YOU ARE NOT ALONE!!!
Imagine, if you will, sitting down to watch a show for the first time. You are a late bloomer when it comes to television shows, so the hype has been built up for this particular show. You are amped. As you begin your binge, everything is living up to your expectations, story, characters, production all […]
LESSON ONE: “No man is a failure who has friends.” Good old Clarence finally did get his wings, and well-deserved. He left George Bailey of Bedford Falls with this gem after leading him on a slightly unorthodox trip in order to save him. For those of you currently lost, I apologize. I’m talking about Frank […]
For those of you faithful readers who have noticed, my writing comes in bursts. As I have tried to keep each post related to my experiences and knowledge about BPD and other related topics, I always find myself left with so much left unsaid. I feel like spewing it all out at once, but that […]
Yes, I start many projects and never finish them. Yes, I become obsessed about something and fixate on it for small increments at a time and then lose interest for weeks or even months. I have tried to learn numerous instruments, sure that I would be committed for a lifetime. I have become obsessed with […]
My affection for the words affect and effect has been affected by my lack of using them properly. Sorry. Cheers.
So few things shock people today. We have become desensitized to violence and the suffering of others. Don’t worry, this is not some Tipper Gore-esque attack on Today’s music, video games and movies. But, it does create an issue. So, the third gift Bipolar leaves you is actually gift 2b. Empathy works to better any […]
Stemming from Bipolar’s first gift of intuition and emotional extremes is the second and most important gift: empathy. And we got it in spades! People with BPD are often effected by the people we are surrounded by. Most importantly, the moods of others can shift our moods easily. If people were naturally born with antibodies […]