I’m still alive. I’m sorry for such a long hiatus, but the holiday is always a bad time for me. I hate/love the holidays because my family is around, but the holidays have a way of making you feel less than great when you can’t give anyone anything and you feel shitty inside.
I don’t have any resolutions for the new year. Maybe just to get my life together. I have wasted so much time on just thinking and not doing. It’s a slow process but getting back on your feet isn’t a quick thing. I have to realize where in my life I need improvement and….improve.
2015 for me, probably, will be a year that will push me to a limit. It’s sink or swim for me.
How was your Christmas and new year? I hope you did better than I did. I will be posting a lot more now that I am feeling better…
Wayne Brady has come out and said he has battles with depression He says he is not taking medicine but visiting a therapist.
I feel bad for saying this but it feel nice that celebrities are FINALLY coming out of the “Mental health” closet and telling the world about mental illness in a different light. In this interview because I know Wayne is trying to lighten up the mood by laughing and making jokes, but I know how serious it this. It looks like he kind of uncomfortable to even talk about it.
Sue from http://suesconsideredtrifles.wordpress.com/ made me aware of Blog Action Day this year and we’re just in time to sign up!
Blog Action Day is “is an free annual event, that has run since 2007. It’s aim is to unite the world’s bloggers by posting about the same issue, on the same day, in order to raise awareness and trigger a positive global discussion around an important issue that impacts us all, raises awareness or even funds for not-for-profits associated to the theme issue”
WHAT!!! This year’s topic is INEQUALITY! Let’s share our stories and voices about the inequality of mental health reform!
Sign up at: http://www.blogactionday.org and tell me if you do!
I’m just checking in to see how my BP family is holding up.
I know that I have been absent lately, but know that everything is going well and I am making up for lost time and money.
Don’t worry, the next post will be filled with that’s happening, what new highs my bipolar has taken me to, and what’s next. I look forward to reading what you have been doing as well.
Good luck my friends:)