When Life Throws you a Curveball

I just really loved the picture and I couldn’t find a good curveball picture. There are days when you wake up and realize everything bad that can happen will most … Continue reading When Life Throws you a Curveball

A Look at Japanese Anime in American Culture

I am starting to move into writing feature interview articles for my blog about different bloggers I have met on The Bipolar Writer blog. To show I have written plenty … Continue reading A Look at Japanese Anime in American Culture

Weekly Wrap-up 12/4 – 12/10

My original plan was to spend my day editing and forgo my weekly wrap-up, but when I woke this morning I felt good and the need to write was there … Continue reading Weekly Wrap-up 12/4 – 12/10

Why the Mental Illness Community Should Share Their Story

Over the last three months, I have shared more about my life than ever imagined was possible. It has been the most therapeutic experience in my life. In the past … Continue reading Why the Mental Illness Community Should Share Their Story

My Mother Saved My Life

There has been one constant in my journey with Bipolar One disorder, and that is my mother. Since the day I was diagnosed she has been there for me fighting … Continue reading My Mother Saved My Life

My Weekly Wrap-up 11/27 – 12/3

It’s been an interesting week for me. I went through a panic attack almost every night this week, My anxiety is at high levels, I saw my psychiatrist with a … Continue reading My Weekly Wrap-up 11/27 – 12/3

Light in all the Darkness

All it takes is a little faith for some sunshine to come through the darkness. I made the decision to forgo blogging today. What was the point? I never I … Continue reading Light in all the Darkness

How I Write When Things get Muddled

There are days when writing just comes naturally to me. It’s not a brag. I know most writers, if not all, have days where the pen and paper (or fingers … Continue reading How I Write When Things get Muddled

Overload

Well, I figured something like this would happen. Last night, I figured out a pattern of behavior in the middle of the worst panic attack of my life. I have … Continue reading Overload