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
Today it is my honor to feature another guest blog spot on The Bipolar Writer blog for Mental Health Awareness Month. Today we have Jheelam and her blog post. You … Continue reading Tuesday’s Guest Blog Spot
Anxiety: The Silent Struggle I will admit. Depression sucks. I deal with it just like all of us in the Bipolar/mental illness struggle. It’s true, I hate depression. It’s been … Continue reading Anxiety: The Silent Struggle
Happy Monday everyone. I hope you have a hot cup of coffee and you are ready to take on the world. Today we have another guest blogger– Katie. You can … Continue reading Monday’s Guest Spot
In my ongoing showcase of mental health bloggers for mental health awareness month, it is my pleasure to introduce for the first time on The Bipolar Writer blog— Shelton Fisher. … Continue reading Mental Health Awareness Guest Blog
This is another guest blog spot for mental health awareness month for The Bipolar Writer blog. Today is a guest blog from Matthew Kinton. You can find his blog @ https://apparentlyitisgoodtoshare.wordpress.com/ Be … Continue reading Be Open About Your Mental Health
The Bipolar Writer’s Lament It’s been a rough April, and the start to May in my Bipolar life has been less than auspicious. I do want 2018 to be different. … Continue reading When Will I Feel More Like Myself?
I learned from another blogger that May is Mental Health Awareness Month. I think many of us with mental health concerns find the stigma around it to be truly terrifying. … Continue reading The First and Last of the Dark Days
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 learned a lot in my last ten years since my diagnosis of Bipolar One disorder. Even with my wealth of experience, I still fail at remembering to stay … Continue reading My Mental Health Awareness
Even though mental illness is all in our heads, literally, doesn’t mean that the pain we feel can be dismissed
Depression will not sit idly by and let us help ourselves. This is a war that we must win, by any means necessary.