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Postcard #6: Actions, Not Resolutions

Postcards From The Fog, A Journey Shared, by Michael Galli Postcard #6: Actions, Not Resolutions, 31 December 2014 December 31: The day that news feeds, tweets timelines and blog notifications fill with retrospectives and resolution promises. Not a bad thing at all. There are very real therapeutic benefits for the people posting like this. Especially,[…]

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10,220 Days of Reflection: World Bipolar Day

I have been diagnosed with Bipolar Disorder for 10,220 days. 10,220 DAYS AGO Today is World Bipolar Day. I am a Chronically Awesome, Thriving Survivor of a mood disorder that I share with 10 million Americans. As someone with Bipolar Disorder, I cannot help but think of all that I have accomplished in spite of what[…]

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Changes

Changes, by Barbie C. Changes David Bowie’s song, “Changes” relates to us all. As humans, we depend on constant. We depend on dependability. When all of a sudden within our comfort, something different happens in our routine or expectations of life. We become this cartoon character with hair up, arms, legs up and mouth wide[…]

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Bipolar Disorder – Wings of Wax

Wings of Wax – Bipolar Disorder by FibroSub This is my bipolar This is the curse of bipolar. Sometimes I long for my mania, other times I fear it. When I am manic, I can be full of energy, productive and bright. At the same time, I can be paranoid, sadistic and as vengeful as[…]

A Chronically Awesome Way to Start the Day

A Chronically Awesome Way To Start The Day by Alisha F. This morning I was reading a wonderful blog posted via chronicallyawesome.org that gave me a few helpful tips that would help me make my chronically ill life more #ChronicallyAwesome. Today I shall implement a few of them in a post that will help start my day right. 1.[…]

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It’s Not The Guilt, It’s The Shame

It’s Not The Guilt, It’s The Shame by Jules Shapiro originally posted 3/3/15 I remember the night that the boy in the torn jeans and ratty t-shirt told the girl in the suit jacket, tight skirt, and corset that he could not make her feel guilty. “No one can make you feel guilty, only you can[…]