Last month, the federal government tabled their report on Medical Assistance in Dying (MAID). They had worked to incorporate some changes to the original document … Read more
A few years ago I wrote about the “spoonie” hypothesis. Basically it defines individual spoons as units of energy, and notes that each person is … Read more
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
What to do once you’ve reached a major goal? Make a new one.
Writing is important for my mental health, but my mental illness means I’m unable to take it on as a career.
Writing about mental health can have both negative *and* positive impacts.
Sometimes it’s harder than you think to write accessibly.
Life is not going as planned as I continue to deal with the fallout from my high episode.