You heard it first hear first folks, I would like to guest blog on other mental health blogs. I am looking to stretch my legs a bit this month. For … Continue reading The Bipolar Writer Wants to Guest Blog?
I have two spots left on my roster on my contributor blogger list for The Bipolar Writer blog. If you are interested please email me @ firstname.lastname@example.org. If enough people … Continue reading Two Spots Left
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…
This is another guest blog spot for mental health awareness month for The Bipolar Writer blog. Today is a guest blog from Matthew Kinton. You can find his blog @ https://apparentlyitisgoodtoshare.wordpress.com/ Be … Continue reading Be Open About Your Mental Health
Hi. My name’s Chelsea and I’m writing to you from the safety of my computer. It’s not just safe for me, though. It’s safe for you, too. And you over … Continue reading Come Back
Our bellies are sacred. They are the seat of our power, our love, our connection to ourselves, each other, our world, and our purpose.
A few people have asked about the content on my blog. I have taken on contributor writers over the last month and a half. The material that is not under … Continue reading A Note About The Bipolar Writer Blog
I’ve entered a stage in my relationship where we are working on reconciliation. Wow, that is a tough word. It’s long, hard to spell, and extremely difficult to do. Where … Continue reading Reconciliation
Some days, you win. Other days, you learn. There is no loss. Your mental illness does not define the core of who you are, and it most certainly does not change what you’re meant to do – and we’re all here for something.
When you’re living life on the fence, you really only have two options
Depression will not sit idly by and let us help ourselves. This is a war that we must win, by any means necessary.
A Short story about love and loss, and hopeless depression