Rebecca Jewitt has bipolar affective disorder. She works as an advocate for vulnerable adults and campaigns and negotiates for change in mental health policy. In this powerful and moving talk, Rebecca uses her personal story of living with bi-polar disorder to illustrate the ability of human beings to recover and survive.
“Even the darkest nights will end, and the sun will always rise”
“Life isn’t simply a case of black and white. This is a little idiom that we probably frequently reminded of why our friends, our family, colleagues, teachers, even big marketing and advertising campaigns. It suggests that our lives aren’t merely made up of monochrome binary opposites, but of infinitely rich and varied technicolor spectrums that transcend a simple yes, no, life, death, black, white palette.”