I am doing something unorthodox today here on The Bipolar Writer. I hope that I have created a place where my fellow mental health sufferers can have a “safe place” … Continue reading If You Ever Need The Bipolar Writer
Becoming a Contributor Writer The Bipolar Writer blog has become a safe place where writers, artists, and fellow mental illness suffers can come and share their ideas alongside my own … Continue reading Expanding The Bipolar Writer Family
I always like to ask my fellow bloggers what topics you would like to see my write in the coming months. As the New Year arrives, I’d love to hear … Continue reading Mental Health Topics in January 2019
12:15 am by James Edgar Skye It’s 12:15 am, I am in a dark room my mind racing and the panic is rising out of nowhere. Shallow and slow, I … Continue reading Updated Version of my Poem: 12:15 am
I was inspired by a song today, and I thought it would be the perfect introduction to today’s post. The Mental Illness Stigma – We’re All in This Together On … Continue reading We’re All in This Together
I must walk through a door once again on this journey— a door to a new psychiatrist. It seems that change is always in store for me, and to end … Continue reading When Mental Health Stifles Creativity
My therapist and I once debated what would be the one thing that could change the human race. Ok, not really but the seriousness of the conversation felt like that. … Continue reading Viagra for Mental Illness
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I wanted to share this series as a whole, it is called “A Mental Heath Anniversary – 11 Years Later. It is a two-part series that was initially supposed to go … Continue reading A Mental Health Anniversary – 11 Years Later
I know that many are waiting for the release of my memoir entitled The Bipolar Writer. There are so many things happening right now, and I am hopeful that I … Continue reading A Chapter from The Bipolar Writer Memoir – A Mental Health Update
Last week I wrote about how SMD mad I was about being classified as something. Ticked off by someone else who would doom me to no WOman’s mental illness land … Continue reading Developing a Diagnosis Dictionary
Please forgive me for the things I said And for the things I didn’t Forgive me for the outbursts For the door slams For the silent treatment Forgive me for … Continue reading Please Forgive Me.