The Stigma of Bipolar, Thomas Duncan Bell

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The Bipolar Businessman

In many ways Thomas Duncan Bell is like any other entrepreneur: he runs successful businesses, is driven and ambitious. In his early twenties, however, he was diagnosed with a bipolar disorder, after entering a local police station bleeding, pleading for help. He still occasionally suffers, yet is also directing his rather impressive energy at lifting stigma and creating awareness, especially within companies; almost half of depressions and anxieties stem from work-related stress, he says. Thomas blogs on ‘The Bipolar Businessman.’

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