Rooted – A Mental Health Guest Blog Post Poem

Today I am featuring the poem from Cass C, as a guest blogger for The Bipolar Writer blog. You can find Cass’ blog @ Www.turningpages00.wordpress.com  Enjoy – James Rooted By Cass … Continue reading Rooted – A Mental Health Guest Blog Post Poem

I Left My Anxiety in the Dust—a Poem

My brain matter does often scatter throughout my brain unable to drain unnecessary clutter that makes me shutter. My body trembles from my head to my toes filling me with … Continue reading I Left My Anxiety in the Dust—a Poem

Tears of Stigma—Listen to Our Cries

Cancer they empathize, but don’t hear my cries. Heart disease they empathize, but won’t see my cries. Diabetes they empathize. but hide from my cries. Even the flu they empathize, … Continue reading Tears of Stigma—Listen to Our Cries

Dispelling Emotional Darkness

Alien Mind A poem, by Chelsea Walker Within this crypt, This coffin deep The real me gone– Dead, fast asleep I dwell inside the doorless keep of my alien mind. … Continue reading Dispelling Emotional Darkness

A Favorite Poem, and Today’s Thoughts

Today, I’d like to share a favorite poem that I heard many years ago when I was in the struggle of figuring out and accepting my diagnosis.  It resonated with … Continue reading A Favorite Poem, and Today’s Thoughts

“The Chasm”, a poem about my journey through deep depression

The Chasm A Poem, by Chelsea Walker It came, took me underground Away from light, far from home. I fought growing fog, yet The world became darkest black.   Where … Continue reading “The Chasm”, a poem about my journey through deep depression

Friday’s Guest Blog: Part I

It is my pleasure to continue to showcase guest bloggers on The Bipolar Writer blog for Mental Health Awareness Month. Today’s blog post comes from Andrew, and he describes this piece … Continue reading Friday’s Guest Blog: Part I

Introduction

If you have ever ridden a roller coaster, you understand the excitement and fear that courses through your mind and body as you burst through the track. You experience such … Continue reading Introduction