This is another Guest Blogger post for Mental Health Awareness Month. I will be featuring many bloggers work to share the different sides of mental health. I am honored by … Continue reading Hiding in Plain Sight
* Update: I am still editing and adding some chapters. I hope to have a finished draft by the end on June, or maybe May. I can finally say my … Continue reading The Bipolar Writer Memoir – An Update
Guest Blog Posts for Mental Health Awareness Month I know its the 11th of March and I should have done this sooner, but I wanted to open up some guest … Continue reading Guest Posts on The Bipolar Writer Blog
A Conversation About the Mental Illness Stigma I wanted to open this blog post with this, the stigma surrounding mental illness is real. I see it every day. It is … Continue reading Will the Mental Illness Stigma Ever end?
I keep thinking of ways to explore and expand my blog. I am writing an interview feature this week, but I wonder what is next? My memoir is getting so … Continue reading What’s Next for The Bipolar Writer?
Over the years there has been one song that has brought me back from the edge. Its Nineteen Stars by Meg and Dia. The lyrics speak for themselves and will post them … Continue reading My Song When I was Suicidal
This a feature I wrote on Courtney. You can find all feature interviews here. Courtney’s Interview Feature: Living with Borderline Personality Disorder Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD) is a unique mental … Continue reading Courtney’s Interview Feature
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
If there is one thing that I have learned while writing interview features on my blog is that in every walk of life for someone dealing with a mental illness, … Continue reading Tony’s Interview Feature
I wanted to open with I am 100% against suicide. I believe suicide is preventable. I share my story for those who, at this moment, are thinking that its the … Continue reading My last Suicide
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.
It began when I was in my early twenties and continued in different ways many times throughout my life. When I became unhappy, I searched for happiness by leaving and moving to … Continue reading Living With Bipolar Disorder is Like Riding in an Elevator