I went to work. I met with a friend. I came home. I’m watching TV with Rob. I’m doing everything I should be doing. Yet I still feel this horrible gaping feeling in my chest. I am going through the motions, smiling when I need to, laughing when I am supposed to but there is… Read More Penny For My Thoughts?
So I was asked to come in for an unscheduled or emergency session if you will. The walk to the Doc’s office took ten minutes longer thanks to the drowsiness of the seroquel increase. I sat across from his as always and began to explain to him the symptoms I have been experiencing. The Doc… Read More Beneath the Surface
26 November 2016 I ended up falling asleep sometime after 1 this morning. I wake up roughly 5 hours later, rested and energised. I try to make myself sleep more because the part of me that is still monitoring my symptoms knows that a decreased need for sleep is not a good sign. Who cares… Read More Weekend Part Two
This post is one of two parts. I generally write draft posts throughout the day so you can see my thoughts, symptoms and moods as they happen. 25th November 2016 It’s Friday. I had poor sleep last night again because I have become increasingly afraid of the dark. I come back to my desk to… Read More Weekend Part One
I am so afraid to close my eyes because I will hear that voice again, singing ever so eerily. I am staring towards my bedroom door, my whole body faces that way to keep an eye out for what I KNOW is lurking in the shadows. I can FEEL it there watching me and waiting… Read More The Things That Go Bump In The Night
Living with Bipolar is extremely exhausting and difficult. Bipolar affects every aspect of your life, starting off in the confines of your own mind and slowly seeping out and infecting every part of your being, your relationships, your job and your quality of life. Bipolar is not a visible illness but it is incredibly disabling.… Read More Living With Bipolar