Let’s face it, like it or not, living with bipolar disorder (or any mental illness) is a battle. You are at war, and the enemy is unyielding. The situation is not hopeless. Read more.
Let's get real for a moment. Living with bipolar disorder sucks. There's no way to sugarcoat that fact. Occasionally there are positive aspects, like the manic days when you're able to spring clean your whole house, but for the most part, every single day with the disease sucks. Surviving bipolar is a constant struggle. I'm not … Continue reading 11 Things: The Truth About Surviving Bipolar Disorder
Fear. It's something we all live with, whether we have bipolar disorder or not. Since it's been on my mind quite a bit lately, I decided to dedicate this week's Bipolar Musings post to that subject. This post will not only look at fear but some positive quotes that can help you overcome fear and be … Continue reading Bipolar Musings: Conquer Fear by Learning to be Strong on the Darkest Days
Like most illnesses, Bipolar disorder will only get worse if not properly treated. Let's be honest, though, treating manic depression correctly involves a lot of trial and error. The drug cocktail that works for you might send someone else into hypomania. There is some good news, though. You can improve your bipolar life. While not … Continue reading 11 Simple Ways To Improve Your Bipolar Life
So, I'm bipolar. You probably suspected, based on the name of my blog. Being such often means living in a very different world than what most people see. This is especially true when you are in a bipolar relationship, but there is hope that you can be successful. This article lists seven things you can … Continue reading Bipolar Musings: Riding in Chaos on the Relationship Carousel
What time did you get up today? What time did you get up last Sunday? What time will you get up tomorrow? Does it affect mental health? It may seem a little odd to start a blog post with questions about what time you get up. There is a reason, though. Consistency, especially for mental … Continue reading Why Consistency is the Key to Mental Health Success