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It was a piss day. When a post starts with that statement it means I’ll probably be tempted to use “the bad days” category. It’s not really a bad day though. 399 more words

Bipolar Disorder

Less Money

Today we decided to go to the supermarket after all. As my mother was pulling out of the parking lot, she slammed her side of the car into a column in the underground garage and broke off the side view mirror. 336 more words

Daily Life

I loved this show.

When a friend told me that there was a show that revolved around mental health conditions and I “really needed to watch it” I kind of rolled my eyes. 624 more words

Mental Health

Shrinking Inside.

We’re running out of food. The fridge is almost empty. We’re supposed to go to the supermarket to replenish, but I don’t want to go. My mother is out of milk, she’s been drinking my soy milk (which she hates because I buy the thicker one and she likes the watery one) for the calcium. 974 more words

Bipolar Disorder

(Small) triggers of depression.

About two years ago we had a particularly stormy summer. This picture is actually the view from my bedroom window. And yes, perhaps the effect of the app helped darken it some, but it looked that horrible to me. 236 more words

Bipolar Disorder

Why Yo-Yos Don’t Get Depressed - By Dr. Sandy Seton-Browne

It seems to be a widely accepted axiom that what goes up must come down. Yet the converse does not seem to be true. A much harder question to answer is; “Why do only some things that go down, come up again?”. 1,587 more words

Mental Health

Disability Is Only A Mind Set

The only disability in life is a bad attitude.”

   — Scott Hamilton, Figure Skater

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