For much of her adult life, Cassie (not real name) struggled to get out of bed. Taking her kids to school, let alone showering or preparing meals was often more than she could handle. Cassie has bipolar disorder, and while she had health insurance through her employer, it did not offer mental or behavioral health benefits. The therapy and prescriptions she needed were too expensive. She was desperate, barely holding …
Post Author: Hayley D. Germack, PhD
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