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    Sinclair Ceasar
    Mental Health Speaker. Writer. I help Black men unlearn shame around mental illness so they can live fuller lives.
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    Which area of your life does your bipolar impact the most?

    From employment to body image, dating to maintaining personal relationships, we know bipolar symptoms can affect life in many different ways (both good and bad).

    What area of your life has been most negatively impacted by your bipolar? What area has been most positively impacted? Share with us in the comments below. ⬇️

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    How did you get your diagnosis?

    If you're not comfortable don't share but if you want.

    I got diagnosed with an affective disorder at 8 years old. Doctor my mom both said it was bipolar and then I got my official diagnosis at 31 after a major breakdown.

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