Continuing Conversation #2

Continuing Conversation #2

Review by Michael Comer
May 9, 2016 – Class at Bipolar Insights / Mental Health Educational Center

Marcia wrote on the white board “Conversation.” This is the third class teaching us how to have a conversation. Everyone was anxious to continue. We knew if we could not talk to each other, that our relationships would break down. Click to read …

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Continuing Conversation

Continuing Conversation

Review by Michael Comer
May 2, 2016 – Class at Bipolar Insights / Mental Health Educational Center

Why is it hard to talk to a person that has a mental health issue? People are afraid to say the wrong thing or afraid what the other person will think once they say something. Sometimes, people don’t know what to say because they’re uncomfortable and unsure. Click to read …

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Creating Conversation

Creating Conversation

Review by Michael Comer
April 25, 2016 – Class at Bipolar Insights / Mental Health Educational Center

What is a conversation? Conversation takes more than one person and can be defined as talking, communicating, providing instructions, giving feedback, or healing. Ultimately, conversations is sharing and listening. You can’t have a conversation with someone and not share. Click to read …

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Facing Failure

Facing Failure

Review by Michael Comer
April 18, 2016 – Class at Bipolar Insights / Mental Health Educational Center

As the class was about to begin, we all looked to the white board with anticipation as each week, Marcia writes one word, a word to stimulate our thought process. This day Marcia wrote, “Failure.” Click to read …

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Responsibility

Responsibility

Review by Michael Comer
April 11, 2016 – Class at Bipolar Insights / Mental Health Educational Center

Marcia walks to the white board and writes “R” – we all begin to guess the word, the tension grows and then in a moment it is completed – “RESPONSIBILITY.” And, again the sigh. Click to read …

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Truth

Truth

Review by Michael Comer
April 4, 2016 – Class at Bipolar Insights / Mental Health Educational Center

When Marcia wrote on the white board “Truth,” you could hear a sigh through the room. We immediately felt we would have to look at our own failures and address acceptance about mental illness. Click to read …

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