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
In my ten plus years since my diagnosis, I have been on so many different medications. It has been especially hard for me to keep an anti-depressant for more than … Continue reading Bipolar Medication, What Works?
Anxiety and social anxiety can be difficult to deal with on a daily basis. I have been living with anxiety since I was a teenager and social anxiety since I … Continue reading What Helps Relieve Anxiety
It is great to look back on the previous month and see where I am at, and where I am going. This has been a bad month for me in … Continue reading When I Start to Miss Therapy Sessions
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
Today’s topic is an interesting one to write about, are antipsychotic drugs safe? I am by no means an expert in the field of medicine and what works for a … Continue reading Are Antipsychotic Drugs Safe?
Well, we have finally arrived the day before the big day, Christmas Eve. For me, it has been a weird up and down rollercoaster. I finished my finals and I … Continue reading My Weekly Wrap-Up 12/18 – 12/24
At around 10:15 pm yesterday I lost control for the first time in two weeks. I thought I was passed this. It was a great two weeks of my … Continue reading Then, There are Nights
In the first three years of my diagnosis with Bipolar One, I was often rushed to the emergency room. Most of the time it was my family worried that I … Continue reading My Bipolar Experience with the ER
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