Love it or hate it Pokomon Go is back and apparently is here to stay! My husband is addicted, if he leaves the house then his phone is in hand and the only conversation I get is the update on the nearest gym or shop. I read a new article today arguing that Pokomon Go is… Read More Pokomon Go & Mental Health healing?!?
Bipolar II Information (long, but the TDLR works as a table of contents) from bipolar2
I found this little titbit from the guys in British Columbia… It outlines myths vs the facts surrounding bipolar disorder. I am not sure I 100% agree with the “facts” but it does provide some insight for those who are unsure of the basic about the disorder. For example- children as young as 6 can… Read More Debunk the junk
Music makes me feel alive- well, correction, the right kind of music- I especially get a high from live music. Obviously some songs or music make me melancholy, sometimes home sick etc. I was fortunate enough to be brought up in a house always filled with music, my parents always had cassettes, CD’s or the… Read More Music and Emotions
Yes you can! Things were not going okay with my boyfriend a few years ago, I was erratic and reactive to the smallest things. I finally broke down and admitted that I was bi-polar and struggling. I thoroughly thought that would be it- that would be the breaking point for him, I prepared myself for… Read More Can I be loved for who I really am?
http://www.health.com/health/gallery/0,,20307117,00.html Hindsight and new understanding of mental disorder has really opened the world up to interesting theory’s on some creative greats from the past- Vincent-van-Gogh certainly is an artistic great!
“Keep your face always toward the sunshine- and shadows will fall behind you” – Walt Whitman- American Poet 1819-1892 This quote was given to me by my therapist and has really stuck with me. She said- always look to the future, never to the shadows of the past.