I can trace Bipolar disorder in my family in at least three generations on my family tree. It’s interesting looking at my own tree, it feels like walking through a … Continue reading Does Bipolar Disorder Run in Families?
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 have this strange obsession. One that is really the only one way to explain it, a need to always not only have water on hand but to drink water … Continue reading My Strange Obsession With Water
I haven’t always done things the right way when it comes to my diagnosis. For years I tried to do the wrong thing on purpose and turned to the wrong … Continue reading The Best Decisions I Ever Made
Letting go of people is never fun, (especially if it’s over the side of a cliff) yet I am growing, and might I add painstakingly, to realize it’s just a … Continue reading Letting go of toxic relationships.
This is going to be a very busy week for The Bipolar Writer. I am the middle of my my second to last semester and the work is piling up. … Continue reading My Past Depression and Anxiety Journals
With my struggles recently I wanted to post this blog post that I wrote just after I completed my ten-year anniversary since my first suicide and diagnosis in November of … Continue reading Day One
There are always signs in my life that my depression is in bad shape. There are the easy ones to look out for like not wanting to get out of … Continue reading A sign of Depression – A Messy Room
The end of another month. I can’t believe tomorrow we are starting March of 2018. I am officially six months into this adventure in writing my blog. It has been … Continue reading An Update on my Goals
It has been a while since I have posted one of my journals from my past. I love these post because I don’t change anything, not a single word. Though … Continue reading Depression and Anxiety Journals – Part 5
Compromise? I won’t compromise my health. I used to shift myself into all sorts of uncomfortable positions in some vain attempt to appease others. Though, now I fear I am … Continue reading The Ramblings & Ramifications of Mental Illness
I have been sorta lost in my anxiety these past few weeks and I have felt disconnected from my fellow bloggers. I have always been good at connecting with my … Continue reading I Must Apologize