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Each year, Bipolar Awareness Day takes place on the 26th May!
During these difficult times it is important to look after our mental health and use this time to strengthen our coping skills and learn from others to help us cope better every day.
Bipolar Awareness Day is designed to raise awareness around South Africa for Bipolar Disorder and to work to eliminate the stigma that so many still feel in their own homes, workplaces and broader society.

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