I am Inspired by You, Everyday

hello-i-m-nik-698722-unsplashI am inspired by the people that I meet here on WordPress through this blog– The Bipolar Writer blog. The kindness, the human connection, and the inspiring comments that I find here every day are just truly amazing.

Yesterday I got the most fantastic email from a fellow Bipolar sufferer. I have not yet responded to the email because I want to correctly show the appreciation that I got from my fellow blogger in the email he sent me.

It is always my goal to share my experience and hope that it will help others like me. I never thought that I could or would inspire people, but with this blog, it has become a safe place where I feel comfortable to talk and share my deepest thoughts. It is you, my fellow bloggers, and the shared journey we are on that make it worth it to wake up each day wanting to share my world.

Thank you for being a part of this journey and for inspiring me every day to share my piece of this life. I get to wake up and be a part of this great thing, and I love being a mental health advocate. I could not see myself doing anything else. Mental illness is a part of me, and I am learning each day.

Let us end the stigma surrounding mental health.

Always Keep Fighting

James

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51 Replies to “I am Inspired by You, Everyday”

  1. It’s certainly a learning journey that we can all learn from each other on. I will always be a follower on your blog and thank you for your inspirational blog.

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  2. Hello! It’s always nice to meet someone else who struggles with mental illness. If you struggle with something, there’s always someone else somewhere bound to be struggling with the same thing. I love how blogs like WordPress can connect people together.
    Here’s to ending mental health stigma! The first step is to just start talking about it. Kudos to you for being brave enough tot be open about it. 🙂
    Hope you have a good day,
    Mrs. B.

    P.S. Your blog looks awesome btw. It’s a real nice layout and design.

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  3. I too am thankful to have crossed your path out here amongst all of our shared most intimate thoughts. Sharing and relating with all the extraordinary stories here has definitely helped me battle through the loneliness that comes with this gift of mental illness. Keep inspiring to keep this much needed converstation about mental health moving forward so we can hopefully leave the stigmas in the past. Appreciate You!

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  4. Good morning James, and thank you for liking our post on toleration versus persecution. We humans need that four-letter word so prominent on your headline picture – love. Keep up the good work!
    Will & Co.

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  5. Thanks for stopping by and Following my blog. I have enjoyed reading of your experience with Bi-polar. Our daughter is an avid blogger who writes on many subjects. One that she wrote several years ago, was their family’s experience with the Bi-polar diagnosis of their youngest daughter. You can check out this series here: https://anitaojeda.com/inside-psych-ward/

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  6. Love your posts and your blog so much ❤️ You also inspire me so much. Thank you. We are all in this together 💪 Together we are breaking this stigma of mental health. Spreading awareness is just so important.

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  7. Such a sweet post! If we could only be ourselves, not be afraid to be our true selves, we’d be much happier. Your honesty and realness is one I admire. Your posts always remind me that mental illness is nothing to be ashamed of. You inspire me as well James! 😊🙏🏽

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