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Today Is Another Day: Rapid Cycling

As you may remember, yesterday I was painting my toenails in the middle of the night.

Alas, that was not to last.  I woke up this morning with a feeling of dread in the pit of my stomach. 793 more words

Mental Illness

Are You An Asshole, Or Is It Just Me?

Besides staying alive, which isn’t hard for me anymore, I would say the most difficult aspect of being bipolar is knowing whether or not I have the right to become incandescent with rage in a given situation. 355 more words


Inside the mind of a manic-depressive

I’ve had issues with my self-esteem for as long as I can remember. All through high-school I was always “the fat friend,” even though I was only around 130 pounds. 772 more words


Me and My Bipolar, Part IV

So. I have been hospitalized so many times that I’ve lost count. It’s been over 30 times. I was hospitalized three times last year, none so far this year (knock on wood). 124 more words

To explain.

“Mania was a mental state every bit as dangerous as depression. At first, however, it felt like a rush of euphoria. You were completely captivating, completely charming; everybody loved you. 252 more words

He Said

He said, “I’ll be there tomorrow.”

Excitement. My heart beats. I smile.

Then panic. I did not like the fact that someone had the ability to make me feel this way. 820 more words

April Hunter

A Place in the Son, by Lorinda Grunewald Evans

A Place in the Son

Testimony of a journey to faith in Jesus and a struggle with bipolar disorder

by Lorinda Grunewald Evans

Kindle Ebook: 649 more words

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