Donโ€™t suffer in silenceโ€ฆโœ…๐Ÿ’š #MentalHealthMonday #MentalIllness #MentalHealthMatters #BlackManBipolar #Awareness #BreakTheStigma #HealthyLivingBipolar #MentalHealth #EndTheStigma #BipolarDisorder #Health #Wellness #MentalHealthAwareness #Life #Support #Anxiety #Depression #Advocate #Education #Stigma #Suicide #BPD #OCD #MentalHealthAdvocate #schizophrenia #Advocate #DontSufferInSilence #SilenceTheShame #YouAreNotAlone
When you struggle with a mental illness, whatever kind, there is a feeling of shame that often accompanies it and it is easy to get into the habit of not addressing your needs. Because of that core foundation of shame, It easy to adopt the habit of saying, โ€œIโ€™m fineโ€ when you really are not fine. I personally felt like I knew 200 ways to say, โ€œIโ€™m fineโ€ and to paint a rosy picture of life. There were times I wanted to be 'fine' so badly I tried to force it. I would lie through my teeth in hopes that the more I said it, the truer it would be. We, as people, are so often apologizing for being human, fallible and imperfect. We say we are OK when we arenโ€™t because we donโ€™t want to burden others with the truth. Itโ€™s easier to lie. The reality is Iโ€™m not always fine. I struggle. I need help. I have doctors and a therapist and I need medication. I will not be ashamed of that. I am not a victim nor will I pretend to be. I expect the same things of myself I should expect: I expect to work hard, regardless of how I feel. I expect to take an active part in my own joy and happiness. I expect to work to improve my relationships with others. I expect myself to be a functioning adult member of society. But, I need a little help to do thatโ€ฆand thatโ€™s OK. Never apologize for being human. Never lie because you are ashamed of the truth. Because, in the end, itโ€™s the truth that sets us free. I am learning to accept my different states of being. At the end, or at the startโ€ฆโœ…๐Ÿ’š #MentalHealthMonday #MentalIllness #MentalHealthMatters #BlackManBipolar #Awareness #BreakTheStigma #HealthyLivingBipolar #MentalHealth #EndTheStigma #BipolarDisorder #Health #Wellness #MentalHealthAwareness #Life #Support #Anxiety #Depression #Advocate #Education #Stigma #Suicide #BPD #OCD #MentalHealthAdvocate #schizophrenia
If you had a cold or the flu, youโ€™d likely need to stay home and rest โ€” and no one would call you "weak" for getting the flu. In fact, people would prefer you to stay inside to keep from getting others sick. Mental health rarely gets the same respect. Instead, people are told to โ€œget over itโ€ when theyโ€™re struggling with anxiety, depression, or similar issues. But mental health is part of your overall health. If you donโ€™t proactively address it, you wonโ€™t be able to perform at your best. Just like electronic devices need recharging, it's important to take time to charge your own batteries. A little alone time or an opportunity to practice some self-care can help you perform better. Also, take a day when you need to attend appointments to care for your mental health. Whether you need to see your doctor to get your medication adjusted or you need to schedule an appointment with your therapist, taking a day off to address your mental health needs is instrumental in helping you be at your best. Mental health is a continuum, and we all likely have room for improvement. Taking a mental health day every once in a while could help you build mental strength and improve your mental health. TAKE A DAY! โœ…๐Ÿ’š #MentalHealthMonday #MentalIllness #MentalHealthMatters #BlackManBipolar #Awareness #BreakTheStigma #HealthyLivingBipolar #MentalHealth #EndTheStigma #BipolarDisorder #Health #Wellness #MentalHealthAwareness #Life #Support #Anxiety #Depression #Advocate #Education #Stigma #Suicide #BPD #OCD #MentalHealthAdvocate #schizophrenia
When someone shares their story, you need to understand something โ€“ itโ€™s not just about them. Itโ€™s not something you do because you had a free afternoon and just casually felt like it. Letting people in on the uncomfortable details of my life is not ideal. However, it is necessary. It is necessary for people to understand how mental illness affects my everyday life. It is necessary that people understand how, at times, it has made me question my self-worth and purpose. It is necessary that people understand how anxiety and depression affects friendships and relationships. It is necessary that you know and understand what a bad day is versus a good day in the life of someone with a mental illness. It is necessary that you understand how at times I feel as though I exhaust people by simply existing. It is necessary that you know Iโ€™m (as well as others are) still fighting all of it. It is necessary that you know there is hope. It is necessary you know you are not alone. Every time I sit down to write, my focus is on how I can add my story to the larger narrative to move it forward to help people. I feel an obligation to promote understanding and acceptance. Together we can work to remove the stigma.โœ… ๐Ÿ’š #MentalHealthMonday #MentalIllness #MentalHealthMatters #BlackManBipolar #Awareness #BreakTheStigma #HealthyLivingBipolar #MentalHealth #EndTheStigma #BipolarDisorder #Health #Wellness #MentalHealthAwareness #Life #Support #Education #Stigma #Suicide #BPD #OCD #MentalHealthAdvocate #Anxiety #Depression #Attention
Many people experiencing a mental health problem will choose to confide in friends and family before they speak to a health professional. Simply giving someone the space to talk can take a weight off their shoulders, and help make them feel better. This means giving them uninterrupted time to talk about their concerns. Active listening involves really trying to understand what the other person is saying, without imposing any of your own expectations or judgements. In discussing mental health, many times our focus is on talking and how important it is to speak out and ask for help. While this is vital, sometimes we forget how important listening is. We must also focus on the importance of listening, and how having good listening skills, as well as being able to talk about mental health can really support someone who is going through a difficult time. Donโ€™t underestimate the power of simply listening to someone and allowing them to be heard. It might sound simple, and youโ€™re right it is! But sometimes the simplest things can become the hardest to put into practice, yet the most valuable.๐Ÿ‘‚๐Ÿฝ๐Ÿ’š #MentalHealthMonday #MentalIllness #MentalHealthMatters #BlackManBipolar #Awareness #BreakTheStigma #HealthyLivingBipolar #MentalHealth #EndTheStigma #BipolarDisorder #Health #Wellness #MentalHealthAwareness #Life #Support #Education #Stigma #Depression #Suicide #BPD #OCD #talk #listen #MentalHealthAdvocate
There are a lot of men who struggle silently with mental health issues without bringing them to anybodyโ€™s attention. According to studies, the prevalence of mental illness is higher among women than men (6 percent of American women have a serious mental illness, compared with 3 percent of men) but because of the stigma; that is due to the large underreporting of mental illness in men. Looking at the degree of underreporting, there is little dispute mental illness is a major issue for men as well as women. For example, suicide is far more common among men. Around 90% of people who die by suicide have risk factors such as mental or substance-abuse disorders. 78% are by men. Psychotherapy traditionally has been used more with women than men, largely because men tend to hesitate to talk to mental-health professionals. It is more common for women to talk about relationship and interpersonal issues. The high rate of male suicide points to a concern that men are less willing to seek counseling than women. Experts agree that it is likely to be a combination of factors, from society's expectation of 'men' to a desire to solve one's own problems. Mental health initiatives and advocates have looked to change the stigma surrounding mental health and particularly the stigma of asking for support. The truth is, all of us need the support of others at some point in our lives - regardless of gender. Talking to a professional is a way to take back control. This will help towards establish healthier ways of thinking and devise coping mechanisms. It has been shown to help with many of the key mental health issues experienced by men, including stress, anxiety, addiction and depression. The key is recognizing that you need support and seeking help before these problems get on top of you. โœ…๐Ÿ’š #MentalHealthMonday #MentalIllness #MentalHealthMatters #BlackManBipolar #Awareness #BreakTheStigma #Men #HealthyLivingBipolar #MentalHealth #EndTheStigma #BipolarDisorder #Health #Wellness #Anxiety #Depression #PanicAttacks #MentalHealthAwareness #Life #Support #Education #Stigma #MentalHealthAdvocate #Suicide #Awareness #Counseling
Maia C. Campbellโ€ฆ. I pray that GOD places his arms around you to comfort, strengthen and guide you. I pray that HE enables you to take steps for recovery and bless you with the persistence to persevere in the fight to be free. To give courage and hope to you and your family, drawing yall close together in the power of HIS love, which can transform the living. โ€œThose who love you are not fooled by mistakes you have made or dark images you hold about yourself. They remember your beauty when you feel ugly; your wholeness when you are broken; your innocence when you feel guilty; and your purpose when you are confused.โ€ I refused to share/repost the video of Maia at her worst. I chose this video because it showed a part of what seemed like a step towards admittance, acceptance, and understanding of her life's choices and paths. And although Iyanla's approach can be brash at times, I appreciate her for she doesnโ€™t try to control people but she get individuals to admit the root of the issue. Most people have a long story as to why they do what they do but there is a truth and fact as to what it is. When you get people to admit and speak on what it actually is; they can begin to heal. She stirs them so they can face the issue head-on. Bipolar disorder is a lifelong condition. It runs an unpredictable course of ups and downs. When left untreated, these ups and downs can be devastating. The recurring manic and depressive episodes that characterize the disease make it difficult to lead a stable, productive life. Successful treatment of bipolar disorder depends on a combination of factors. Medication alone is not enough. In order to get the most out of treatment, it's important to educate yourself about the illness, communicate with your doctors and therapists, have a strong support system, and help yourself by making healthy lifestyle choices. I pray that Maia finds the help and the love that she needs. My heart truly goes out to her. ๐Ÿ™๐Ÿพ๐Ÿ’š
This has to be one of the worst things to say to a person with bipolar disorder. Itโ€™s so unbelievably dismissive and invalidating of a medical illness that I can barely fathom it. My response to this statement is โ€œNO.โ€ a thousand times no. Seriously. To suggest that everyone is a little bit bipolar shows an absolute ignorance of bipolar disorder and of mental illness in general. People have a notion that being bipolar is about being โ€œhappyโ€ and โ€œsadโ€ and about having โ€œmood swings.โ€ Yeah. Comparing bipolar moods to โ€œhappyโ€ and โ€œsadโ€ is like comparing a sun to a flickering candle. So people make the outrageous assumption that because some people are moody, because some people really are, happy and sad at intervals, these people are somehow a little bipolar. Depression is not โ€œsadness.โ€ Sadness is when you break up with your significant other โ€“ real and normal โ€“ depression is about destroying everything in your life including your will to breathe. Itโ€™s about painful, physical symptoms along with a persistent psychological reality that can drive people to death. And mania (or hypomania) is not โ€œhappiness.โ€ Mania is a state of such grand mood that it endangers the life of the person experiencing it or those around them. It destroys judgement and can induce psychosis. In addition, happiness can be the furthest thing from a personโ€™s mind if they find irritability to be the major feature where other people simply breathing air ticks you right off. So, are people a little bit suicidal? Are people a little bit psychotic? No, theyโ€™re not. Theyโ€™re normal people have normal experiences that vary within a normal range at normal intervals. Variance is normal. Illness is not. What it says to someone with Bipolar is that bipolar isnโ€™t real. It says bipolar isnโ€™t that bad. It says that bipolar isnโ€™t a serious illness. Tell the families of all the people who have died from it. Bipolar is real and serious. So letโ€™s stop comparing and educate ourselves and others on the seriousness of this and other mental health issues. โ€œI guess our work fighting stigma isn't done yet" โœ…๐Ÿ’š
It's often said that depression results from a chemical imbalance, but that alone doesn't capture how complex the disease is. Research suggests that depression doesn't spring from simply having too much or too little of certain brain chemicals. Rather, there are many possible causes of depression, including faulty mood regulation by the brain, genetic vulnerability, stressful life events, medications, and medical problems. It's believed that several of these forces interact to bring on depression. To be sure, chemicals are involved in this process, but it is not a simple matter of one chemical being too low and another too high. Rather, many chemicals are involved, working both inside and outside nerve cells. There are millions, even billions, of chemical reactions that make up the dynamic system that is responsible for your mood, perceptions, and how you experience life. With this level of complexity, you can see how two people might have similar symptoms of depression, but the problem on the inside, and therefore what treatments will work best, may be entirely different. โœ…๐Ÿ’š #MentalHealthMonday #MentalIllness #MentalHealthMatters #BlackManBipolar #Awareness #BreakTheStigma #HealthyLivingBipolar #MentalHealth #EndTheStigma #BipolarDisorder #Health #Wellness #MentalHealthAwareness #Life #Support #Education #Stigma #Depression #TheMoreYouKnow
Like many relationships, dating someone with a mental illness can be challenging. A common mistake many people make when entering a relationship with someone with a mental illness is they want to fix them. You cannot fix someone with a mental illness, as a relationship doesnโ€™t cure a mental illness. If you get into the relationship thinking you can save them from themselves, you may find yourself putting in so much effort to try to make them happy and get disappointed when they arenโ€™t. Although mental illness affects the brain, people with mental illness are people first. They have interests, strengths, and weaknesses, and arenโ€™t defined solely by their illness. Trust your partner first and foremost, both about themselves and about their mental health. Different people with the same mental illness may have different needs, and almost certainly have some different experiences. Understanding, respect and healthy boundaries are important in relationships. I always advocate for straightforward discussions about these things, but itโ€™s particularly vital for a healthy relationship when one person (or both) has mental illness. While mental illness can make relationships tough, everyone comes into a relationship with some sort of baggage. Any relationship is difficult, but with someone with a mental illness, you have to be more careful, but it can work out. If you communicate well with your partner and do your part to learn about mental illness, respect your partner, and establish boundaries, mental illness alone does not need to be a deal breaker in your relationship. ๐Ÿ’šโœ… #MentalHealthMonday #MentalIllness #MentalHealthMatters #BlackManBipolar #Awareness #BreakTheStigma #HealthyLivingBipolar #MentalHealth #EndTheStigma #BipolarDisorder #Health #Wellness #MentalHealthAwareness #Life #Support #Education #Stigma #Dating #Tips #Mondays
I've had to do this a few times lately and it can get frustrating when people give you a hard time and don't understand the "why" behind your exits. It may not be "polite" to you, but it's necessary for me and my health.๐Ÿšถ๐Ÿพ๐Ÿ’š < < < #MentalHealthMonday #MentalIllness #MentalHealthMatters #BlackManBipolar #Awareness #BreakTheStigma #HealthyLivingBipolar #MentalHealth #EndTheStigma #BipolarDisorder #Health #Wellness #MentalHealthAwareness #Life #Support #Education #Stigma
As spring break comes to an end for many, and finals/standardized testing is on its way, please keep this in mind. The vast majority of youth and young adults who are dealing with depression do not receive appropriate or any treatment. 1 in 12 U.S. students make a suicide plan and nearly 4,000 students age 15-24 die by suicide each year in the United States. The suicide rate peaks among young adults and students. As a parent, you must monitor and nurture your childโ€™s mental health. Grades/scores are important, but not as important as their mental health. โœ…๐Ÿ’š #MentalHealthMonday #MentalIllness #MentalHealthMatters #BlackManBipolar #Awareness #BreakTheStigma #Suicide #Depression #HealthyLivingBipolar #MentalHealth #KeepTalkingAboutMentalHealth