Tag: bipolar disorder

They cast me away, with obvious dismay. Nothing to say, not even to pray. Discrimination and bias displayed, ignorance and disapproval conveyed. There were no fundraisers or sympathy cards, no get well wishes, balloons or shiny gold stars. I was blamed, stigmatized, and shamed. Never again treated the same, after my mental illness came. At […]

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 back. I interview each person with the intent of writing a feature article about their journey. For me, it has been nothing short of one […]

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 something new in my life. I pushed the next button in my elevator of life and moved to a higher floor, until I became unhappy […]

Writing over the last two year has been the best and greatest thing I have done for my mental health. What you will find within the confines of this blog post is my thoughts about depression and how things changed when I became The Bipolar Writer. Writing Changed the Way Depression Effects Me I started […]

I can finally saw my first draft of my memoir The Bipolar Writer is put together. It has been a struggle because I have been so busy. Now it is time for proofreading and editing at a more serious level. I am giving myself the rest of March to edit my memoir, and I will […]

I am never good on Monday’s, but I am learning. My Monday Morning Coffee Blog So it’s Monday. I am officially a week into my new sleep and wake schedule. A little background. I noticed last week when I am up early enough I can be very productive in the morning to the early afternoon. […]

I wrote this blog back in October but it really has relevance as I have been dealing with some minor depression. I have also wrote a guest blog for a blogger friend of mine that has relevance to how role playing games have helped me over the years deal with my Bipolar depression. Gaming: How […]