For example: ADHD, PST, Manic Depression, Depression, Social Anxiety, Aspergers
And many others.
Could you do it? why or why not?
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Yes to all of them as long as they are under some sort of treatment and take their meds. I know how tough it is to be judged on having a mental disorder and it sucks that people forget that meds take away a lot of the symptoms. Well at least for me it did. People say I act more normal than most other people who don't have a disorder.
FYI I have Bipolar I Disorder and with meds I'm absolutely fine. Yes I get sad sometimes, I'm not a superhuman and all humans get sad but I don't fall in major depression for months. It's really sad how people judge others with mental disorders especially with Bipolar. I blame media and people who diagnosed themselves with it as the troublemakers because so many claim to have Bipolar but their behavior and what they describe is nothing even close to Bipolar. For example people for some reason think they're bipolar if they like something one minute and then hate it the next or if they get mood swings during the day they'll say they're bipolar. It's not bipolar. It's being a human being. Stigmas like that are why people with bipolar have a bad rep, it's because people diagnose themselves with mental disorders and don't follow the right procedure before officially saying the have this or that disorder.
Sorry I just felt like this should be said :)2