STIGMA & INCLUSION: Why I Keep My Bipolar Disorder a Secret at Work

Stigma, fear of termination, getting health insurance, gossip—these are just a few of the issues the author, using the pseudonym C.J. Claymon, addresses in an article in The Atlantic about her reasons for keeping her bipolar disorder a secret at work. At age 26, Claymon has a long career ahead of her, working just as many hours as anyone and sometimes more. It takes a toll on her, but she still hides her condition. To view this article, click here.