These posts have been helpful in the past so it is great to open the floor to my fellow followers and bloggers to what topics the Bipolar Writer should discuss here. I would love your feedback.
I have one last guest post in honor of Suicide Prevention Month from writer and blogger Kira, you can find her blog at https://jackofwriting.wordpress.com/ My Brother Lost His Fight, But I … Continue reading A Suicide Prevention Month Guest Blog Post
I hope this reaches all the collaborators on The Bipolar Writer blog. I will be doing some house cleaning this week when it comes to collaborative writers. If you are … Continue reading House Cleaning on The Bipolar Writer Blog (Collaborators Only Post)
Everything you’ve ever wanted is on the other side of fear. ― George Addair Photo by Pixabay Most of my life I have been plagued with anxiety, … Continue reading Procrastination, Another Word for Fear
am ready to take on this new challenge. I was anxious about starting my bachelor’s degree, and by the time I completed that I was in the right place in my life mentally and I succeeded.
Sometimes I don’t know where I get the strength to go out into the world. I have days where it feels like everyone startles me. My chest pounds the whole … Continue reading Learning to Accept the Small Victories
I once lived in a bubble the mental illness kind of bubble. I didn’t know the truth, only what I saw on TV. Pretending it wasn’t real. Refusing to see the … Continue reading The Stigma Bubble – a poem
What happens when you’re so depressed that you don’t even know what to do any more
A blog post such a this is not my usual thing here on The Bipolar Writer blog, but I am at a crossroads of sorts. I have struck out locally … Continue reading Looking for a Book Cover Artist
Yesterday sucked, it was the hardest and longest panic attack that I have had in a long while. Since the moment I woke I had this feeling of dread, that … Continue reading My Worst Anxiety/Panic Attack Day
I’ve always loved Autumn. Actually, that’s a lie, I didn’t always love it. As someone who doesn’t like to be cold (and is always cold), Autumn used to mean the … Continue reading The Importance of Comfy Pants
Ah, metaphors. Without them, we’d be adrift in a landscape of cement without an actual tree or honest-to-goodness purple unicorn to disrupt our perspective. Sounds boring and harsh, doesn’t it? … Continue reading What IS The Black Dog of Depression?