But it does get better. Some parts of our lives are really hard, really dark, and when we look back it’s kind of like reflecting on what a long winter felt like when you’d go months without being able to remember what it felt like to feel your toes and fingers because it was so… Continue reading The extraordinarily ordinary moments in-between mental illness exist – I promise
https://www.gofundme.com/rasing-to-upgrade-the-bipolar-writer-blog This is my GoFundMe under my real name David TC (I wasn’t sure if I could get the funds if I used my Pen Name James Edgar Skye.) Thank you in advance for donating! So, my goal is $300. The cost to upgrade. If 100 people donate 3 dollars, I can reach my goal… Continue reading The Bipolar Writer Needs Help… Again
I wish my decoy wasn’t to look for flaws in an argument or even set out to see things from a different perspective however, I guess if I really wished that I wouldn’t be writing this at all. Embrace your body and love yourself because you are unique and perfect. OK- so surface level there… Continue reading I don’t love everything about my body.
I am in awe, and a few days late. I have been busy, and all of sudden I look up and my blog has grown both in contributor bloggers and followers. I smile every day by those who take a moment in their busy lives to come to this blog and leave comments, likes, and… Continue reading In a Blink of an Eye…
This is another addition my interview feature series on The Bipolar Writer. This is the story of Liz S. A Story of Loss, Death, and Living with Bipolar Disorder Loss and death. We all deal with it in different ways. When those of us with a mental illness lose someone it can be an instant… Continue reading Interview Feature Story: Liz S.
Captive, I press against the bars – Screaming In agony of imprisonment. But, just as often, giving up; Huddling against the far wall, Ignoring the tray of rations shoved timidly into my cell. They are stale bread and watery soup, I tell myself. I tell myself everything; Sobbing, always sobbing. The world outside, super-bright; the… Continue reading It’s All in Your Head
This is another feature interview from my ongoing series. I have been super busy so it has been a few weeks since I have written one of these. I have a few in the works. You can find the series here. Interview Features – The Series Going Through the Changes of Mental Illness How far we… Continue reading Interview Feature – Laura Sanscartier
It has been a few weeks since I have written an interview feature. It has been the greatest thing to start sharing the stories of my fellow mental illness bloggers. I have enjoyed writing every single one of these feature articles. I thought I had everything organized but somehow I lost some of the people… Continue reading Bringing Back Interview Features
You lied about the lies that you lied about. Nothing like some LL Cool J to get this post started, am I right? or am I already overly obnoxious? Either way, I’ll take my chances. I won’t offend your intelligence with a history of why lying isn’t the jazziest thing in the world, but if… Continue reading Why you always lying
Greetings fellow bloggers, today I am going to dive into the ocean of mental illness and explore its stigma infested waters. Kinda sounds like I’m trying to impress my high school English teacher with that descriptive and sarcastic lede, huh? Maybe. If you’re out there Mr. Marshall look at me now! In all seriousness sarcasm… Continue reading When your mental illness is shared without your permission