My New Therapist (Part 4)

Every week I have a very productive appointment with my therapist. The 45 minutes go by so fast but I always leave feeling different than when I came in. Sometimes happier, sometimes vulnerable, sometimes angry. The second and third ones I mentioned have nothing to do with my therapist keep in mind. She is still […]

One Year Later…

I started my blog over a year ago now. Then: Two days after I published my very first post, I was dragged over to the Emergency Room for a panic attack I was having in the middle of the night. My idea back then was that everything I was struggling with, that I was the […]

My New Therapist (Part 3)

(I am holding off on writing and posting the remaining chapters of my “My Traumatic Adolescence” series. It was really hard actually to write Parts 1 & 2 and those represented the less darker times during the period of my life the series focuses on. But they still brought up a lot of emotions. So […]

My New Therapist (Part 2)

Recently I have been feeling a lot better about where I am at. 2019 has started out on an okay note. Mostly. I get triggered from watching the news about the current (STILL) government shutdown over here in the U.S. and how it is having what is pretty much a life-threatening¬† effect on several workers […]

How Twitter Saved My Life (Part 3)

Just having that boost of confidence from talking to one caring person on the My Disability Matters site made it much easier for me to get myself over to the Behavioral Health office and use this new appointment as the opportunity to self advocate for myself to get officially diagnosed with Bipolar. When I met […]

My New Therapist

Last week was very dark for me. First off, there were some family related problems I don’t want to talk about on this blog obviously, but it was scary for all of us for a few days. Anyway, that same week I had another appointment with my psychiatrist. I came in there with two things […]

I Will Never Stop

I was taken away from public school to a physically and mentally abusive school. But I kept going I was so depressed after so many school tried to bring me down as a pre-teen But I kept going I felt like nobody understood me But I kept going I was stuck in schools for years […]