(Originally published on www.woundedbirdsministry.com) Sharing my bipolar diagnosis is terrifying. Questions circle my mind: Will they understand it? Will they accept it? Will they remain in my life? The stigma of mental illness is so colossal and tenacious that people become uneasy discussing mental illness, let alone trying to understand it. To be stigmatized is to be shamed, disgraced,… Read More Bipolar is My Elephant in the Room: Let me introduce you.
When you live life one step forward, but two steps back During my days where depression has its way, I have about four to five hours of active productivity within me. Prioritizing doesn’t always seem to work since there is obviously more things to do actively during the day than four hours’ worth. Included in… Read More The Dreadful Disposition of a Lack of Energy