breakdown of the middle ground.

When is it okay to joke?

In language it’s become sort of common place for people to use serious mental illness terms as adjectives in discussions. However you feel about that, I’m sure you’ve heard it.

Someone refers to a well organized person, as being so OCD. Or joking that a busy multitasker has gone all ADD or something. The term bipolar, has been used so out of its original context as related to a mental diagnose, more or less its good for a laugh to describe a situation.

When is it okay? Is it okay for the sufferer themselves to be lighthearted? Its something they didn’t bring about from their own accord, so is it okay to embrace it for what it is?

On this website we are all about representation for what you are. If you’re biracial-holla! Comfortable bisexual—be proud and open. But are some topics worthy of a limit? Let’s discuss! Theses bipolar people are having some fun with their disorder, and maintaining the position that even though they have this illness— they aren’t the illness.

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