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Attention! Stand at Ease!
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If I had to sum everything up to one thing that created a premise for my recovery and how I managed the challenges that stood before me, it would have to be management of attention. As a schizophrenic, I had to deal with many … Read More

Manic Episode on the Horizon?
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After the most intensive manic episode of my life (Dec- March) and my greatest depressive episode (May- June). I find myself feeling like I’m getting back to “normal” …well “my normal.” But I have so many questions as to what my normal is supposed … Read More

In Light of the Ferguson Decision
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Tonight it feels like there really is no justice, no peace in our world. With the decision earlier regarding the indictment of Darren Wilson, I am deeply saddened but far from surprised. Thanks to social media, by now the news has spread to the … Read More

Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Resentment
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The day we try to keep the reasons and present the evidence to justify holding onto resentment as an entitlement, we are misinformed and most likely delusional. Resentment is a choice and it has always been. It’s not just a thought, it’s a response. … Read More

When Hope is Small
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Sometimes I wonder if we’re ever going to make it. You know those days when everything appears bleak and impossible? Yeah those days are the hardest to get through. Those days are the hardest to see the light at the end of the tunnel … Read More

Happiness is an Inside Job
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Happiness is not a destination, it is simply the path that you walk, if you choose it. But for many people it often doesn’t feel that ‘simple’ to come by. Here’s the thing… happiness is really an inside job. The only thing standing between … Read More

Being Reliable When You’re Depressed
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When depression comes, it often makes it hard to function. When I’m depressed, every task requires more energy than usual. It’s a lethargy that overcomes my whole body, made more complicated by pain and fatigue from Myasthenia Gravis and polycystic ovarian syndrome. When my … Read More

10 Tips for Managing Anger
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“Holding onto anger is like grasping a hot coal with the intent of throwing it at someone else; you are the one who gets burned.” -Buddha While I have spent most of my life battling with the extreme emotions that come with bipolar disorder, … Read More

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