Natasha reflects on the relationship she had with the psychiatrist who prescribed the medication regime that led to her living a productive life.
Just Once, God, Just Once
Natasha reflects on how her life has changed for the better over time.
Eleven Questions – Jacob
This is Eleven Questions. You do not have to have a diagnosis to participate. You speak. We listen. We learn.
Eleven Questions – Natasha
Eleven Questions – You do not have to have a diagnosis to participate. You speak. We listen. We learn.
What does being Black have to do with having bipolar disorder?
Black Bipolar Female restarts with Natasha taking ownership of her story while still working towards figuring out how to manage how people see her and how she sees herself in spite of things she cannot change.
Aunt Sia reflects on how her mom inspired her to move forward in life.
Well Known Stranger
Aunt Sia runs into someone she never thought she would see again.
Balance In The Middle
Aunt Sia reflects on her acceptance of her diagnosis.
Aunt Sia has an insightful therapy appointment with a pregnant therapist.
The Beginning of Parole
Aunt Sia’s first day at an out patient clinic in the Bronx.