I know this song is about an abusive relationship but it sums up my relationship with Bipolar so well. On the first page of our story The future seemed so bright Then this thing turned out so evil I don’t know why I’m still surprised Even angels have their wicked schemes And you take that to new extremes But you’ll always be my hero Even … Continue reading My Bipolar song
So here we are, at the end of a bank holiday. I haven’t broken my non alcohol ban and I’m completely sober! Accomplishment I think so! Well done Rosie! The bank holiday worried me. Normally on a bank holiday I’d go out on the Friday night with a bunch of friends and get off my nutter – yes I’m using the word nutter. Wake up … Continue reading My first bank holiday sober
Although I’ve only been seeing my current psychiatrist for a short period of time he has taught me ALOT. So I thought I’d share a few lessons with you. It’s ok to admit you need help after denying it for years. For years I’ve denied the possibility that I may have bi polar. After going through treatment for an eating disorder and body dysmorphic I was done with medical … Continue reading 4 Things I’ve Learnt From My Psychiatrist
So you’ve been diagnosed with Bi Polar type 2 and then told that you can no longer drink. GREAT. Being someone who lives in an alcohol fuelled city, where going to the pub is just another everyday attitude, this was my worst nightmare. I realised that I don’t see many bloggers talking about this side of bi polar or addressing it, so I thought I’d … Continue reading The two that got away
I love getting to know other bloggers and learning about their stories and I also follow A LOT on social media. The most common question I get from fellow bloggers is why haven’t I got my social media synced? The answer was simply, I’ve never felt the need. Although over the past month I have realised I can only communicate so much via comments on … Continue reading Twitter!
I’ve literally had this blog post open for the past two days. I don’t really know what to say. I don’t know how to start it. I don’t know how I feel about it. After a two hour appointment with my physiatrist on Tuesday 10th April 2018 it was made official. Every single worry and thought I’ve had over the last two years has been confirmed. The assumption became … Continue reading The post I never thought I’d have to write