Press Release MALTI
World Bipolar Day, 2023, inizjattiva tas-Soċjeta Internazzjonali tad-Dizordni Bipolari, dejjem tkun fit-30 ta’ Marzu, jum it-twelid ta’ Vincent Van Gogh, li wara mewtu sabu li kien ibati mid-dizordni bipolari.
Il-grupp “Be Positive – Bipolar Self-help, Malta” qed jorganizza laqgħa għal dawk kollha li jbatu b’din il-kundizzjoni u dawk li jieħdu ħsiebhom.
Din ser issir fil-Kappella Russa, tal-Palazz ta’ San Anton, nhar il-Gimgħa, 14 t’April, fis-6.30pm.
(Bil-permess ġentili tal-Eċċ. Tieghu, il-President Dr. George Vella)
Nistednuk tiġi u ġġib miegħek xi ħadd li jista jgħinek. Dħul mill-bieb fejn is-suldat. Tinsewx l-ID Card minħabba s-Security.
Ejja u isma – m’intix waħdek! Iżjed informazzjoni: https://bipolarmalta.org/ https://www.worldbipolarday.org/
Press Release ENGLISH
World Bipolar Day (WBD) – an initiative of the International Society for Bipolar Disorders (ISBD), – will be celebrated each year on March 30th, the birthday of Vincent Van Gogh, who was posthumously diagnosed as probably having bipolar disorder. The vision of WBD is to bring world awareness to bipolar disorders and to eliminate social stigma. Through international collaboration, the goal of World Bipolar Day is to bring the world population information about bipolar disorders that will educate and improve sensitivity towards the illness.
The “Be Positive – Bipolar Self-help, Malta” is organising an open meeting for all those suffering from this condition and their carers.
This will be held on Friday, 14th April, at 6.30pm, at the Russian Chapel, San Anton Palace – with the kind permission of H.E. Dr. George Vella, President of Malta.
We invite each and everyone who suffers from this condition, to come and meet us – we can help each other. You can also bring along somebody who supports you.
Entrance by the door where the soldier is on duty.Please do not forget your ID Card for Entry Security.
Come and listen – you are not alone. More info: https://bipolarmalta.org/ https://www.worldbipolarday.org/