Read the first installment in the series about how to live successfully with Familial Mediterranean Fever. Diagnosis can take a long time, and this blogger's tale highlights that truth.
The secret to being a successful blogger is to be always writing things that can benefit others. A good blogger should see a problem and then show you how to fix it. I wish I was that blogger. Anxiety has slowly been taking over my life to the point that now it has nearly crippled … Continue reading When Anxiety Stops Everything
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
Hello, world. Today is one of those days. If you have a mental illness or live with chronic illness, you will know what I mean by that. For those of you that may not understand right away, I will attempt to use my bipolar brain to explain it meaningfully. This has been a tough week. … Continue reading Bipolar Musings: Chronic Illness Adventures and Running Into Walls
Everyone wants to be happy. For most people, it is one of their top goals. When you live with a mental illness like bipolar disorder, the quest for happiness seems that much harder. No one can wave a magic wand and make you happy. Wouldn't it be wonderful if they could? Instead, happiness usually takes some … Continue reading How To Be Happier: Change Your Mental Illness Perspective
Gratitude is a powerful tool. This is true for everyone, but especially essential for those dealing with chronic illness. Find the extra shot of strength you need from the following 15 inspirational quotes. Events in life are frequently overwhelming. When you throw chronic or mental illness into the mix, it can be downright unbearable. However, … Continue reading Spotlight on Gratitude: 15 Inspiring Quotes Will Make You Stronger
Riding Roller Coasters Blindfolded Living with Familial Mediterranean Fever goes a little something like this: The day was well planned. Work, lunch with friends, then a little yard work. It was going to be a good and productive day. Then I woke up, and everything changed in an instant. Coping with Familial Mediterranean Fever (FMF) … Continue reading Familial Mediterranean Fever – A Day in the Life