This is another feature interview from my ongoing series. I have been super busy so it has been a few weeks since I have written one of these. I have … Continue reading Interview Feature – Laura Sanscartier
Update: I am reposting because for some reason the comments were disabled. I apologize for this and I have corrected the issue. This is important subject to me and I … Continue reading Let’s Talk About Avoidance
A Conversation About the Mental Illness Stigma I wanted to open this blog post with this, the stigma surrounding mental illness is real. I see it everyday. It is all … Continue reading Will the Mental Illness Stigma Ever end?
This post is from a guest blogger Johan for The Bipolar Writer blog about anxiety. You can find the authors blog here. http://theprofoundshift.wordpress.com/ Meet Anxiety, The Blob in my Chest Anxiety … Continue reading Meet Anxiety, The Blob in my Chest
It is amazing feeling to reach another milestone on The Bipolar Writer blog. I never thought I’d get this far and have so many bloggers a part of my journey. … Continue reading Thank You for 4,000 Followers
It’s been 2 weeks since I was released from the hospital from having my tonsils removed. I think I can actually talk about my experience at the hospital now. Before … Continue reading Speak Up!
It has been a few weeks since I have written an interview feature. It has been the greatest thing to start sharing the stories of my fellow mental illness bloggers. … Continue reading Bringing Back Interview Features
I love these weekly wrap-up’s because they are a good way to end my week. I will keep short this week because I am in the midst of finals. I … Continue reading Weekly Wrap-up 2/18 – 2/24
I wrote this feature article about anxiety a few months after I wrote the poem 12:15 am for a journalism feature writing class that I was taking. I like the … Continue reading Social Anxiety – A Day in a Life
It is always important to seek help in a crisis situation. If you are feeling suicidal or having suicidal ideations, then it is imperative to seek help. That means going … Continue reading Seeking Help in a Non-Crisis Situation
I wasn’t diagnosed with anything “scary” to other people until I was in my mid-20’s. They accepted the PTSD because it made sense with what I had been through. They … Continue reading I’m Still Me
Since day one of the inception of The Bipolar Writer blog I had a plan of how things were going to go on my blog. When I hit 2,000 followers … Continue reading Looking for Contributors for The Bipolar Writer Blog