Let’s Talk Anxiety

Let me start by telling you a story. About a month ago, I woke up for work and had this pit in my stomach. It had been a rough couple of days, and I was already on edge. By the time I got dressed, I knew the day was going to be a shit show.Continue reading “Let’s Talk Anxiety”

Relationships and Mental Illness

It’s no secret that relationships take work. For those like me, it might take a little more. There are three types of relationships that I am going to discuss–Family, friends, and significant others. When you think of relationships, you think of stability. When you pair a relationship with Mental Illness (in my case, Bipolar 1),Continue reading “Relationships and Mental Illness”

Awareness Brings Growth

When I was diagnosed, I had no idea what Bipolar Disorder was. When I was able to know what was wrong and learn about it, my healing began. Becoming more aware saved my life. There’s so much that I wish I would have known at twelve years old, or at least my parents would haveContinue reading “Awareness Brings Growth”

Here I am.

My first post. So glad you’re here. “You go Glen Coco” and all that shit, right? Anyways. Should we begin? Honestly, it’s been a long time coming. I remember being twelve writing in my journal worrying that someone would snoop and read them…that someone being my parents. People reading my thoughts and judging me. ThatContinue reading “Here I am.”