Relapse in Mental Illness – Part Two

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

My Weekly Wrap-Up 12/11 – 12/16

These weekly wrap-ups are always good for me because it marks the end of one week of The Bipolar Writer blog and the start of another. I spend so much … Continue reading My Weekly Wrap-Up 12/11 – 12/16

Big News on my Screenplay Memory of Shane

I am really excited that I have officially entered my screenplay entitled Memory of Shane in the… Broadcast Education Association’s Festival for Media Arts student scriptwriting competition. Wow, that was … Continue reading Big News on my Screenplay Memory of Shane

My Experience with the American Healthcare System

I tend to wait for the right time to talk about subjects as the American Healthcare System. In my ten-year journey, I have seen the worst of the American Healthcare … Continue reading My Experience with the American Healthcare System

How I Write When Things get Muddled

There are days when writing just comes naturally to me. It’s not a brag. I know most writers, if not all, have days where the pen and paper (or fingers … Continue reading How I Write When Things get Muddled

How Did I Get Here?

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?

Angel on the Ward – Part One

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 Start of a Ten Year​ Journey Reflection

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

The Feeling of Loneliness​ ​

I am usually okay with being alone in my life. It suits my personality being an introverted writer, and for most of this year being alone was not an issue. … Continue reading The Feeling of Loneliness​ ​

A Thank You to my Diagnosis

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

Insomnia and Seroquel

I can trace a good deal of the issues in my life to my struggles with insomnia. I think most experts in the field of medicine can agree that sleep … Continue reading Insomnia and Seroquel