Cora’s New Hope

Cora’s diagnosis of Bipolar Disorder marks a line in her life – a start line. It wasn’t until Cora was properly diagnosed that things in her life actually began to change for the better.

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Before her diagnosis, Cora’s life was one of contrasts. Born and raised in Pictou County, Cora was blessed with a supportive family, good friends, and natural smarts. She graduated with distinction from high school, and went on to graduate from St. Mary’s University as a pharmacy assistant. When she started to work in her chosen career she knew she was doing what she was meant to do – her life had all the hallmarks of success.

“People expected great things from me, but I couldn’t keep a job, couldn’t keep it together, and I kept making bad decisions. I would always quit or be fired. I thought it was my fault. I thought I was a bad person. I couldn’t understand why these things were happening.”

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Posted: October 5, 2015