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
I am in awe, and a few days late. I have been busy, and all of sudden I look up and my blog has grown both in contributor bloggers and … Continue reading In a Blink of an Eye…
Despite having lived with people for most of my life, I’m no stranger to loneliness. In fact, those of you who suffer from depression as I do can probably attest … Continue reading The Things We Do When We’re Lonely
My First Thoughts on Recognizing Suicidal Thoughts I have been through some of the worst suicidal thoughts over the past ten years. I have never been great at recognizing how … Continue reading Recognizing the Signs of Suicidal Thoughts
Since the inception of my blog The Bipolar Writer it has been my goal to write the stories of others like myself. I have written my own story in my … Continue reading Morgan’s Interview Feature
Grief and loss and depression are topics of conversation that should exist, freely and wholly. When we share our stories and give words to our thoughts and feelings, we learn.
Over the course of the last month, I have had the honor to do a freelance project called Inside and Out with a local writer named Terry Fisher. In the … Continue reading Inside and Out
It has been a couple of weeks since writing a wrap up. With the added volume of contributor writers on my blog is it imperative to do these weekly wrap-ups. … Continue reading My Weekly Wrap-up of the Bipolar Writer Blog
Tough love is defined as…. promotion of a person’s welfare, especially that of an addict, child, or criminal, by enforcing certain constraints on them, or requiring them to take responsibility … Continue reading Tough Love
I always have a good working list of topics I want to discuss on The Bipolar Writer blog. Often some of my blog posts are random thoughts that pop into … Continue reading What Topics Should I Write in February?
Are we defined by our mental illness? Brittany Elise from Fort Worth, Texas believes that your illness shouldn’t define you. “There are resources and support networks for you. Don’t think … Continue reading Brittany Elise’s Feature Interview
I wanted to link the feature story on Courtney before this post. You can find all the interview features I have written here. How I Have Dealt With Death on … Continue reading How I Have Dealt With Death on my Journey