Kicking suicide’s ass

This one has taken a long time to write, I just want to make sure I am sensitive throughout, and really have the right wording. Sometimes it just lingers, other times takes over me. No matter how stable I get, I know it is always following me, in the background, always one of my shadows.... Continue Reading →


The increasing of medication..

This is kind of a spur of the moment kind of post, and also sort of convenient timing since I just added a post about medication, thus being able to add something further around the topic. Today I realized how I really need to change my mindset around getting dosages raised and new prescriptions. Some... Continue Reading →

My Relationship With Medication

I have a love-hate relationship with medication. I see the benefits, but also can’t ignore the downsides. It supports and even saves me from my worst, it is there when I need it, and I know that it is necessary. Though it can bring shame, annoyance, and a harsh reality that this is my life,... Continue Reading →

Coming To Terms With My Illness

At age 12, my onset of bipolar had started to reveal itself, meanwhile, I held anxiety for most of my childhood. My first episode was a long span of depression, I started to self-harm and this was when my first suicidal ideations came into effect. I isolated myself, lost motivation and stopped doing the activities... Continue Reading →

Introduction: beginning my mental health blog

I have always admired those that can stand up, and talk about their mental health, in addition to their experiences that go with it.  I also appreciate the importance and benefits of having these individuals.  I have seen first hand the benefits of people openly talking about their mental illnesses, they bring greater light and... Continue Reading →

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