Full Circle

full circle

Well, I guess by now you know a lot about me!
My crazy childhood, my eccentric mother, being a bipolar mom, and my bipolar disorder.

I guess this blog takes us full circle.

I have a million and one stories to tell. I’m sure I wont get boring to soon, lol.


I wanted to take a moment to thank you all, who’ve read, and commented on my articles. I appreciate the support!

thank you

My history like many others has been full of ups, and downs. But lively to say the least.

I’m proud to report my family and I are doing quite well. Through medication, therapy, and regular doctors visits I’ve stable for a while now.

enjoy the little things

I’m a strong devoted woman, eager to keep this disorder under control. Continue my balance, and happiness.

A BIG part in THANKS is due to my husband who is my biggest support! Whom I love and adore!

wonderful husband

My family is my key strength. They are my world. I will fight this bipolar disorder tooth, and nail!

If you would like to comment, or share your story. Please do so in the comments, or DM me personally via twitter.



Living with type 1 bipolar disorder, PTSD (due to childhood trauma), Rapid Cycling, and Seasonal Affective Disorder. Writing about my life experiences.

0 thoughts on “Full Circle

  • August 23, 2014 at 11:33 pm

    Thank you for sharing your story so openly. I know I’ve been reading because I can identify with a lot of what you’ve shared since I found your blog. I have a great spouse, but honestly, I feel like I’m a burden on her, and her future because I’m not successful like I used to be. I used to be the provider. I made money, paid for all the groceries, took us out all the time. It’s now been close to three years without any real money other than meager government assistance. It does a number on your self esteem.

    I try to think of the little things I’m grateful for. They keep me going. That and curiosity. They say it killed the cat, but I say it keeps the bipolar alive.


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