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First Time-Door is Open for Family Discussion of Bipolar Disorder
Date:11/25/2009

s Radio, Marc Kullman was given another opportunity to explain that people living with bipolar disorder are no more a problem than any other group found in society as a whole. Kullman concluded by encouraging people to search for lists of people with bipolar disorder on the Internet. One will find an amazing array of people, and find out why, without question, bipolar disorder is called the disease of geniuses.

The National Bipolar Foundation has released this week a Public Service Announcement for television and issued it to over 3000 network affiliate stations across the country. The message of the commercial is, "we can talk about diabetes, cancer, and other illnesses, so why should bipolar disorder be spoken about in a whisper?" As the holidays bring families together across the nation, the commercial is expected to receive tremendous air-time. As stated by Mayor A C Wharton in the press conference last week, "The holidays are a chance to reach out to that family member who doesn't quite fit in, or is having a rough time while all the rest of the family bonds and enjoys the day."

Dr Kennard Brown, Executive Vice-Chancellor and Chief of Staff at the University of Tennessee, Health Science Center, said that, "the National Bipolar Foundation and its new 'Safe 'til Stable' program was a great break-through for people living with bipolar." Dr. Brown went on to say that the National Bipolar Foundation would receive all the support that the medical program could provide, and furthermore, that he would be remiss if he did not fully support and endorse this program. Dr. Brown is now leading a charge that challenges others to donate, and is in discussions with the foundation about possible research.

Brad Champlin, former Senior Vice-President of Region Bank Corp, and co-founder of the National Bipolar Foundation, has been quoted on many occasions as saying what a great asset bipolar people are to a company. If only we could harness the
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