http://m.washingtonpost.com/national/behind-the-yellow-door-a-mans-mental-illness-worsens/2014/06/28/28bdfa9c-fbb5-11e3-b1f4-8e77c632c07b_story.html Everyone is worried about the man in the house. His ex-wife, his mother, his father, his neighbors, the psychiatrists he has seen and no longer sees, they are all … Continue reading
I finally got a case manager to help me wade through SSDI and generally try to get help in any way possible – but apparently it was assumed I knew my meetings with her would be taking place AT MY APARTMENT.
Truth is, as I sit here finally actually at my computer, with the right page open, trying to end my avoidance, everything inside me is shaking and I can hear … Continue reading
This explanation of the life cycle of this illness really hits the nail on the head, at least for me.
“The International Bipolar Foundation is to improve understanding and treatment of bipolar disorder through research; to promote care and support resources for individuals and caregivers; and to erase stigma through … Continue reading
“In her first published work, Rebecca Lombardo collects her internationally followed blog into the pages of “It’s Not Your Journey”, named after her highly popular blog. “It’s Not Your Journey” … Continue reading
I write to you today from my local library, where it is cool and quiet and calm. So yesterday afternoon at work a perfect shit-storm of things happened that threatened … Continue reading
So I’m back home trying to unwind. I broke up the trip home here and there but otherwise it was a long meandering (and somewhat nostalgic) ride through the Appalachians, … Continue reading