My Familiar Companion

It’s been a while, my friend. You often leave me for small periods of time where I feel more like myself, and less like the person who has no control. … Continue reading My Familiar Companion

10 Things The Bipolar Writer Thinks About I While Depressed

Dealing with depression the last few weeks has opened up my eyes to the fact no matter how far I have come, and no matter how much I have gotten … Continue reading 10 Things The Bipolar Writer Thinks About I While Depressed

My Longest Depression Cycle of 2018

Wow. How did I get here? I haven’t written much lately on my blog. I have had little energy in April to focus on the things that I need to … Continue reading My Longest Depression Cycle of 2018

Does Bipolar Disorder Run in Families?

I can trace Bipolar disorder in my family in at least three generations on my family tree. It’s interesting looking at my own tree, it feels like walking through a … Continue reading Does Bipolar Disorder Run in Families?

Am I Meant to be Alone?

My Thoughts in Recent Weeks Am I meant to be alone in this world? I have pondered this question lately. Donate to Publish My Memoir PayPal I am mostly talking … Continue reading Am I Meant to be Alone?

At Times, You Must Walk Throught the Fire

How a Depression Cycle Ruled my Week I have had the pleasure of tracking my depression over the years. I know from my experiences over the last three years that … Continue reading At Times, You Must Walk Throught the Fire

Giving Birth Was Supposed to be the Happiest Moment of My Life

After giving birth to my first child 25 years ago, I was diagnosed with postpartum depression and was treated with antidepressants until my OB doctor realized he could not help … Continue reading Giving Birth Was Supposed to be the Happiest Moment of My Life