What to Know About a New Diagnosis of Bipolar Disorder, Major Depression, or Schizophrenia

This resource was created by SMI Adviser content partners and approved by the SMI Adviser clinical expert team for inclusion in the knowledge base.

Just like having a serious physical health condition, experiencing SMI is not your fault, nor is it the fault of people in your life. It is not caused by one event that you could have prevented. This diagnosis does not indicate you did anything wrong. SMI does not, cannot, and will not define you.

View this tip sheet on what to know about a new diagnosis of bipolar disorder, major depression, or schizophrenia.

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