Celebrating the Small Things

So, I looking at blog today working on making some changes, and I saw that I had hit 50,000 views. Its been a little oversix months since I started The Bipolar Writer blog. I wanted to thank every one of you that view my blog everyday and leave such amazing  comments. I am nearing 4,000 fellow blogger followers and I am excited to which the small goal of 50,000 views.


So thank you. Here is to another 50k in views.

J.E Skye

Photo Credit: unsplash-logoDakota Corbin


41 Replies to “Celebrating the Small Things”

      1. Absolutely! I, myself just started and have no time to write anything worth posting other than my weekend escapades to the desert and my involvement online is very sparse.

      2. Still, its something. Keep writing. Follow bloggers that are like minded and your bog will grow. I promise.

      1. Thank you for your words of encouragement as I need it. My stats views are slowing down tremendlously in the past few days for no apparent reasons. I keep up with my publishing pace, I believe my contents are relevant and substantial (the last post had over 1,000 words). I don’t get it! I’ll keep at it, try to publish more, I want to succeed. Again thanks for your kind words as they help when you’re a bit down.

  1. You are doing awesome in such a short time. I have one important question. Do you have any advice for someone who is becoming suicidal, not me, another blogger. How do I convince them they need to get help even though they are not accepting help? Sorry, no pressure, but you have been there. Maybe there is something I can say to her

    1. First I would ask are they close to you? If not my advice is to seek help. Go to the ER. Call the suicide hotline. Talk to a family member that help them seek help. That is the key. To seek help.

      1. I know her only in the blogosphere. She is a great writer and artist. She has a sister with her for a few days, which I am thankful. She’s not really accepting help, wouldnt go to er. I need something magical to say to her. Thank you James, your reply to this means a lot. I know it must be emotional knowing someone is in similar situation that you have experienced so I really appreciate your feedback. It is nice to know I tried to do the right thing. I’m trying to talk her in to seeking medical advice.

      2. If she needs someone else to talk to let her know I am always here. I wish there was something that you could say to change her mind. That state of mind is never easy to deal with. You do you best and you have to keep moving forward.

      3. Maybe. Your doing the right thing. Giving her options. That is best you can do. Unless you are physically there you can’t really do much other than that.

    2. My friend just lost a niece from Fentanyl, in Canada. I dunno much about her. I didn’t knoe much about this drug either. I was shocked. At the time I was suicidal, that goes back to 90s, I was anorexic and bulimic, and self harm was a way to cope with pain. I was diagnosed schizofrenic and rejected by mental health centers because not starving enough. I tell you this because there was a will of surviving that was stronger than depressive thoughts. I have asked for help to my mother. She went through a big hell at that time. I am still grateful. The fact is that if you are not aware of being sick, or that you need help, to overcome the spleen nobody can do anything. When you take responsability for your life, then you can move forward. If I knew the niece of my friend, I would have loved to talk with her. And just listen. This you can do. Find a way to better “listen” to her pain. And respect her will. Life is a everyday choice. Like love. You have to wake up in the morning and be willing to do the job. It requires energy. Feel free to visit my page. You might find something inspiring, for you, and then your friend. Who knows? Good luck

      1. I guess if you keep putting one foot in front of the other for a while, before you know it, you’ve come quite a way 👣

  2. You are erasing the stigma and that’s a good thing for people who suffer in silence. You are letting them know that they are not alone. Keep on!

      1. A battle that is still ongoing, sadly 🙁 I’m glad you started this blog! Keep up the fight.

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