Jean Chretien was a good prime minister.ok now that's out of the way. I didn't read her book and I'm not going to spend my time or a royalty for her on it. I did hear from this book that she says she's bipolar. Maybe it was already somewhat known. Anyway how apropos.
His wife refrained from sleeping with Mick Jagger.
I remember it was less than a generation ago it was known as manic depressive. Back then it was a very serious condition requiring heavy medication and typically psychiatric hospitalization. And a stigma that would stay with you all your life. But alas today we have this new apparent "lite" version with the catchy name bipolar and unlike manic depressive no obvious symptoms; and lots of people apparently have it.
But to me what I see is just more excuses, a convenient new way for people to deny responsibility for their life decisions. Toss in this other new disease borderline personality disorder BPD and you're set. Make bad life decisions; act like an idiot 24/7 or whenever you choose to; and if anyone says anything just throw bipolar or BPD back in their face and wash your hands of the matter; then go back to continue what you were doing.
Maybe Margaret is bipolar. She's still responsible for what she did and she still owes Canada an apology for the way she acted.
Why does she go by the name Trudeau? She left him and went on to marry someone else after.