Change is good. Tomorrow, October 31, 2018, I will be giving my collaborative blog some much-needed changes to the overall design, look, and feel of the blog. As this blog … Continue reading Changes on The Bipolar Writer Blog
While there has been a big push to be more open about mental health, suicide, self-harm – so that people can actively seek help, I feel like I’ve already gone … Continue reading I’m too comfortable talking about suicide
I wanted to share this amazing post from the blog Hunting Happiness.
Acceptance is Rare. Nothing can compare. She’s used to them stopping to stare. Judging with a snare. Liberating and free, it is to be her, they claim. Not knowing she … Continue reading For All to See
Find time for a child
Your child is always in need of your help. You can become a best friend for him/her. Your presence in life, being ready to listen and support will help to keep head above water. Of courseя, it is very difficult to find a balance between work and family these days. However, your child goes through hard times, so try to spend as much time together as possible.
“And so being young and dipped in folly, I fell in love with melancholy.” Edgar Allen Poe Hello. You’re back. I remember you well. We go way back and are … Continue reading Melancholy – A Poem
Today I had a plan. Get up. Get some coffee and breakfast and write my paper. Done. I wanted to write a new blog post (almost done.) The rest of my day will be closing out a freelance project (get paid) and then work towards getting ready for some time off Saturday.
I wrote a blog post a few months ago detailing my experience with modern day mental health hospitalization. You can read it here. It was a nightmare experience that exposed … Continue reading Partial Hospitalization Program and IOP
I have lived with a mental illness for most of my life so it’s kind of weird when things are going really well. Maybe I’m the only one but when … Continue reading When Things Are Good
It is important to have the ability to state your needs when it comes to friends, or even family members. The communication style you use can determine how you respond … Continue reading Communication Styles
So I am well aware that someone else penned (and owns) the Title: An Inconvenient Truth, and their’s was shocking and thought provoking. Earth shaking, land sliding, terrible tidal waves. … Continue reading An Inconvenient Truth
We’re old friends aren’t we? You’ve sat within me for so long. You’ve been within me poisoning me. Like Iron Man’s arc reactor in the movie “Iron Man 2”. You’ve … Continue reading Dear Depression