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Time To MED-iate. 

“So does this mean that I actually have bipolar disorder?” , It had to come from the doctor’s mouth.

“Yes, yes you do I’m afraid. So with medication I would like to put you on 250mg depakote in the morning, then 500mg at night for the first 2 weeks. 169 more words

Bipolar Disorder


I’ve been doing my best to attempt normalcy.  Some days are easier than others, some days I want to claw everybody’s eyes out.

I’ve noticed there are triggers though.  560 more words


15 Things to do when your moody

I’m not online 24/7, nor do I have my eyes permanently glued to my cell phone, but I do brows whats going on with other peoples blogs/ post/ whatever website I find myself on. 698 more words

Hello, my name is Stephanie and I suffer from clinical depression and anxiety disorders.

In March of this year, I had a nervous breakdown.  It is the third in my adult life.  A litany of stressors and my lack of effective coping mechanisms brought it on. 1,873 more words

Growing Up.


I keep having intrusive self-loathing thoughts that make me want to either (a) cut myself (to punish myself for being a horrible person) or (b) bury myself in someone else’s arms and cling (to get someone else to caretake my emotions). 21 more words

Highs and Lows

Ah the inevitable emotions of life. Last night was definitely a low I haven’t felt in months. I found myself sinking back into a depressive state, and I am so thankful to have my Fiance by my side to help me out of it. 218 more words


Relationships of Survivors of Childhood Sexual Assault

What is wounded attachment? It’s the unconscious way of being attracted or attached to someone or something that reminds the survivor of or reinforces the wound/

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