My neighbour is Vincent van Gogh’s great great great great niece – I am not sure the number of greats is correct … 1890 till 1950something … I’ll have to ask her.
So. WBD. Anything happening around and about it in your neck of the woods?
Should someone be making cakes? 😉
Kitt’s post is great – and enormously and exponentially more useful than mine lol.
Originally posted on Kitt O'Malley:
World Bipolar Day (WBD) will be celebrated each year on March 30th, the birthday of Vincent Van Gogh, who was posthumously diagnosed as probably having bipolar disorder. [I’m not so sure you can accurately diagnose a dead guy. But, hey, I love Van Gogh’s work, so I’ll gladly take him as a member of our tribe.]
The vision of WBD is to bring world awareness to bipolar disorders and eliminate social stigma. Through international collaboration the goal of World Bipolar Day is to bring the world population information about bipolar disorders that will educate and improve sensitivity towards the illness.
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