A little background on 12:15 am. I wrote this at on April 29th of 2017 during one of my worst panic attacks of my life. This “poem” is just my … Continue reading 12:15 am
I wanted to share a chapter from the first draft of my memoir. I have written about insomnia before but this is an extended version of what it is like … Continue reading My Insomniac Life
One of the new things that I wanted to add this week was more time outside of my safe place— my house. I decided that the right mix of days … Continue reading My Latest Adventure in Social Anxiety
I have been thinking a lot lately about the things that make me happy. I am such introvert. The only thing that makes me happy is sitting in a coffee … Continue reading What Makes The Bipolar Writer Happy?
I often have some down time where I think about the future. Not just the future of The Bipolar Writer, this blog and my memoir, but the where I go … Continue reading Looking Towards the Future
I haven’t done an update on my memoir The Bipolar Writer in a while. I am almost organized with my first official draft. I wrote every chapter out-of-order and I … Continue reading Publishing my Memoir
My Weekly Wrap-up 2/11 – 2/17 #TheBipolarWriter What happened on the Bipolar Writer Blog this week.
I have never did a live blog before but I wanted to share a quick thing. It seems that my struggles with my social anxiety not only in my car, … Continue reading Live Blogging Anxiety and Panic Attack
On a nice, warm, spring day, what is better than enjoying a sweet glass of lemonade? The only thing that could make that better could be adding a little bit … Continue reading Lemons and Lemonade
What’s Going on in “My Social Anxiety Life” This Week What a difference a turn of a month can be in what I like to call my social anxiety life. … Continue reading An Update on My Social Anxiety Life
it was always an ideal to me mental illness was a theory, a concept of something tragic that could never touch someone like me because girls with dimpled smiles and … Continue reading Masquerade
At times our journey to discover what is wrong with us can be a hard one, and it can go unnoticed for a time. Then we experience something that changes … Continue reading Victoria’s Interview Feature