Letter to Someone Recently Diagnosed With Bipolar Disorder
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Letter to Someone Recently Diagnosed With Bipolar Disorder

The diagnosis of bipolar disorder can be terrifying. Charita Cole Brown pens a consoling letter to the newly diagnosed that there is hope and adventure with bipolar disorder.

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