Nope. The Weather is Not Bipolar: How To Educate Others in Finding Another Adjective

Everyday we hear mental illness terms being used in inappropriate and derogatory ways. Terms like schizo, manic, ADHD and of course, bipolar. I find it scary that these terms are used with zero sensitivity or regard for those of us living with a mental illness. I thought we had come farther than this.

Minimalism for Mental Health Part One: Thirty Products I No Longer Buy

There are many wonderful books and articles out there on the power of minimalism and its effect on your mental health and well-being. Joshua Becker at Becoming Minimalist describes it as “the intentional promotion of the things we most value and the removal of everything that distracts us from it.”

Your Mania is Not Your Creativity

From my initial bipolar diagnosis to reaching a “new normal” two and a half years later, I have questioned and analyzed every single emotional state and thought process, as well as every experience I have had throughout my entire life. Since I have type I bipolar I am more prone to manic episodes than depression. A […]

A Bipolar Life

“I don’t really remember what I did. I haven’t watched the videos that people took. I know it got bad. I was in a very severe manic state, which bordered on psychosis. Certainly delusional. I wasn’t clear what was going on. I was just trying to survive"~ Carrie Fisher

Polarized Mind

welcome to my whimsical and wacky world

The Bipolar Compass

It's OK to feel lost every once in a while

Susan Irene Fox

Jesus follower, peacemaker, unfinished human

Mental health.

Hope, Strength, Defeating Your Demons.

Recovery Unsensored

Alone we don't stand a chance, but together we can change the world

A real Jack-in-the-Box

“Life is like riding a bicycle. To keep your balance, you must keep moving.” — Albert Einstein

I Am My Own Island

Because We all need to find a way to live with ourselves