My delusion – evaporated, at least more often.
I reflect and examine that which is important to let go of.
What kind of future awaits?
A brief introduction to the onset of mental illness and my experiences. Please, enjoy!
Realising what causes my mental blocks, which are, upon summary, conflict without a comprehensible source. I am so used to the compulsion of mental review, that I can’t always catch myself doing it. Its harder and darker than the rumination of the non-sufferer. There’s a lot of conflict involved and a lot of self analysis.… Continue reading Post War
Its time to talk a little about the freedom from going beyond my compulsion of finding answers to old obsessions.
Alright, sooo in my first ever post last week I mentioned that I found ‘antidotes to core feelings’. I’d like to share just some of these feelings and see where it takes us. I first recognised a ‘core’ ten years ago before diagnosis when at the same time could barely tell what day it was.… Continue reading Just a Feeling
Happy to join the Bipolar Writer Mental Health Blog!
To turn my back around from COVID – 19driving me up the wall, I decided to pour my time and energy into a project that I have been wanting to start for a long time. Which is to write a children’s book on introducing mental illness with a gentle approach and write a book to… Continue reading Children’s book for mental illness
About a year ago, I was diagnosed with Major Depression and OCD (obsessive compulsive disorder). It was a diagnosis that was agreed upon both my psychiatrist and I, as we went through the DSM together to make sure we were on the same page. Throughout this past year, I went through phases of really struggling… Continue reading Can I “lose” a diagnosis?
Summer was never a hard time of the year until recently. June 21st, 2018 – I started to experience something I never thought was possible. Heart wrenching sadness, losing my appetite, and losing my desire to live. From June 21st to July 4th of 2018, it was an absolute nightmare. Following up to June 21st,… Continue reading SAD (Seasonal Affective Disorder