A swift recovery has finally come to youtube Check out the channel and first video here Continue reading We’re On YouTube!
DISCLAIMER: I am not a doctor, the content found in this post reflects my own experiences, research and discussions with psychiatrists during my own diagnosis. Diagnosing Bipolar Disorder Bipolar Disorder, previously known as Manic Depression, is diagnosed through reaching a … Continue reading Recognising Bipolar Disorder in Early Onset / Young Age
I have quite honestly lost count of how many times I’ve gone on to the blog, wanting to post, I haven’t posted since January and even that was a short bursts. My biggest fear is that before, I would feel … Continue reading My Struggle With Writer’s Block and Lacking Manic Creativity
In this post I will be exploring both the diagnostic criteria for anxiety, how it manifests, and how it feels and my own experience being signed off work with anxiety. What is Anxiety Anxiety is a lot more than just … Continue reading My Experience With Anxiety
Sounds like a good thing right, I have reached a point where my disorder no longer consumes my every waking and sleeping thought. The problem is the more this happens, the further away I feel from a core part of … Continue reading I Don’t Always Feel Bipolar
I realise that is has been a very long time since I have written something new, it has been three years since I was diagnosed as bipolar. Many things have changes and many have not. In this post I will attempt to … Continue reading 3 Years In – Life As A Bipolar