Grieving — Kitt O’Malley

Grieving, not depressed. No bipolar depression. No depressive thought process. Just grief. Just a deep overwhelming feeling of loss. I miss my father. Miss him deeply and dearly. Going to individual therapy and taking my medications for bipolar disorder, but now may be time for additional support, time for a grief support group, preferrably one led by an excellent […]

via Grieving — Kitt O’Malley.

I lost my father back in 1977 and in 1997, bit over twenty (20) years later, I lost my mother. I suffer Bipolar Depression Type I, rapid cycling, mixed episodes.

Kitt has published a book, Blogging for Mental Health: It’s $4.99 for the ebook and $12.95 for the paperback. Also available on Barnes and Noble (B&N): $4.99 for the Nook ebook.


About Wichita Genealogist

Originally from Gulfport, Mississippi. Live in Wichita, Kansas now. I suffer Bipolar I, ultra-ultra rapid cycling, mixed episodes. Blog on a variety of topics - genealogy, DNA, mental health, among others. Let's
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3 Responses to Grieving — Kitt O’Malley

  1. Thank you so much for sharing my post and the link to my book. My heart goes out to you for your losses.


    • ICT Graver says:

      Kitt, I suffer Bipolar I, rapid cycling, mixed episodes and most likely it started a few years before I lost my father although it wasn’t correctly diagnosed until 1995.

      I purchased your ebook and once I am done reading it, I will share it with a friend who may Bipolar II who has a sister who is Bipolar.

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      • Thank you.

        Like you, I’ve experienced rapid cycling and mixed episodes. I wish you the best in addressing those symptoms with your psychiatrist and therapist. There is hope with proper medication and support.

        Thank you for purchasing my book and sharing it.


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