It broke my heart that my mom never got the help she needed. What would it take for me to seek the help I didn’t think I needed?
I had no desire to get help to save my life, but I wasn’t the only one at risk.
It’s not about statistics and all of that. There’s a person. A human. A soul behind this person who is struggling. You could be helping to save a life. Do you get that?
You’re lucky you know that? You could have died. And there’s nothing special or romantic about that. You just would have been gone. ~Julian from One Tree Hill. During my recovery and break from the working world, I made it my personal mission to watch movies… A lot of movies. A lot of black and […]
Time To Change is a U.K. based organization to help end the stigma and discrimination against mental illness. Their web-site provides information and links to help those who want to get involved, whether they’ve been personally affected by mental illness or not. The web-site provides resources such as pamphlets, booklets, posters, and more to help […]
What can we learn about crisis intervention from the Parable of the Good Samaritan?
Whatever you do… Don’t give up.
I lost control of everything and almost lost the one thing that I value the most today.
I realize the beauty in my life that I never saw before.
Hello Readers! I would like to introduce to you a new column that we will be sharing each week. It is called The Bipolar Diary and will be place where we can share our stories of Bipolar Disorder, ways to handle this disorder and different posts that will educate you on what Bipolar Disorder is. […]