I have been genuinely overwhelmed by the mental health community this month in the right way. The outpour of people willing to share a piece of their own writing that … Continue reading Contributor Writer’s for The Bipolar Writer Blog
This another mental health awareness month guest blog on the Bipolar Writer blog. This blog post comes from Johnzelle Anderson, and you can find his blog @ https://perfectlyimperfect92.wordpress.com/ On Medication … Continue reading On Medication Management of Mental Health
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?
Imagine. Being entirely out of focus on the world around you. It is impossible to get out bed even for a moment. The struggle to be yourself is real, and … Continue reading Leigh’s Interview Feature
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 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
In a blog post earlier this week I discussed what are some of the signs that you might be relapsing.My focus in that blog post was more about ways to … Continue reading Relapse in Mental Illness – Part Two
This is another addition to my series of “feature interviews” of my fellow bloggers in the mental illness community. You can find the entire series here. Tony Robert’s Interview Feature … Continue reading Tony Robert’s Interview
10 years. It still hasn’t sunk in. To the start of another ten-year journey. Today marks my official anniversary date of my first time attempting suicide. It feels so surreal. … Continue reading How Did I Get Here?
I am very excited to share this short story entitled Angel on the Ward. I broke it into pieces because it is a very long story. This is part one. The … Continue reading Angel on the Ward – Part One
A journey must start somewhere. This blog post is what I hope will be the opening chapter of my memoir. This is a very raw piece right now, so it … Continue reading A Start of a Ten Year Journey Reflection
Over the last few months, I have been exploring the many facets of my diagnosis. I have shared so much here and it has meant the world to me that … Continue reading A Thank You to my Diagnosis