Reaching out about mental health problems is extremely difficult, but it is also extremely difficult to be on the receiving end. Especially if, like most, you don’t know what you can do or say and don’t want to do the … Continue reading What NOT To Do When Someone Reaches Out To You – Mental Health
Living with mental illness can be extremely frustrating, even during times where it is seemingly under control. Here are my top most frustrating things about being bipolar. Nobody really gets it Whilst some mental health conditions, such as depression or anxiety, have … Continue reading Six most frustrating things about Bipolar Disorder.
Disclaimer– this post was written during a mixed episode (see what is a mixed episode) and therefore presents a viewpoint of such. I leave this unedited. I see this all the time in YouTube videos, suicide prevention campaigns and all … Continue reading Stop Telling Me That I Am Not Alone – Bipolar Frustration Rant
In this post I will be sharing a run down of symptoms I start to experience in the early stages of depression. So a bit of background. I haven’t posted in ages, I’ve had either nothing or too much to … Continue reading The Early Stages of Depression
I haven’t written much recently, for months now. There has been a lot going on in my life, my relationship ended and my job has become highly stressful. I have moved out and had to adjust to a change of … Continue reading Shame and Mental Illness
In this post I will attempt to describe the day to day life of somebody going into the bipolar mood episode, hypomania. Last night I couldn’t sleep. My mind was too busy, I was too interested in what I was … Continue reading Coming Up – A Day In The Life Of Hypomania