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Tune in as I discuss the importance of not labeling yourself or others, but instead use People First Language when discussing your own or someone else’s mental health status. I hope that you not only take away valuable information from this episode, but that you’ll also be inspired to break away from any labels that you or someone else has placed upon you.
- I’ve got the link ready so that you can read the full article I found on The Office of Disability Rights government website that further discusses People First Language.
- And here’s the link to the article by Disability-Benefits-Help.org that defines what qualifications those with bipolar disorder would need to meet in order to be considered disabled.
- Here is the link to the book I referenced in this episode, From Supervisor to Super Leader: How to Break Free from Stress and Build a Thriving Team that Gets Results by Shanda K. Miller
- Dude, you should definitely send in your “what a weirdo” habits! Click here to submit them anonymously through the awesome What A Weirdo form that I created just for you! You can also read more about the What A Weirdo Segment before submitting your own!
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Until next time friends… Take it easy, stay grateful and be joyful!
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