Tag Archives: Bipolar Depression

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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Community Mental Health Discussion Discord Channel — The Bipolar Writer Mental Health Blog

Come Join an Amazing Group of Mental Health Warriors James Edgar Skye (The Bipolar Writer) is collaborating with Grounds for Clarity on a Discord Channel called Community Mental Health Discussions. It will be a place where you can come anonymously … Continue reading

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Returning to Life After Quarantine: An Anxiety Story — The Bipolar Writer Mental Health Blog

Before COVID-19 I already had a tough time getting out of my house. I had been trying to be more social and do things with other humans that weren’t family or my boyfriend. But then COVID changed everything. I was … Continue reading

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You Don’t Fail Until You Stop Trying To Be Better — Speaking Bipolar

Living with mental illness is hard, but you will succeed if you keep trying. The only true failure is to refuse to try to be better. The post You Don’t Fail Until You Stop Trying To Be Better appeared first … Continue reading

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What’s the Difference Between Anxiety and Mania? — Bipolar Me

Ha!, you say. That’s an easy one. I know the answer to that. It’s like the difference between walking on pins and needles and walking on eggshells. For me, anxiety is the pins and needles, while mania is produces the … Continue reading

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Can Computers Help Diagnose Depression? — Bipolar Me

I recently spotted a headline that made me stop and read the story. It was from iflscience and the article was “People with Depression Use Language Differently. Here’s How to Spot It.” Those of you who know of my abiding … Continue reading

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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 … Continue reading

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Best Bipolar Disorder Blogs of 2020 — Kitt O’Malley

Thank you, Healthline.com, for naming my blog as one of your best bipolar disorder blogs of 2020! I’m honored. The post Best Bipolar Disorder Blogs of 2020 appeared first on Kitt O’Malley. via Best Bipolar Disorder Blogs of 2020 — Kitt … Continue reading

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Stuck in Quarantine Together: 5 Tips to Help Keep Your Relationship Strong — My Bipolar Mind

Even for couples who have lived happily together for years, being quarantined together can open up a whole new can of worms! It can sometimes rock even the smoothest of waters. via Stuck in Quarantine Together: 5 Tips to Help Keep … Continue reading

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What Tools Are in Your Toolboxes? April 17, 2020

In case you are wondering, I am talking about figurative toolboxes for the most part, not literal toolboxes. Everybody should have multiple toolboxes for different reasons. In my case, I have numerous toolboxes. I suffer Bipolar Depression I, mixed states, … Continue reading

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