Just as depression is different to ‘feeling sad’, mania is different to ‘feeling good’.
Someone on such a level of fame and power as Kanye West has a responsibility in how he engages in the mental health discourse.
Trauma travels and it permeates
"Oxford is romanticised as a magical rollercoaster of highs and lows. Living with undiagnosed bipolar, I thought I was simply riding those highs and lows alongside everyone else."
If there was a pill that meant you never felt the lows or the highs again, would you take it?
Micha catches up with the artist.
'Madness' doesn't have to be a dirty word.
It was only when I started doing my therapy training in 2010 that I started to follow the thread of maternal disengagement back to my grandmother.
What happens when you're given the wrong diagnostic label?