Madeline Jaekle is a Mental Health Advocate and Author, based out of Greensboro, North Carolina.After experiencing her first full blown manic episode, at the age of 20, Madeline quickly came to terms with the fact that her Bipolar Disorder would exist as a lifelong companion and foe.Although Madeline was devastated by her personal experiences living through her manic episodes. Madeline's discontent inspired her to become actively involved in her local Mental Health Care Community.The encouragement of fellow members of Madeline's local Mental Health community, bolstered by her personal passion for the cause were the motivating factors leading to Madeline's decision to embrace her "reluctant calling"Since Madeline embarked on this embrace her "reluctant calling," as a Mental Health Advocate, Madeline has steadily increased her involvement and role within Mental Health Communities throughout North Carolina. Madeline's passion and dedication to the Mental Health Community has afforded her many opportunities to advocate in public areans.It wasn't long after Madeline began her participation within her local Mental Health Community that Madeline began advocating through public speaking events across the state, serving as a panelist, presenter, workshop facilitator, and educator.Many leaders of the Mental Health Community recognized Madeline's unique ability to articulate both verbally and through written word, the intricate experiences, trends, and manifesting symptoms experienced during manic or psychotic episodes. Her unique abilitiesmade an immediate and lasting impression on her community.In a short time Madeline began addressing and advocating on a wide array of issues, to a variety of audiences, compromised of diverse individuals who come from a multitude of various of backgrounds, occupational industries, governmental organizations, and community organizations.As an Author Madeline commits a substantial amount of time dedicated to writing, a craft that has remained one of her most long-standing coping skill. From a young age writing was a source of therapeutic release and her intimate relationship with her craft was largely private until the past year.Madeline is a frequent contributing author for such publications as bp Hope Magazine and is currently working on a memoir chronicling her journey thus far, with plans to publish in the near future.Madeline is currently available for public speaking events, forums, panels, and workshops customized to the interests and needs of the event or organization.Madeline is also available to publications in need of blogs or content creation, not limited to Mental Health.