‘Doctor, Heal Thyself! It Takes a Village! What’s In a Name?! I Have No Title, this part needs work…’ By Going to have one Haven’t figured it out yet

Author has been a psychiatrist for almost 20 years, working in acute, inpatient setting. The entire time has had Bipolar II disorder and been managing it.
This has allowed a unique perspective on mental illness – how we classify it (i.e. what the DSM-IV->V feels like in this patient’s opinion), how we treat it on all of the different levels as providers, and how as patients we also have a responsibility for ourselves. I would cove patient secrets that I feel have helped my success in terms of staying healthier and avoiding serious mood episodes. Also, for both doctor and patient, how to have a better conversation in the support short need management time.
In a different text, or in a longer version, it could go on to talk about family and community support needed, educational programs, and even how government funding and legal/penal code changes could vastly change the overall outlook of our current system.
I am a little bit crazy, but i am also usually the smarter person in the room. I have been both most of my life. I have been sitting on this idea for a while, and am only talking about it now bc this website is awesomely anonymous. I have always wanted to help, never saw a way until today.
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