The Icarus Project is a mental health movement characterized by the view that many phenomena commonly labeled as mental illness should actually be regarded as "dangerous gifts". The name is derived from Icarus, a hero in Greek mythology, and is metaphorically used to convey that these experiences can lead to "potential flying dangerously close to the sun."
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... The Icarus Project was born ... The Icarus Project is now an international radical community support network and media project with over 14,000 participants ... A Reader and Roadmap of Bipolar Worlds was published by the Icarus Project in March 2004 and is currently in its 6th printing ...
... The Icarus Project has been mentioned in the New York Times, by Frontline 20/20, and many local media outlets ...
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