Breaking The Silence of Stigma: Mrs. Bipolarity

If you don’t know me well enough by now (or you’re just getting to know me) here’s your chance to delve into my bipolarity even more. The amazing blogger over at Bipolar for Life interviewed me for her weekly Breaking the Silence of Stigma series. She’s become a blogging friend and an excellent supporter of Mrs Bipolarity. I’d love for you to check it out!

Bipolar For Life

Laura SQ

After a long hiatus, our weekly Wednesday interviews are back!

Today’s edition of Breaking The Silence of Stigma features Laura SQ, also known as Mrs. Bipolarity.  Laura is a passionate campaigner against the stigma attached to mental illness.  She’s an active Mental Health blogger, a mom, and a driving force in the anti-stigma campaign, Faces of Mental Illness.  For more information and to participate in the campaign, please feel free to contact Laura SQ or myself.

So without further ado, let’s launch into our interview:

BSS: How long have you known that you are living with a mental illness?

LSQ: I’ve been dealing with it for about fifteen years.  However, I was diagnosed with bipolar disorder in 2002, when I was nineteen years old, just a few months before my twentieth birthday.  Looking back, I was REALLY struggling, starting about the age of sixteen-ish or seventeen years old though.


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4 responses to “Breaking The Silence of Stigma: Mrs. Bipolarity

  1. Silvia Sanchez

    I have been reading more about your blog and I love it.

    Date: Wed, 16 Oct 2013 12:00:07 +0000 To:

  2. Paul Gahm

    Mrs Bi, Just reading my emails. Great interview! I am very proud of you. Oh, and your picture is absolutely stunning. You are beautiful inside and out! I love you! Poppi PS. Can’t wait to see your next interview today. What is his name?

    Sent from my iPhone

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