People with disabilities are finding empowerment from Instagram communities


When I search for “bipolar mother” on Google Images, I find a
lot of women with their heads in their hands, their crying children
in the corner. These images actually understate the broader stigma
of being a bipolar mother — the stories that I hear daily
about interactions between mothers and their families are
disheartening. As a bipolar pregnant woman, I was terrified that my
first psychiatrist was right when he told me I should never allow
myself to get pregnant; he said I might kill my baby. When empathy
and understanding are not part of our daily life, we suffer. But
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People with disabilities are finding empowerment from Instagram communities