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Personal Story: Wayne C. Wilson, Austin, TX

Topic: Bipolar Disorder • Title: “Just Me” • 3rd Place Winner in the 2007 DBSA Facing Us Video Contest, Facing Bipolar Disorder

PSA: Bipolar Disorder

Video Credit: Anthony Wyborny, Long Beach, CA • Topic: Bipolar Disorder

PSA: Depression

Video Credit: Anders Holine, Woodbury, MN • Topic: Depression

PSA: Bipolar Disorder

Video Credit: Jacob Ahlers, Iowa State University • Topic: Bipolar Disorder

Personal Story: The Rainbow

Video Credit: John McManamy, Descanso, CA & Sharon Stocks Digiosio, Sedgewickville, MO • Title: “The Rainbow”

Personal Story: The Gift

Video Credit: Roy F. Kirby, Marshfield, MA • Title: “The Gift”

Personal Story: I Am the Face of Recovery

Video Credit: The Western New York Independent Living Project, Buffalo, NY • Title: “I Am the Face of Recovery.”

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Tip Do Something

Do something active. No sitting and staring, thinking about the same things over and over. Making myself do something, get up and do one little thing, then one little thing after that can keep the black hole of depression at bay or totally away because I am at least active. I may only organize drawers but I feel good about it when the task and day is over. I organized the drawers so I feel good about myself. It is really difficult for depression to feed on someone is even slightly proud.

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