Well it was coming. I hit rock bottom on Monday. I had no motivation to do anything positive. I did go out in the morning to do my Monday routine, … Continue reading Hitting Rock Bottom in 2018
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 keep thinking of ways to explore and expand my blog. I am writing an interview feature this week, but I wonder what is next? My memoir is getting so … Continue reading What’s Next for The Bipolar Writer?
I have suffered from depression on and off for much of my life. Some episodes have been worse than others. But with each one, in time they passed. While I … Continue reading My Friend is Depressed: What Do I Do?
Since the inception of my blog The Bipolar Writer it has been my goal to write the stories of others like myself. I have written my own story in my … Continue reading Morgan’s Interview Feature
This is another edition of my ongoing series of feature articles of my fellow bloggers in the mental illness community. The complete series is here. This feature is Katie R. … Continue reading Katie’s Feature Article
Even though mental illness is all in our heads, literally, doesn’t mean that the pain we feel can be dismissed
I was looking through some old blog posts and I thought this one was relevant because I have found a new wake/sleep schedule that has been really good to me. … Continue reading My Insomniac Life
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
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 … Continue reading What it Has Meant to me to Expand The Bipolar Writer
Throughout my life, I’ve wondered if I have or will have a mental illness. How would I know? Whenever I learned of our family history of Depression, I worried about my future. … Continue reading Is It Really That Bad?
I read a post recently that made reference to the idea that mental health is not just something for the mentally ill to worry about, any more than physical health … Continue reading The Mutations of Mental Health