The Challenge

I want to challenge you, those in this community that are sharing their experiences and stories. I know that we are all at different levels in our journey, and there is the idea that I had heard that blogging is not what it was when I first introduced the Bipolar Writer Collaborative blog but your stories matter. The challenge is that you continue to find ways to share your stories at the moment.

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The stories are the reason that we are fighting to end the stigma. As we share the experiences in the moment of what we have been through as much as possible, it means that you might reach one person. I am honored to all that share their stories, and you are doing a fantastic job. The challenge is to look beyond blogging and into other platforms. Blogging is great, and writing is what I love. If we challenge the next generation of human beings who struggle with mental illness without too many resources, we need to find ways to bring them into the fold. They are the ones that will be taking on the challenge that we all are fighting for–ending the stigma.

Growing up in a world that we never talked about mental illness culturally and in America’s schools was tough. I had no idea that I had a mental illness. I knew suicide was wrong, but now what it meant to be suicidal was steeped in more profound meaning. The truth was that even when my diagnosis at twenty-two. It was a struggle to get an understanding and the outside world. There were not many resources or groups that I knew of, and it meant I was alone.

Technology and social media platforms are at our disposal. We can use what makes us comfortable. The younger generation needs to hear our stories even if you are in your twenties or beyond. Mental health advocacy is a collaborative effort for all of us. No matter our age or sexual orientation, the stories are essential to our collective effort to let the world know with one voice that they will hear us. That is what I challenge. Writing a blog is excellent, but as I learned in 2020, there is so much work that we can do. Mental health advocacy is something we all can do at a level that is good for you. 

Stay strong in the fight, share your stories, and know I am always with you.

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About A.K. My name is A.K. Wilson, or otherwise known as Angel. I am a mother, blogger, mental health, and domestic violence survivor advocate. I am a multi-genre author and writer.  I was born in New York, Raised in NJ, made a home in Kentucky. I live life to the fullest and cherish every moment. My links 🙂 Contact James If you are looking for all things James Edgar Skye, you can find his social media visiting Also support a life coach that has influenced me along my journey of self-reflection: The Bipolar Writer Podcast is listener-supported, and for as little as $5 a month, you can help support the mental health advocacy that I do by visiting Please help this podcast grow by sharing with friends or anyone that you think will benefit from the experiences of others and myself. You can also find me on the following websites. You can also find me on the following websites to book your interview, ask questions, and reach out to me. Purchase my books at: — Send in a voice message: Support this podcast:
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I finally leaped, and with some coaching from my life coach, I decided on that my podcast would become a reality, something that is a long time in the making. The first episode is up, and I will be creating more content in the coming months that will discuss the many issues facing the mental illness and mental health community. I welcome you to The Bipolar Writer Podcast.

There was a lot of fear in making this leap. One, I hate my voice, and the ego was telling me that I had nothing interesting to say, and I was listening. Needless to say, months went by, and in truth, lately, I was dealing with the aftermath of my last suicide plan and my issues with depression but that is an immaterial thing because they were just excuses to not do the podcast. I have the equipment, computer, and everything it takes. I was just scared to take a chance on a different platform to allow me more flexibility and bringing people onto the podcast will be something that is different for me.

The purpose of The Bipolar Writer Blog was to transform into podcasts and even videos in the future. With all my writing projects and my business The Bipolar Writer Ghostwriting Services, it is getting harder to find time to write blog posts, though that is an excuse in itself. You can always find the time. I want to rededicate my time to mental health advocacy in 2021, and this podcast is the next logical step. In December, I will be working on getting episodes prepared to begin to get some podcasts out there in the world. I am looking for potential interviewees in mental health and mental illness realm that includes professionals and those in the mental illness community. I would love to share your story.

There is so much work to be done, but I am staying in the moment and enjoying each moment. It was always that way writing blog posts for The Bipolar Writer Collaborative blog. It will be my honor to be a voice for the community in another place that I believe is needed and allow voices to be heard. It will have the James Edgar Skye edge that I have always used in my blog writing and writing in general. I am excited, and I hope you will join me as a listener!

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