I’m sorry. It is something I have found myself repeating often. I am sorry when someone has a bad day, when I mess up, when someone else messes up, … Continue reading Sorry Not Sorry.
Four years ago was when I hit rock bottom. I was sexually assaulted and that experience broke me. I was drinking everyday not wanting to deal with life sober. I … Continue reading Why I’m Thankful for Hitting Rock Bottom
It is that fantastic time of year again. It’s MAY! The important month where we educate, celebrate, and increase awareness of mental health. Every MAY I write a POST A DAY … Continue reading Post a Day in May For Mental Health Awareness
Growing up, my family never went on any vacations. One year when I was eight, we traveled to Tennessee for a family reunion. I didn’t know anyone on that side … Continue reading That Time I Almost Went to Disneyland
I took a step forward today. I applied about a year ago to become a speaker for the Rape Abuse & Incest National Network (RAINN) speaker’s bureau. I suffer from … Continue reading I’m Better Than This.
Courage is always required to move forward in life. I often think about courage and how hard it can be just to do ordinary things for those of us who … Continue reading Courage to face down the ogre
ASD and Bipolar Diagnosis I haven’t been writing for so long because I recently had my second manic episode. I later got diagnosed with a bipolar mood disorder (type 1) … Continue reading ASD, Bipolar Disorder and Bullying
I wanted to find out something. I have been advertising since March about my Patreon account and I even did a $2 Patreon challenge. It has been brought to my … Continue reading A Bipolar Writer Poll
April is National Poetry Month. Poetry has played a significant role in my healing process. I spent many years discovering myself and learning how to heal. The things hurting me … Continue reading Healing Through Poetry
There are times when writing interview features for The Bipolar Writer blog that it gets personal to me because I can directly relate to the subject of the article. When … Continue reading Joy Daehn Interview Feature
I believe bullying can exasperate the severity of mental illness. I know in my case it was very damaging to my mental well-being. Being sensitive and having a kind heart … Continue reading Bullying and Mental Illness
This is a continuation of reposting the series of interview features that I wrote from 2017-2018. This is Tabbi’s. Become a Patron! Tabbi’s Interview Feature Panic attacks about nothing. The … Continue reading Tabbi’s Interview Feature