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A dive into the dark world of bipolar disorder

Sandra Cohen sits at the sunlit, window-framed table in her home study in Denver. Despite imminent blizzard warnings, she cherishes the moment. “Today’s a good day,” she smiles. What sounds like a nod to nice weather sums up one day in the life of a decades long, recurring mental illness. Cohen has bipolar disorder, a […]
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Andrea Jacobs

IJN Senior Writer | andrea@ijn.com

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