Bi Polar Disorder and Anger – A Raging Lunatic Tells All – Jodie Sand

BIPOLAR DISORDER & ANGER: A RAGING LUNATIC TELLS ALL My rage is like an old-school boombox with fresh D batteries. I carry it around with me but the music isn’t a catchy melody. When it explodes from the speakers, it’s static that grates on the nerves. It makes zero sense. Sometimes, a stranger will invoke … Continue reading Bi Polar Disorder and Anger – A Raging Lunatic Tells All – Jodie Sand

High Pressure BPD – theboywithbpd

Borderline Personality Disorder and pressure wouldn’t be my first-choice of cocktails, yet here I am having a big old pitcher of the stuff every day. I’ve been racking my brain on how to write this piece, what’s the best angle? But the only way I can write it, is to make it about me. Not … Continue reading High Pressure BPD – theboywithbpd

What If It’s Not A Happy Holiday? – Renata Leo

The holiday season is quickly approaching, which means plenty of parties, family gatherings, holiday specials, and most importantly, pressure to feel happy and have a great time. When you suffer from depression and are constantly at war with your brain, it can be difficult to separate your emotions from how you believe that you’re “supposed” … Continue reading What If It’s Not A Happy Holiday? – Renata Leo

Another Dietary Plan with Antidepressant Implications? – John Caruso

Another dietary plan with antidepressant implications? The connections between diet and physical health have long been assumed. While the science exploring this is still in relative infancy, most of us understand the concept of “you are what you eat.” But is it possible that how we think is also affected by what we eat? Could … Continue reading Another Dietary Plan with Antidepressant Implications? – John Caruso

I’m Fine – How Often Do We Mean It? – Ami Ireland

This next guest spot is from a dear friend of mine I had the pleasure of meeting online this year and working with. In continuing to work with her, I got to know her more and more each day, learning about her disability and what life likes for her. If you havent read any of … Continue reading I’m Fine – How Often Do We Mean It? – Ami Ireland

I Am A Warrior – Dannii

I’m a warrior against anxiety and depression. This is my story. I was twenty-six when I had my daughter Mia. I lived with my boyfriend at the time in a one-bed house and we’d only been together about a year. We hadn’t necessarily planned to have a baby. I was scared but believed everything would be ok. My … Continue reading I Am A Warrior – Dannii