Tag: feature articles

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 […]

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 everything in our lives. That’s what it is was like for Victoria, a young woman from the Midwest— Indiana. Victoria’s journey begins with her official […]

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 related to my mental illness. It’s been a crazy the ride that I have been on for the past almost six months now. Every month […]

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. This is place to go for all the amazing posts that you can find on The Bipolar Writer Blog. These wrap-ups end my week and […]

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 your diagnosis is the end of the world. It’s the start of getting the help you need, even if you don’t think you need it. […]

This is another addition my interview feature series on The Bipolar Writer. This is the story of Liz S. A Story of Loss, Death, and Living with Bipolar Disorder Loss and death. We all deal with it in different ways. When those of us with a mental illness lose someone it can be an instant […]

I Want to Say Thank-You to Everyone It has been an amazing journey. In September I started with an idea, and it wasn’t my first attempt at blogging. I had high hopes I would get it right this time. I had dreams. I thought it might be different this time. I knew where I wanted […]