Category Archives: Mental Health

Forgiveness and Vindictive Don’t Mix – Forgiveness Sundays August 9, 2020

Over the years, I have known some very vindictive people. When I was very young and foolish, I was one of those people. As I became familiar with a Bible verse that I quoted in last week’s Forgiveness Sundays post, … Continue reading

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Let us Connect on Zoom — The Bipolar Writer Mental Health Blog

I am relearning everything. How to live with loss and not hide from it as I have been for close to eight months. In fact, this post happens to land on what would have been my mom’s birthday. I realize … Continue reading

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Forgiveness a Strange Take By Some People – Forgiveness Sundays August 2, 2020

When I look for Forgiveness Sundays posts, I use a variety of sources – WordPress Reader, YouTube, my personal experiences, and a few other things. With YouTube, there tends to be several things forgiveness related that aren’t about forgiveness in … Continue reading

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Dice Collecting and Mental Health: Parts 1 and 2 — Dice Maniacs’ Club

by Allison Kate If you’re like me, you’re often met with the question “why?” when telling those not in-the-know about your dice collection. I feel like I’m constantly having to explain myself and my unique interests. But the answer is … Continue reading

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Forgiving Your Child’s Murderer – Forgiveness Sundays July 26, 2020

I am going to start this week’s Forgiveness Sundays post a bit differently, but with a reason. I am not a fan of “What if” scenarios for one basic reason. It’s pretty easy to say in hypothetical Situation X or … Continue reading

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50 habits to improve your mental health — Self-Care Overload

Self-Care Overload 50 habits to improve your mental health 50 habits to improve your mental health. Your mental health is essential to your overall health so it’s really crucial to take care of your mental health. There are several strategies … Continue reading

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Self-Forgiveness Two Views – Forgiveness Sundays July 19, 2020

There seem to be two views on self-forgiveness. One side is against self-forgiveness; the other side is for self-forgiveness. The side against self-forgiveness often takes the view that only God can forgive someone. Yet, the Bible makes it clear we … Continue reading

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Revealing What Happens When Experiencing Bipolar Blur — Speaking Bipolar

Bipolar blur is an expression I created to describe the times you feel numb, and the world is a blur around you. | #bipolar #mentalillness #mentalillnessawareness The post Revealing What Happens When Experiencing Bipolar Blur appeared first on Speaking Bipolar. via … Continue reading

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Quarantine and Mental Health — The Grief Reality

This is our post that we wrote for @bereavedsingledad . We love working with him, and hope you enjoy our post on Quarantine and Mental Health. Have a lovely day! Our current Quarantine Routine, looks a bit like this: – … Continue reading

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When You Face Too Many Options — Bipolar Me

It often seems that bipolar disorder and especially bipolar depression narrow your life down to the fewest possible choices. Try to take a shower or stay in bed. Eat a handful of cereal or skip eating. Cry or … cry. … Continue reading

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