Category Archives: Mental Health

Broken Heart

I often wonder why?  So many questions with no answers. Things have been going rather well with my husband.  We had a huge blow up, I lost my temper and he lost his.  And the dam opened and words came … Continue reading

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The Runner

If things don’t go your way, you run. Always half in and half out. You humiliate me in front of my family. Storm out and throw gravel while in the middle of a cookout. Come home and sleep for 7 … Continue reading

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Thoughts left to me from Robin Williams

I’ve heard many things over the past few days that deeply saddened and angered me.  I’ve read a lot of mistruths and many people who think they are saying the right things with empathy. Take for example: Things will get … Continue reading

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Paradise

During a highly manic phase and one hellacious winter, my husband booked a trip to an all inclusive resort in Montego Bay, Jamaica.  To say I was pissed would be an understatement.  I’m in college and we make it work, … Continue reading

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Goodbye

There’s not much I can do or say when he tells me he’s not happy.  There’s nothing left but tears when he tells me I’m the reason he’s manic.  There’s nothing more I can say except I love you and … Continue reading

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It Always Ends

I knew it wouldn’t last.  Superficially, I smiled, hoped, and pretended that it would.  Yet, deep down, I knew it wouldn’t.  This time is different, however. There was no argument between us.  There was no hostility.  Nothing was said in … Continue reading

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Emotionally Abusive??

Living with a spouse who has bipolar is not easy.  While nowhere near as hard as it is on my husband, life is dictated by his mood of the day.  Without much recourse, except to accept it, help him, ignore … Continue reading

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