Right now I could break something. Whether it be the pen in my hand or the mirror across the room, something needs to be destroyed. Bipolar anger says it must be done. Does that sound familiar to you? Maybe you didn’t have the immediate desire to break something, but have you ever had a time when you were suddenly and inexplicably angry? Might it even … Continue reading What Is Bipolar Anger? An Insider’s Perspective on Rage
Negative self-talk has become normal for most people living with chronic or mental illness, but it shouldn’t be. This post looks at three questions to help you stop the voices. | #selftalk #mentalillness #SpeakingBipolar Continue reading Monday Motivation: 3 Questions to Stop Negative Self-Talk
Does mental illness go away? If you ignore it, will it disappear? Read an important lesson from an author with Bipolar Disorder and what he experienced. Continue reading If You Ignore It, Does Mental Illness Go Away? (Patient Story)
With hopes of increasing understanding about living with Bipolar Disorder, the blog writer at Speaking Bipolar shares his personal story of surviving the condition. The experience provides hope for recovery and shows that things can get better. Continue reading Sharing My Story: When You Feel You Need to Run Away From It All
Are repressed memories real? Read one Bipolar survivor’s story of what it was like when memories started to resurface. | #repressedmemories #bipolar Continue reading Speaking Bipolar – Sharing My Story: Are Repressed Memories Real?