I am an intern at the International Bipolar Foundation. I spend a few hours a week at the office finding articles, writers, resources, etc. that I believe are beneficial to educating the public on bipolar disorder and also offer hope and understanding. I offer pieces on how to fight the stigma on mental health- suggestions such as, "be brave and tell your story" or "speak to your employer about your mental health needs"... so on and so forth. I spend hours looking for material that is able to represent all facets of bipolar disorder and is relatable to a multitude of people.
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Aubrey Good serves as the Digital Content Manager at International Bipolar Foundation. As a young teen, Aubrey was misdiagnosed with depression and placed on antidepressants that induced mania. She was later diagnosed with rapid-cycling bipolar 2 disorder. Since then, she has been on a long, sometimes difficult, but always interesting journey toward mental wellness. She is a passionate advocate for treating the patient first, diagnosis second and prefers integrative health approaches to manage her mental health.