Things have been up and down lately but overall I feel as though I’m coping pretty well. I have been struggling with some new symptoms of dizziness, headaches and blurry vision. I’m in the middle of waiting to see what is causing it, there are a few possibilities from the doctor.
Today I have the great honour of having the lovely and talented Charlotte Underwood featuring on my blog. She is someone I greatly admire, she is a fantastic writer and a wonderful mental health advocate. Continue reading
Today is one of those dreaded days. I feel completely fatigued and I am really struggling to work (I work from home which I’m blessed to be able to do but on these days it’s hard to focus).
Hi all. This is my latest walk from a couple of nights ago, I’m desperately trying to make them more regular, and will keep updating my progress, but fibromyalgia loves to make that difficult. I keep reminding myself that I’m doing my best, and doing all I can. My determination is strong and I will keep plodding along towards my goals.
Having a mental illness like Bipolar Disorder, connections are vital in order to cope with the symptoms and to live daily life. For me, those vital connections are those with other people, my support system, which I feel very lucky to have.
Closer it comes, I see it advancing, Laughing to itself quietly, Practically prancing.
Towards me it skips, Joyful and mocking, It’s ugly intent, Painfully shocking.
I can make you full of life,
Exhilarated, passionate and elated.
I can make your thoughts run fast,
Make them electric and creative.