As some of you know (and others don’t) I am ready to publish my memoir! Seriously. I have edited and moved chapters around, and I honestly believe that I prepared … Continue reading The Bipolar Writer Needs Your Help!
There is not a poem, short story or works of fiction that I am not amazed by the way that Poe writes. I consider Poe one of the most significant wordsmiths of all time.
For a while, my mind lost in the darkness, and I was on the fringes of depression. I felt alone. That is normal.
I am in awe, and a few days late. I have been busy, and all of sudden I look up and my blog has grown both in contributor bloggers and … Continue reading In a Blink of an Eye…
Yesterday I introduced a new series on the blog. My real life journal entries during some of my toughest times. My Mental Illness Journal. Today I want to talk about … Continue reading Goals in Mental Health Recovery
Here a little about The Bipolar Writer. via About J.E. Skye Photo Credit: unsplash-logoBogdan Dada
My Motivation of 2018 It’s been a great start to my year. I am working towards small and big goals. Each day I get a chance to check off things … Continue reading Day 16: My Motivation of 2018 – So Far
I don’t often talk about the writing side but when I do it’s a big thing. Going to school is not cheap. Neither is everything else that comes with the … Continue reading Freelance Work
What a year its been for me. I have been through some of the worst anxiety and depression episodes that life can throw at me, and yet here I am. … Continue reading A Goodbye to 2017
I have had a lot of time to reflect today. After last nights panic attack that almost landed me in the hospital, I spend most of the day in bed, … Continue reading My Fourth Honest Post
I started this blog under my pen name and pseudonym James Edgar Skye to protect my real name (though my real first name has made it on one or two … Continue reading Origins of my Pseudonym J.E. Skye
Over the last three months, I have shared more about my life than ever imagined was possible. It has been the most therapeutic experience in my life. In the past … Continue reading Why the Mental Illness Community Should Share Their Story