In celebration of International Women's Day, I thought I'd share with you 5 Badass Bipolar Women who not only lived with Bipolar Disorder, but thrived, and changed the rules of what you can and cannot do when "ill".
I can be gregarious at times, chatting up strangers, making groups of friends (if only for the night) and buying rounds for the bar. From the outside, it can be hard to believe that I suffer from crippling social anxiety. a time long forgotten I wasn't always this way. In college, I was as far … Continue reading Social Anxiety Stole My Friends
I'd have done very well as a trapper during the westward expansion. My skills of trapping and pattern tracking are unparalleled. Unfortunately, since it's 2019, I'm forced to stick to self-sabotage. I find myself in a prison of my own making far more often than I'd like to admit. I should be able to see … Continue reading It’s Not a Mirage, It’s Self Sabotage
Depression can wreak havoc with your logic. especially around holidays. Valentine's Day can be tough, but we've got stats for that
Mental Illness can feel like fire. Bipolar is hard enough, but when mixed with family it can be explosive, without the right tools.
I'm sorry I haven't written. I'm sorry I've been neglecting you. I'm sorry I never give you a break. I'm sorry I make you feel guilt all the time. I'm sorry I always want more from you. I'm sorry I forget that you're human I'm sorry I demand perfection. I'm sorry I haven't written.
Panic attacks can not only be truly terrifying, but also somewhat embarrassing. I want to tell you, you don't have to be alone in your suffering