Saying that is somewhat hypocritical, of course, since I love United States of Tara.
In that show, Toni Colette plays a woman with Dissociative Identity Disorder who decides to go off the medication that keeps her personalities united.
Ask detailed questions about what exactly you will have to do to earn money with the program; i.e., who will pay you, will you be paid on commission, etc. There are recent reports from the IFCC involving Eastern European countries and high incidences of fraud. Some scammers will use VOIP applications like Skype and other message relay applications to call the advertiser to get them to send emails with information that can be used to steal identity.
But I can tell you this: the myth that medication for bipolar disorder takes away creativity is not one that needs to be perpetuated.With these forms of abuse, you may wish to report this to your cellphone carrier and ask that the specific phone number used by the relay app source be blocked due to an attempted scam.Some cellphone carriers can set this up as an available option for users where specific phone numbers can be blocked.Be wary of sellers from out of state / country; incorrect phone numbers or the inability to reach the seller via phone or physical address; and special situations such as the seller needing money quickly.To protect yourself, ask specific questions about authenticity, serial numbers, etc.The buyer will send a cashier's check (or money order) for more than the asking price of the merchandise.The buyer will instruct the seller to send the difference for the overpayment.And perhaps the show will give equal weight to the depressive side of the illness that tends to stop functioning altogether. Do TV shows make light of mental illness or do they help remove the stigma of such conditions?I hope so, because not watching Radha would make me feel like a heel. Most of our readers have great experiences using our online classifieds.However, there are Internet scams and frauds that you should be aware of, and many of them involve 'offers' from people outside our local area.