You’ll have to bear with me on this post. It’s a difficult one to write. I don’t talk about my alcohol intake very often on my blog but I think it’s about time that I did. As most of you know, when you are taking mental health medication it is highly recommended that you don’t drink alcohol. Well like many people with Bipolar I don’t … Continue reading Sober October or Sober forever?
To the girl at the gym, You make me self-conscious and you make me realise everything that’s wrong with me. When you walk onto the running floor every girl looks and you can tell by the look in their eyes that they feel threatened. You’re the real version of a “instagram fitness model” and you damn know it. I lost my confidence big time this … Continue reading To the girl at the gym
Yesterday I attended All Points East (APE) festival at Victoria park in London. I won’t lie, going into this festival I was extremely anxious because I was putting myself in a position that was full of all things bad for me, minus the music of course. Festivals to me before bipolar were the place where I could drink till my hearts content, do substances that … Continue reading All Points East Festival
Firstly, I just want to say a massive thank you for the love and support people have shown my OU post on twitter. I have had some lovely messages and comments from some inspiring people and you are all just fabulous! Anyway! Onto the blog post! I love travelling. LOVE IT. So, when my psychiatrist told me travelling was going to affect my Bi Polar … Continue reading Travelling with Bipolar
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