Monthly Archives: May 2014

Statistics

The numbers are shocking….and sad.  I hate that so many suffer in silence because of the stigma attached.  Weakness, crazy, unworthy.  To me you are strong, unique, and beautiful. Thanks to: http://cmeblogspot.files.wordpress.com/2014/05/infographic-mh.png Advertisements

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Rejected

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I See

My husband was upfront and honest with me concerning his disease.  Not to say that it is an easy thing for him to accept, but he is very vocal about it.  Sometimes, I find myself kicking him under the table … Continue reading

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Take time to stop and smell the flowers

My husband booked a trip to Jamaica that is quickly approaching.  The trip was a complete shock to say the least.  It was booked at 3 in the morning during a manic phase that left him with no sleep for … Continue reading

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The Phone Call

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I press number three to play the message. His voice jumps through the phone and squeezes my heart so hard I have to sit down. He’s singing to me. Happy birthday to you. Happy birthday to you. Happy…

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Beyond Cruel

The days are getting better.  The sunshine and warmth definitely do a bipolar depressive funk good. There are still unbearable days that leave me in tears, literally.  Words are spoken that rip at my heart.  Silence dominates our days and … Continue reading

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Keep Calm and Shut the F*%& Up

My husband is able to work just a few days a week during a good week.  We’ve managed to arrange our schedules so well that we don’t have to take our son or my older two children to a babysitter.  … Continue reading

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