Well I already have one chronic illness, why not add another?
Sometimes having a chronic illness means you can’t reach the goals you’d planned for, and you have to put them off for a while.
Lately I’ve been having problems writing, and it’s all related to how my brain is working – or not.
When I started this new web site, I personally resolved not to talk as much about mental health issues and to focus more on science … Read more
This week I read two extremely different books. Both gave me something to think about in terms of privilege and writing. This week I read … Read more
Lately I’ve been struggling with coming down from a bipolar high and dealing with all that comes along with that. I don’t even need to … Read more
Life is not going as planned as I continue to deal with the fallout from my high episode.
This week has been pretty tough. I don’t have a lot to say so instead will leave you with these quotes. “It doesn’t much matter … Read more
I’m used to dealing with deep bipolar lows. How do I manage an unexpectedly high phase?
When people talk about reducing the stigma around mental illness, they often liken it to having a broken leg – except it’s your mind that’s broken. But does this analogy really help?