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Invisible Illness

How to Support a Partner with Mental Illness

Strategies for dealing with a person with mental illness, told by a person with mental illness.

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I have talked at length about my mental illness. I am bipolar, and I am becoming more open about it. My wife, who I talk about periodically, also copes with mental illness. I am not going to expand further, as her life is hers to…

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We don't talk enough about mental health.

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Matthew Maniaci

Matthew Maniaci

Living with and talking about mental illness in an open, honest way to help break down stigma. I was one of those suicidal kids you read about. He/him/his.

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