When you’re truly just ready to go. I have to really think about things and be grateful for what I DO have. People around the world don’t have the things I have and I have to acknowledge and appreciate what I do have even when times are hard
I was skeptical because semantics can ruin a case in the legal system. But, either way, Johnny Depp won whether you were a fan in the beginning or not. He put his life out there for the world to see and so many people are happy that he did.
In a world that is full of hate, inflation, COVID, violence, wars, and food shortages, please learn to let people give their attention to what they can to keep their sanity especially if it doesn’t hurt you personally.
It Has Been a Rough Number of Months One thing I can say is that I have never had to handle all of the things that I have been through alone. I have spoken before of my village and I love them for all the things that they do. Their support comes in many forms.Continue reading “My Village”
I have been doing this for 8 years now which is funny because many of the topics I have spoken on are still very relevant today to the point that I don’t even have to say anything. I just copy the link to one of my blog posts. I don’t know if that’s lazy, good, or bad. Oh well!
Just as there are bad days, there are good days. I appreciate the good days when they come and sometimes we have to focus on the positive to make it through the bad days.
There’s a LOT Going On in this World I have a lot of thoughts on a daily basis and there is always something that happens that, in some way, impacts me. Not too long ago, I wrote about minding out own business especially if it doesn’t impact you ( see Why You Have to LearnContinue reading “Coming Soon”
Sometimes it’s best that I don’t look at the traits or qualities of people that have bipolar disorder. I sometimes use it as a crutch or an explanation for some of my irrational actions or lack of motivation. But how do you tell when your actions ARE a direct result of your mental illness? BipolarContinue reading “Don’t Use Your Mental Illness as a Crutch”
As I point out often, I was diagnosed with bipolar disorder in 2009 after being put into an institution for a short time. One thing I have always stressed to people that were interested in me since I was 20 (I’m 40 now) is that I take medication. When I received my first diagnosis ofContinue reading “Dating a Person with a Diagnosed Mental Illness, Could You Do It? Should You Do It?”