I am an intern at the International Bipolar Foundation. I spend a few hours a week at the office finding articles, writers, resources, etc. that I believe are beneficial to educating the public on bipolar disorder and also offer hope and understanding. I offer pieces on how to fight the stigma on mental health- suggestions such as, "be brave and tell your story" or "speak to your employer about your mental health needs"... so on and so forth. I spend hours looking for material that is able to represent all facets of bipolar disorder and is relatable to a multitude of people.
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A native of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Aubrey Good has a deep love for Philadelphia sports, Italian food, books, and history. She is now living in San Diego, California with her husband and emotional support dog, Roo. After five years in the Army Reserves, Aubrey was medically retired due to a spine injury. Previous to this injury, she had been misdiagnosed as a young teenager with depression. Subsequent events resulting in reckless behavior, the injury, and other personal struggles led her to being diagnosed with rapid-cycling bipolar disorder at 18 years old.