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The Journey of Bipolar India | Vijay Nallawala | MHT India

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Bipolar India is a pan India support community which caters to the emotional needs of individuals diagnosed with Bipolar Disorder and also their caregivers. They have support groups running both on state as well as national level where individuals who are struggling with mental illness can seek out support and guidance on making the most of their lives and not feel bounded by their diagnosis.

Tune in to this MHT Conversation where Mr. Vijay Nallawala, founder of Bipolar India, joins us to tell us all about his struggles with Bipolar disorder and also how this organization came into existence.

About Bipolar India

Mr. Vijay Nallawala was diagnosed with Bipolar Disorder in 2003. After this happened, he struggled with gaining acceptance from society and also faced a lot of stigmas, due to the lack of awareness about this mental illness.

In May 2013, along with his friend and mentor Mr. Puneet Bhatnagar, Mr. Vijay Nallawala founded Bipolar India, probably India’s first online community set up for the Bipolar community.

They have now grown into a family where it is not just a support community, but a family. Each individual supports and motivates the other to be the best version of themselves and not let the diagnosis define them. 

Bipolar India has Resources page where they have insightful research around bipolar Disorder, a professional help page, where mental health professionals provide their guidance and support and also multiple support groups on WhatsApp and Telegram.

Do you want to be a part of this community? Click here to know more.

About Mr. Vijay Nallawala

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Mr. Vijay Nallawala was an entrepreneur when he was diagnosed with Bipolar Disorder back in 2003. From then, he has constantly grown and moved towards building a supportive society where mental illness is well accepted and also not stigmatized against.

Mr. Nallawala in the past 7 years, has supported countless bipolar disorder survivors as well as their caregivers in their own personal struggles and also created various awareness campaigns to promote de-stigmatization of Bipolar Disorder in India.

Watch the full Conversation: The Journey of Bipolar India | Vijay Nallawala | MHT Conversation

About MHT Conversation

MHT Conversations has been conceptualized with the aim to create a safe place for our speakers that is free of any kind of judgements. It is an online space where anybody from the mental health community or otherwise can come together and converse about topics that are relevant to the field of mental health. Ranging from personal anecdotes, struggles with mental illness, surviving through different low points in one’s life to experts giving their views on different therapies, disorders and even stigma related to the field, MHT Conversations includes it all and beyond. 

These conversations are recorded at the time convenient to the speaker/s and published on the website only after obtaining appropriate consent. Mental Health Today takes pride in being an all-inclusive platform and invites all individuals, regardless of their caste, race, colour, sexual orientation, religion or gender to come on board MHT Conversations and help us in building an all-accepting community.

The recordings of MHT Conversations, along with short clips from the same, are also streamed on all of the MHT India’s social media platforms:

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