[ev-uh-loo-shuh n or, esp. British, ee-vuh-]
- any process of formation or growth; development:
the evolution of a person’s understanding.
Today is the day we say goodbye to what started out as a cute name, that upon reflection, promotes a negative stigma. Today we retire the name TheBipolarManiac and evolve to BipolarMe, in hopes of bringing a sense of normalcy to the everyday person’s perception of those with Bipolar Disorder or other mood disorders. Continue reading Goodbye Bipolar Maniac: Hello BipolarMe!
Have you ever woken up from a long sleep and just felt like “this is going to be the longest day in history!”
That’s how I’m feeling today. Continue reading Today I’m Not Feeling Happy
One of the more difficult times for me to deal with is spring time depression.
One would think winter would be, but …No! Continue reading Seasonal Weigh-In
Thank you to all of you who downloaded my Bipolar Maniac app for Windows Phone. Continue reading NEW WP 8.1 Bipolar Maniac App
Well, I’m finally back on it! Writing and reaching out that is! Continue reading Bipolar Maniac Update
My apologies, its been a bit since my last blog. As you may know I’ve recently fell into a manic episode.
Continue reading Bipolar Maniac Update
Being a caregiver is one the hardest most under recognized job there is.
My caretaker is my husband. He is the most dedicated, devoted, and loving person I know. Continue reading Caring for a Caregiver
I’m sitting here, alone in the near dark. I’m writing this using my cell phone. The feeling that is over burdening is loneliness. Behind that is sadness.
Why I’m feeling this, I don’t know. But its ravaging my mind. Continue reading Living With Depression
What may be unusual to some, is quite normal for another. What am I talking about, simply pet therapy. Many of us have a dog, cat, fish, reptile, etc. In some cases our pets turn into a form of therapy for those with a mental illness.
Continue reading Your Pet Is Therapeutic!
This topic I feel is rarely covered. I want to pay homage to all the Caregivers for their strength, support, and dedication to us with a mental illness.
Continue reading Thank You, Caretakers!