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Chatting with clams... (or hiding in the light...)
The mentally ill commit crimes on television that diabetics do not. Think. Has an episode of Law and Order ever focused, front and center, on a defendant's irritable bowel syndrome? Or has a raging sinus infection ever been a mitigating factor?
Nope and nope....
Bipolar Disorder is not an identity, or an excuse or a reason to feel sorry for me, it is a chronic illness. And I'm a person. Not an illness with a person hanging off of it. It hurts me in a way I can't express that I can pick a random police drama and, with reasonable certainty, see someone with the same diagnosis on trial for a heinous crime because.... apparently.... the mentally ill commit crimes on TV that people with carpel tunnel syndrome do not.
The portrayal of mental illness in the media is endless generalizations; generalization upon generalization upon generalization... Until any kernel of truth is lost.
We see creepy, scary folks that eat bugs. The homeless. The stalkers. The people who pee in doorways while reciting the Gettysburg address and make you want to take another way home. (And yes, I want to walk home another way, too.) There are also those that are news worthy when they run naked at major sporting events.. And the movies with fun-loving inpatients who your kids would love to hang with...
I don't know what's worse; stigma or sideshow over-fascination... although I lean towards stigma. Sideshow over-fascination is at least socially acceptable and usually Oscar worthy. Despite the media's portrayal, we are not all bug-eating doorway peeing naked streakers or hopelessly hip inpatients. There is a middle ground to live with bipolar disorder and most of us are there; boring as hell.
Stigma is about shame. Stigma can only go on in the dark so I try to answer questions people ask me:
"It's called Bipolar Disorder, rapid cycling with mixed episodes. Uh-huh. That is a mouthful. Yes, I've hallucinated. No, not often. It's been years, I think.... The funniest one? Well-It's hard to classify the psychotic as amusing but I suppose the funniest one was when the linguine with clam sauce was talking. It did too! No, I swear. Well. What it was saying is a hard one. No matter how close I moved my ear to the plate I still couldn't tell what they were saying. I ultimately decided the clams weren't talking to me but amongst themselves."
I am willing to talk openly about my meds:
"There are a lot of drugs. Mood stabilizers like anti-consultants that epileptics use. (I feel on safe ground here because a drug used for epilepsy doesn't pack the drooling-stigma-punch of Thorazine.) There are drugs for depression. Oh, and the anti-anxiety drugs, the sleeping pills and anti-psychotics are used (The last one can be a bit tricky. While people say they want information, I lose a lot of folks on anti-psychotics.)"
The drug side effects:
"Some make me tired. Confused. Liver failure. Acne. Hair loss, except of course on your chin. Where it grows. Weight gain. No, this one didn't make me gain weight but I gained 80 pounds on a different one. Yes, that was a lot of weight. No, your right. Haven't lost it all."
When people ask if I see and hear things "like TV crazy-people do," maybe they don't want to know. "I'm just like you, silly! No one really has those kinds of thoughts." Well, no one they know. No one with a son in their kid's school. No one behind them in the 10 items or less grocery aisle...Or shops for shampoo at the same drugstore. Or waits on line behind them at the ATM.
I hope that being open and comfortable about myself will lessen stigma over time even if it makes my world a little uncomfortable for a moment or two. Or nine. Granted, copping to hearing clams speak amongst themselves isn't something most people are ready for but most people aren't ready to change their minds about anything without a little push.
About ten years ago, I went to a seminar with a speaker who couldn't make a strong point without swearing. And he made a lot of points. After about an hour, a proper-looking woman got up and said she wasn't accustomed to hearing that kind of language. The speaker bolted to within an inch of her face and let loose a string of expletives with ferocity unequaled to anything since the big bang. The audience held its collective breath and after a minute, the speaker screamed at the now pale woman, "Are you f-ing accustomed to it yet?"
It was a point well taken, with me anyway. People live at their own comfort level until they are challenged. Being that in your face does have a place but it isn't usually necessary. Just living visibly in the bipolar middle ground can be enough. Even if people seem a bit queasy at first about talking shellfish, perhaps living openly will widen the middle ground and give me a bigger place to live over time.
The Face of American Enterprise: Closed - M310 hi95
The Face of American Enterprise: I found this photo ironic... and perhaps iconic.
Reader's Digest Condensed Books atop the Alli Diet Plan. The old atop the new. A pill designed to assist weight loss efforts by eliminating (no pun intended) your body's absorption of dietary fat. However... what you may not be aware of (if you're not a healthcare clinician, as I am) is that Vitamins A, D, E and K are the FAT SOLUBLE vitamins. In other words, fat is REQUIRED to absorb them. Vitamin A is essential to sight, Vitamin D is essential for strong bones and teeth, and Vitamin K is necessary for proper blood coagulation.
Now... do you REALLY think that taking some OTC (Over The Counter) pill - "approved" by the FDA as it is - that interferes with that process is actually GOOD for you, or has NO serious or deleterious effects?
In a bit more forthright fashion... Alli is well known to produce diarrhea.
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