Category: bipolar experiences

  • VeryWell- Loving With Bipolar Disorder: A Letter to My Husband

    VeryWell- Loving With Bipolar Disorder: A Letter to My Husband

    By slowly learning to accept and recognizing the limitations my mental illness may cause, I’ve learned to be a better partner and wife. — Read on www.verywellmind.com/loving-with-bipolar-disorder-a-letter-to-my-husband-5225850

  • Healthline- Managing My Bipolar Disorder Has Changed My Relationships

    Healthline- Managing My Bipolar Disorder Has Changed My Relationships

    My unacknowledged bipolar disorder contributed to the end of my first marriage. Finally recognizing and managing it helped me to save my second marriage. — Read on www.healthline.com/health/bipolar-disorder/personal-story-relationships-bipolar-disorder

  • Being Mindful in Marriage with Bipolar Disorder | bpHope.com

    Being Mindful in Marriage with Bipolar Disorder | bpHope.com

    When bipolar symptoms influenced my behaviors, it took a toll on my marriage, family, and friendships. Coping with my past helped me better manage my — Read on www.bphope.com/blog/being-mindful-in-marriage-with-bipolar-disorder/

  • Fighting Dirty

    Fighting Dirty

    For those who weren’t aware, I contribute for a popular mental health website called Bphope.com. It’s geared towards those with bipolar disorder but it’s also a great resource for anyone struggling with a mental illness or involved with someone who is diagnosed. My piece Marriage Advice from a Bipolar Wife (https://www.bphope.com/caregivers/marriage-advice-from-a-bipolar-wife-relationship-tips-communication/), garnered a lot of […]

  • Lessons in Letting Go

    Lessons in Letting Go

    I have always had trouble with letting go of emotions, people, things… the list can be endless. I tend to hold onto things that are beyond my control and it creeps into my mental health causing me to feel this weight of negativity and self-doubt. I see myself as an empathetic person, meaning I can […]