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
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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?
My Weekly Wrap-up 2/11 – 2/17 #TheBipolarWriter What happened on the Bipolar Writer Blog this week.
I was at my therapist’s office yesterday in the waiting room and I was looking at the scars on my arm. It seems a lifetime ago when I used to … Continue reading The Scars of My Past
When I started The Bipolar Writer blog it was to share my experiences with my diagnosis. I have written so many articles on suicide, Bipolar depression, social anxiety, and anything … Continue reading What it Has Meant to me to Expand The Bipolar Writer
I have realized that I may have been overdoing my life lately. My social anxiety and anxiety, in general, has been out of control. It’s been crazy this past week, … Continue reading Making Changes, Again
I was on a great roll over the last month that, it is not surprising that I had a bad week. I have been through it all this week. My … Continue reading My Bad Week
I read a post recently that made reference to the idea that mental health is not just something for the mentally ill to worry about, any more than physical health … Continue reading The Mutations of Mental Health
Tonight I am up again late thinking about being in a state of total exhaustion. For a long time, I have said that your mental, physical, and spiritual states are … Continue reading Total Exhaustion
Teaching is a profession that requires a great deal of empathy. Subject knowledge and teaching technique can get you far, but to truly impact a student, there must be a … Continue reading Teaching While Bipolar
It is great to look back on the previous month and see where I am at, and where I am going. This has been a bad month for me in … Continue reading When I Start to Miss Therapy Sessions