For one to live, we must fill our lungs with air and release the carbon dioxide from within. This is a simple and usually automatic action for every living creature. … Continue reading Breathe…Through It
We are all human, and no matter our upbringing, family, education, or life choices, we all encounter struggles, heartache and negative influence, and its so very easy to fall into … Continue reading When We Take Our Nose Out of Our Book, We Learn to Change Our Story
At times our journey to discover what is wrong with us can be a hard one, and it can go unnoticed for a time. Then we experience something that changes … Continue reading Victoria’s Interview Feature
My first mental illness diagnosis was given at age 3, and while I don’t have many memories of being in therapy at that young of an age, I’ve always felt … Continue reading PTSD, PPD, and Parenthood
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
Social Anxiety – A Week in a Life It has been a tough one for me. I had some setbacks. Missed appointments which caused more issues. I had more problems … Continue reading A Look at my Social Anxiety Week
This post is from a guest blogger Johan for The Bipolar Writer blog about anxiety. You can find the authors blog here. http://theprofoundshift.wordpress.com/ Meet Anxiety, The Blob in my Chest Anxiety … Continue reading Meet Anxiety, The Blob in my Chest
If you think the the only danger of depression and anxiety is suicide, then you are dead wrong.