Bipolar Disorder, Everyday Life, recovery, Uncategorized

When Anxiety Attacks

I am stable.  My mood has been even.  I am neither high nor low, depressed nor manic.  It is such a gift.  It has enabled me to accomplish much over the last 6 or 7 weeks.  I am thrilled to be in this place of stability. However, life is not all hunky doory.  I have… Continue reading When Anxiety Attacks

Bipolar Disorder, Everyday Life, recovery, Uncategorized

I am woman hear me roar!~

Helen Reddy sang the song, I am Woman back in 1971 with the first line of the lyrics stating “I am woman hear me roar”… the following lyrics were: …In numbers too big to ignore And I know too much to go back an' pretend 'Cause I've heard it all before And I've been down… Continue reading I am woman hear me roar!~

Bipolar Disorder, Everyday Life, recovery, Uncategorized

A Babble: Faith and Trust

I was driving the other day, much like I do every day and it hit me that I have faith.  I have faith that my brakes are going to work, and that the brakes of the person behind me are going to work.  Being a person who has suffered from major driving anxiety, I am… Continue reading A Babble: Faith and Trust

Bipolar Disorder, Everyday Life, recovery, Uncategorized

New Year Resolutions, or the lack there of

It is the second day of the new year and I have not exercised at all.  Nor have I started eating better or any of the other resolutions that are usually put in place at the end of the previous year and the beginning of new year.  The only thing that I have achieved is… Continue reading New Year Resolutions, or the lack there of

Bipolar Disorder, Everyday Life, recovery, Uncategorized

I laughed, I cried, it moved me Bob…

When I was young, I used to watch VHS tapes of a show called Veggie Tales.  In the series, computer generated vegetables would go on “adventures” and learn about Bible principles, as well as ways to live the most optimum life.  In one episode, there was a point where Larry the Cucumber said to Bob… Continue reading I laughed, I cried, it moved me Bob…