ISDB along with the Asian Network of Bipolar Disorder (ANDB) and the International Bipolar Foundation (IBPF) celebrates 30th March as the World Bipolar Day by initiating worldwide awareness.
World Bipolar Day provides an opportunity for the world to know about the disease better and through international collaboration, the World Bipolar Day provides a platform for open discussion, global education and increased sensitivity regarding bipolar disorder.
Recognition of the World Bipolar Day provides a chance for people with bipolar disorder to connect with others suffering from the same disease and access valuable relationships and resources that might improve their condition and make their lives better with the help of treatment.
World Bipolar Day Best Messages, Quotes and Greetings
_It is important that the world learns more about the disease and understands the patients better. Happy World Bipolar Day!
_It is important to fight the stigma that people tend to associate mental illness with and that is possible only by educating the people. Happy World Bipolar Day!
_It is important to help people who have bipolar disorder and be sensitive to them. Happy World Bipolar Day!
_The thirtieth of March is a day we look forward to every year because it brings new opportunities to help the people who have it. Happy World Bipolar Day!
_Let us spread awareness and sensitize bipolar disorder. Happy World Bipolar Day!
_It is not easy to educate people about bipolar disorder but we have to keep trying. Happy World Bipolar Day!
_Instead of shying away, we should seek medical help and look for a proper treatment plan to help the people who have bipolar disorder. Happy World Bipolar Day!
_It is not easy to understand how bipolar disorder can affect lives because it not an easy disease. So be kind and Happy World Bipolar Day!
_Here’s to praying that every patient of bipolar disorder get the proper treatment they need. Happy World Bipolar Day!
_In Canberra, people blow bubbles to represent the emotions the people suffering from bipolar disorder feel. Happy World Bipolar Day!
_We still have to go a long way to educate people about this disease. Good luck and wishing everyone a Happy World Bipolar Day!
_Let us come together and organize campaigns to spread awareness about this. Happy World Bipolar Day!
_There is nothing worse than social stigma related to a disease. Wishing all the patients a healthy life and Happy World Bipolar Day!
_It is the duty of the educated people to explain the graveness of the disease to the others. Happy World Bipolar Day!
_This is a very important day as it brings the latest developments out on the table and provides support to the patients and their families. Happy World Bipolar Day!
_It is vital to show support to people with bipolar disorder and their families and ensure them of our love and support. Happy World Bipolar Day!
_There are people out there who need help and this day provides a lot of encouragement to all the people related to the world of bipolarism. Happy World Bipolar Day!
_We have loved ones suffering and then we have neighbors talking behind our backs about it.
Let us end the back-talks and wish everyone a Happy World Bipolar Day!
_This day reminds us to strengthen ourselves and reach out to the patients. Happy World Bipolar Day!
_The world needs more kindness and the 30th of March is another day to remind us of that. Happy World Bipolar Day!
_The world will be better place when people can accept that mental illnesses are normal and there is nothing wrong with seeking help for that. Here’s to hoping for a fairer world and wishing a very Happy World Bipolar Day!
_Join communities and groups and through online and on-field participation you can help fight misconceptions and lift the stigma surrounding bipolarism. Happy World Bipolar Day!
_Do not ignore the signs that might suggest that your friend or colleague might need help. Here’s to spreading awareness and wishing a Happy World Bipolar Day!
_Let us devote our time to helping those in need. Happy World Bipolar Day!
_The biggest mountain to climb is to make the world see mental health is as important as physical health. Happy World Bipolar Day!
_People with bipolar disorder are as beautiful as everyone else and their disease does not provide a reason for them to be looked down on. Happy World Bipolar Day!
_There are many challenges in the world and one of them is to educate those people who already think that they know it all. Here’s to fighting these challenges and wishing everyone a very Happy World Bipolar Day!
_Life is a battleground where you have to fight numerous battles. Do not give up. Happy World Bipolar Day!
_The world is a beautiful place because you exist. We love you and are always by your side. Happy World Bipolar Day!
_Nothing makes us happier to see you smile and nothing, not even bipolarity can take your smile away from you. You are strong and inspiring. Happy World Bipolar Day!
_The people who think bipolar disorder is a joke should be ashamed of themselves. Here’s to educating the world. Happy World Bipolar Day!
_This one day of the year brings a ray of hope that is strong enough to last the whole year. We thank you for celebrating the 30th of March. Happy World Bipolar Day!
_If you want to help the people and educate the society you can always volunteer in campaigns on the thirtieth of March. Happy World Bipolar Day!
_As a primary school teacher, I always make sure that my students are happy and kind to one another and I think giving kids a healthy environment to grow up n can reduce the risk of bipolarity in them. Happy World Bipolar Day!
_It is the society that needs more help than the patients because they often fail to understand how easy it is for a mind to fall sick and how it must not be ignored and be treated just like physical illness. Here’s to wishing for a better world! Happy World Bipolar Day!
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