March 30th was the World Awareness Day, and nobody cared. To my knowledge, no major media made any reference to it and mentioned the issues that we are facing. We missed a golden opportunity to raise awareness regarding our illness. A mandatory first step to start to break the stigmas. Nobody did anything significant to … Continue reading I Am Still Angry And Frustrated.
Every single morning is the same thing. I can’t get up! The alarm is on snooze for at least half hour until I find a way to kick myself out of bed. I have no choice as I have to drive my boys to school. We are so isolated that even the school bus doesn’t drive … Continue reading I Don’t Do Mornings Well.
President Trump may be what he is, brash and harsh, but at least they aren't any ambiguities in his policies and opinions. He conveys his views to the world as he sees them. Trump goes straight to his point being politically correct not. It is quite clear that he doesn’t care whether the press and … Continue reading Governments Want Stigmas.
Since I started my blog two and a half month ago. I shared with the community, two or three times my deepest feelings when I wasn’t at my best (still are), being down and full of doubts and pain. Every single time I received loads of words of encouragement, support and motivation. As far as … Continue reading We Are Stronger Than We Think.
“Learn from your mistakes” and “what doesn’t kill you makes you stronger” Both statements do not apply to me. As I keep making the same mistakes and killing myself slowly in the process. Let’s take the traumatic incident over my laptop. Traumatic is not an exaggeration as everybody got hurt by it; my wife, the children and me … Continue reading Facing the stigmas through our lines of conducts.
“The important thing is to never stop questioning” Albert Einstein. I have read a countless number of articles, which triggered some questions as far as their veracity and accuracy. They are so many “facts”, opinions, statistics published out there by so many self-proclaimed experts on mental illness and bipolarity, that they’ve managed to generate massive … Continue reading True Facts and Figures About Bipolarity
Since February 15, we haven’t seen or heard any apology from President Trump concerning his harmful comments regarding the mentally ill community in regards to the shootings in Florida. With the exception of few mental health specialists and advocates whom publicly defended us as a non-violent community and mentioned the damaging comments adding stigmas that … Continue reading We Deserve An Apology.
President Trump emphasized school safety and mental health in a speech after the shooting in Florida, but avoided mention of gun control Thursday, February 15, 2018 12:18 PM EST. The New York Times I usually catch up with the news in the morning and saw this garbage written above. It put me in a … Continue reading It’s all about the mighty buck, ain’t it?
“– If assisted dying was legalized and made available to those suffering from incurable mental illness, people would not need to resort to suicide methods that cause trauma and disruption to others (e.g. jumping in front of a train). – Just because someone is depressed or suicidal, doesn’t mean they are thinking “irrationally”. In fact, … Continue reading The Right To Die.
This could be my first “controversial” post. I have two major problems; one is with celebrities coming forward and stating that they suffer from bipolarity and the other is a Bipolar Foundation in North America. .What you will read is my opinion and my opinion only, and not a blanket statement in the name of … Continue reading Only bipolars can have bipolars listen to them.