A Weekend That Changed My Life – Part One — The Bipolar Writer Mental Health Blog

When change happens to me its only when someone challenges me. This person challenges me to look beyond my feelings of insecurities and take a look inside the core cause of my pain. To see what I am looking for in this life.

via A Weekend That Changed My Life – Part One — The Bipolar Writer Mental Health Blog.

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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 collaborateDealspotr.com
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5 Responses to A Weekend That Changed My Life – Part One — The Bipolar Writer Mental Health Blog

  1. Hello Kindred spirit,

    Thank you for raising awareness to our collective journeys and for sharing this blog post from the Bipolar Writer Mental Health blog. He has an uplifting transparency that is imbued with strength for us all.

    Regards,
    Kim.

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    • You are welcome. I suffer from Bipolar Depression I. Apologies for not approving sooner. WordPress marked it as spam and I wasn’t seeing anything in the spam folder when I checked it until today.

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      • ICT Geneaologist,

        If I may, you experience Bipolar Depression I and you have such unique and tender approaches to conveying thoughts, feelings and emotions that many of us perhaps, can only appreciate from afar. Thank you for being candid, open and honest, always, of your experience with Bipolar Depression I.

        Seems my comments appear as spam in many a folder…interesting.

        Regards,
        Kim.

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      • I have my moments as I am an ultra ultra rapid cycler. Been a few years back, but had a new therapist and my first session I don’t remember. She remembers it very well. My medicine wasn’t working and I was in a full blown hypermanic episode. I changed subjects 50 times.

        I tend to be open as my philosophy is many people don’t realize I am bipolar when the medicine works. I develop a tolerance for medicine over time which means it has to be changed more often than I prefer.

        Only a handful of non spam wind up in my WordPress spam folder. I check it a couple of times a week as I rarely get spam. It comes in waves when it happens.

        Paul

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      • I appreciate your opening up and sharing about your philosophy and your experience with Bipolar Depression I. It lends perspective.

        Cheers to no more spam comments,

        Kim

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