The Bipolar Writer: A Memoir by James Edgar Skye The day has finally come, the publishing of my memoir. It is called The Bipolar Writer: A Memoir, and it is … Continue reading The Bipolar Writer: A Memoir – Book Release on Amazon
For those that have been following my journey to publish my memoir, you will be pleased to know that I am in the final stages, and I will be getting … Continue reading The Bipolar Writer: A Memoir (The release of my cover)
When I was young, and I could not face the world, I would go to my room and I would hide beneath my blanket, sitting on my floor, with my … Continue reading Babbles: Blanket Monsters
It’s been a while since I have taken the time to sit down and write. True. I have not been feeling motivated to write. True. I don’t feel like I … Continue reading Babbles: Truths
When did it get so hard to ask for help? At a certain point, as children, most of the day is spent asking an adult for assistance. And then, as … Continue reading Babbles: Asking for Help
I was at my favorite paycheck donation center aka Target the other day and I was in the self-checkout line behind a mother and two children. One child was an … Continue reading Babbles:Communication Challenges
Although I was editor in chief (EIC) of my high school newspaper, I have never had the greatest copy writing skills. When I was the EIC, my copy writer was … Continue reading Bella’s Babbles: Copy Writing Skills
My last post and this one are going to be a little contradictory because circumstances have changed. I previously said that I am mentally ready to take a break from … Continue reading Change Gives Me Anxiety
Just from these photos, you can see the people that loved him and that five years ago came together to honor this great man. I love my grandfather to this day because he taught me so many great things that I have today. If only he would have seen me continue my recovery with Bipolar 1 and panic disorder, but I believe he is still here in spirit and watching over us with my grandmother.
I am coming up a large number of questions and that each interviewee will take up a chapter. There is no telling where this will go. I have reached out to at three potentials with one getting back to me.
I was listening to the radio this morning when the commentator – talking about violinist Nigel Kennedy – said that the latter despite having a vibrant career in classical music … Continue reading Loneliness: the 21st century epidemic
May has come and gone and here is June. It’s been a few weeks since I posted on here. Things have been going quite well and I’m grateful. We all … Continue reading We warriors need a bit of time out …