E-Mauls and E-Mails

My dog is more human than you.

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Thanks for posting this complete piece of crap blog entry. Your shit efforts to spread misinformation demonizing ill people will undoubtedly be rewarded. Perhaps the most severe bipolar cases present similar problems, but their presentation in a geriatric setting makes it almost impossible to ascribe exclusively to bipolar disorder. Read up about bipolar disorder. You will discover at millions of people live and function well with the illness as long as they receive proper medical treatment and their families are loving and affectionate and their husbands, wives and children are made better  by having a bipolar person in their lives. You will also discover that, even when it is not treated properly, many people do not have the type of bolar disorder that causes them to act batshiat crazy. But bipolar disorder has become a popular derogatory label to slap on anyone with mental problems, and once that label is applied it is a signal to too many that the person so tagged is free target for derision and mockery.

You don’t know anything about bipolar disorder. You are a discriminator who lumps all problem under the label bipolar without any proper knowledge of what it means or any experience of any kind. But just label the host of geriatric difficulties “bipolar” and you’re free to proclaim that it’s perfectly fine to throw the sufferer away as a nuisance who doesn’t need to be tolerated. How do YOU know your parent is bipolar? Prove it. Yet, if that same elderly person was described as having dementia, the author would be tarred and feathered for advancing this hateful bullshiat.

The asshole shite fucker who wrote this don’t have a clue about bipolar disorder. More importantly, the article encourages people to write off elderly people who are suffering from geriatric mental illnesses that manifest themselves in a ton of ways that may resemble UNMEDICATED bipolar disorder but are actually caused by other problems, like dementia. But just LABEL the host of geriatric difficulties “bipolar” and you’re free to proclaim that it’s perfectly fine to throw the sufferer away as a nuisance who doesn’t need to be tolerated. Yet, if that same elderly person was described as having dementia, the author would be tarred and feathered for advancing this hateful bullshit. Fact: you don’t respect bipolar like a lot of people who are uncaring and, let’s call a spade a spade, and selfish and horrible.  This articles sucks, you should be ashamed.. it leaves the taste of blood in my mouth and not a lot of things get me and being mean to people who have legit mental issues is one of them. go sit in a corner. This fucker blog is completely irresponsible both in what he writes about bipolar disorder and what he writes about someone with geriatric illness. You have to understand the reality of bipolar and you clearly don’t have even the slightest experience with anyone who has bipolar. You are shit. You  are shit. You probably just heard the word on the radio and use it without bothering to find out its medical, emotional, psychological and spiritual definitions Bipolar disorder covers a HUGE spectrum of behavior and, if treated properly, can be well-managed. But it is a popular buzz word disorder that people generally don’t understand very well. You don’t even consider what happens on the romantic side–I have had relationships end because of my symptoms.  I understand.

So many people think someone with bipolar disorder is batshait crazy. So many people think someone who is crazy must be bipolar. The misinformation and disinformation about the illness is massive. Mistaken bipolar diagnoses are very common. Even if they are, so what? Bipolar people are creative and that’s a scientific fact PROVEN. What makes you an expert about bipolar disorder when you clearly and provenly have zero knowledge about it or experience of anyone who has it. Anyone can see that. What the blog author wrote is disgusting. A geriatric suffering from mental illness is usually very vulnerable and in need of protection and care and as a family member you are OBLIGATED to provide it, no matter what, ALWAYS. The issues complained of in the blog–constant phone calls, inability to manage affairs, inability to follow doctor’s orders–are not hallmarks of all or even most bipolar disorders. Nor are they are common attributes of dementia or anything. Your mom calls you. So what. Evne if it’s 1000 times a day you should answer always. You make things up. Stephen Fry is bipolar do you hate Stephen Fry? Would you say that to his face?

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I find the articles spot-on, at least as far as my wife’s grandmother is concerned. I don’t know if she’s bi-polar or just crazy, but all the symptoms and behavior in the article are exactly what my wife and her parents deal with as a result of her grandmother’s behaviour. So maybe take out the “bi-polar” and just say “old and crazy”.

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I am bipolar and my family loves me very much and they have been enriched by my experiences. I showed my husband your blog and he laughed. Maybe you should just collect articles and links and keep your advice to yourself. ManicDepression is a challenge but it provides me a gift of unique insight. It is simply a health issue and really there is noone who is manic depressive who wants to do harm so there’s no harm done. All that is needed is love and compassion. I want to be at peace with my family.

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If you are ever in Adelaide, I will buy you a beer. Thanks for writing this. Maybe a links section would be good.

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You are a horrible fuckshitman.

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I am a social worker for youth protection services and read your recent blog text. [LINK] As you may imagine, my feelings were mixed. Social workers are under a lot of pressure from our teams, administration, officials, professional standards, our clients and the public. As a sole caregiver, you have my sympathies and I am certain that your experiences with social agencies are true from your perspective. Reading your entries, I see you’ve been struggling with caregiving for some time. You are clearly angry and trying to remain productive and useful to your family and parents, whom I have no doubt you love very much. This has made you stronger as a person, despite the travails and tears.Please review my comments on your various texts in the attached PDF.

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A tool for your caregiving toolbox should be spirituality. You may be surprised at how helpful faith is in carrying our heavy loads. Make time to pray, meditate or practice spiritual practices to nurture yourself. Reconnect or establish a connection with a religious community or group. Even when you have lost faith, this can turn out to be a great comfort. We are all born with faith and know instinctively its comforts. Have a blessed day.

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