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

Interview Feature – Laura Sanscartier

This is another feature interview from my ongoing series. I have been super busy so it has been a few weeks since I have written one of these. I have … Continue reading Interview Feature – Laura Sanscartier

Interview Features – The Series

Since December I have been conducting interviews with people of all ages and sex that deal with the life of having a mental illness. It is my way to give … Continue reading Interview Features – The Series

Let’s Talk About Avoidance

Update: I am reposting because for some reason the comments were disabled. I apologize for this and I have corrected the issue. This is important subject to me and I … Continue reading Let’s Talk About Avoidance

Speak Up!

It’s been 2 weeks since I was released from the hospital from having my tonsils removed. I think I can actually talk about my experience at the hospital now. Before … Continue reading Speak Up!

Bringing Back Interview Features

It has been a few weeks since I have written an interview feature. It has been the greatest thing to start sharing the stories of my fellow mental illness bloggers. … Continue reading Bringing Back Interview Features

Are There Different Levels of Depression?

Are There Different Levels of Depression? It’s a very interesting and intriguing question. Depression is such a hard thing to define by itself because there really are different types and … Continue reading Are There Different Levels of Depression?

Looking for Contributors for The Bipolar Writer Blog

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Since day one of the inception of The Bipolar Writer blog I had a plan of how things were going to go on my…

Brittany Elise’s Feature Interview

Are we defined by our mental illness? Brittany Elise from Fort Worth, Texas believes that your illness shouldn’t define you. “There are resources and support networks for you. Don’t think … Continue reading Brittany Elise’s Feature Interview

I’m Still Me

I wasn’t diagnosed with anything “scary” to other people until I was in my mid-20’s. They accepted the PTSD because it made sense with what I had been through. They … Continue reading I’m Still Me

Looking for Contributors for The Bipolar Writer Blog

Since day one of the inception of The Bipolar Writer blog I had a plan of how things were going to go on my blog. When I hit 2,000 followers … Continue reading Looking for Contributors for The Bipolar Writer Blog