I am guessing that most of you might have realized that I have been absent for quite some time. Despite me being an advocate for mental health, I too suffer … Continue reading Reclaiming My Love For Literature
I am making moves towards my next goal of moving back home after moving out of state a year ago. I applied and applied for jobs until I finally found … Continue reading Running Towards Hugs.
Three years ago I made a decision that changed my life for the better. I was 80 pounds overweight, extremely depressed, and was struggling to stay alive. I had hit … Continue reading How Living a Healthier Lifestyle Saved My Life
Here is another interview feature, this time Leigh’s. Please read this one and all the others as I repost all of the interview series. I hope to write a book … Continue reading Leigh’s Interview Feature
Here is another interview, this time Tony. Please read and also look for the other interviews that will go live this month of April. Become a Patron! Tony’s Interview Feature … Continue reading Tony’s Interview Feature
Today I am sharing a guest post from a fellow mental health blogger named Nikki, she asked that I share a post for her. You can find Nikki on her … Continue reading A Guest Blog Post
I am a writer in Ireland raising national and international awareness of mood disorders. Part of my support is to offer sites free books. Please find attached a free ebook for your website. I hope that you can publish and share this as it took many years for me to overcome the stigma and share my writing the most important thing for me now is to inspire others.
Who, me? This was my honest response to my psychiatrist’s diagnosis of bipolar. Not only did I not accept it, I thought she had my file confused with someone else’s. … Continue reading Who, Me?
As much as I want to destigmatize mental illness I also want to be completely transparent with you all and I’m afraid my transparency may only fuel the fire. The … Continue reading Today the weather is Bipolar?
Here goes nothing. I think all too often we forget that empathy and understanding are not synonymous. There is nothing more offensive and nothing that minimizes a mental illness more … Continue reading You don’t understand my mental illness and that’s OK