You’re Just Like Me: OhTemp

This week is Alex from www.savingmommyblog.wordpress.com . Her blog is really helpful for people whom have a mental illness with kids. This is a great account of her life.

HEY ALEX!

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You’re Just Like Me: OhTemp

This week’s guest will be… me, OhTemp from Bipolar, Unemployed & Lost!I haven’t done one yet so I thought I might jump in line. I am really glad to be able to tell my story and the story of others with Mental Illness. We need to build a better system where we all can achieve maximum quality healthcare and understanding. Don’t give up on yourself and the ones you love.

Please send in your “You’re Just Like Me” Q&A! Love for you to share your story

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You’re Just Like Me: Jacque from GODisms

This week my guest blogger Jacque from GODisms  “She is a full-time Graphic Designer with 25 years in the business, Mother of 2 boys and have been married to my Hubs for 20 years this June. She blog on my godism.wordpress.com page.  She is a Christian so my posts revolve around how God has led her to healing, and to become a better more relaxed person who is dealing with BP.”

Welcome Jacque, everyone!!

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You’re Just Like Me: Anonymous

This week my guest blogger is UNKNOWN. No really, I can not release any information about them because I don’t have any, but I still think its awesome that they wanted to share their story with us! Whether anonymous or not, each story is different and a much needed release in our sad covered up world of mental health. Please join me and welcoming them and tell them how brave they are to do this..

I wish more of us were like them…

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You’re Just Like Me: Rebecca Moore

This week my guest blogger is Rebecca Moore. Rebecca is a blogger for the International Bipolar Foundation. She also serves on their Consumer Advisory Council and co-runs a Bipolar Parenting support group here in her area. She is also helping her local mental health brethren in her  local hospital on their Behavioral Health Initiative Program.

She has also released her second book “Moorestorms Bipolar Warning Signs” It’s available only on kindle for .99 cents !!

YAY REBECCA!

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