Shame And Secrecy Surrounding Bipolar Disorder And Other Mental Illnesses By Bonnie Berman, Richard Ives & Paul Leary • Aug 5, 2014 ShareTwitter Facebook Google+ Email View Slideshow 1 of 3 Creative Commons of Charles Bell's Anatomy of the Brain, c. 1802 / Flickr user Shaheen Lakhan View Slideshow 2 of 3 Why Did She Jump: My Daughter’s Battle with Bipolar Disorder www.joanechilds.com View Slideshow 3 of 3 Joan E. Childs twitter.com/joanechildslcsw Listen Listening... / 49:14 08/05/14 - Tuesday’s Topical Currents delves into a mother’s heart-wrenching story of her daughter’s suicide…her unimaginable and all-consuming grief, her guilt, and her struggle to find peace. Joan E. Childs, a psychotherapist herself, has written Why Did She Jump: My Daughter’s Battle with Bipolar Disorder. It’s an intimate and uncompromising account of the tragedy and lifts the veil of shame and secrecy surrounding bipolar disorder and other mental illnesses. Please join us for Topical Currents, Tuesday at 1pm. www.joanechilds.com Related Programs: Topical CurrentsTopical Currents on Xtra HDTags: Radiobipolarmental healthsuicide Related Content Florida First In Medicaid Coverage For Mentally Ill 2 years ago Why A New Gun Bill Ticks Off Mental Health Advocates 3 years ago What Hospitals Won’t Tell You with Johns Hopkins Surgeon/Professor Dr. Marty Makary 2 years ago Inside Miami Spice 2014 2 years ago The Other Side of Paradise: Life In The New Cuba 2 years ago Summer Sun Safety With Pediatric Dermatologist Dr. Ana Duarte 2 years ago View the discussion thread.