Written by Hannah Blum, author of The Truth About Broken: The Unfixed Version of Self-Love When you live with mental illness, loving yourself feels wrong. As someone diagnosed with bipolar, I understand this internal battle. We live in a society that tells us we are unlovable, inadequate, unworthy, and deranged individuals. Enough is enough. It’s time we … Continue reading 10 Self-Love Tips for People With Mental Illness
Written by Hannah Blum Vivien Leigh was a British actress whose charm, ambition, and sophistication captured the attention of all those who met her. She is considered to be one of the best actresses of all time. Leigh’s acting career skyrocketed when she won the role of Scarlett O’Hara in one of history’s most iconic … Continue reading Gone with the Wind, Lost in Her Mind: Vivien Leigh and Her Life with Bipolar
Finding Your T-Spot: Trauma Isn’t Sexy, but We Need to Talk About It Guest Post by: Dr. Heidi Green Finding Your T-Spot: Trauma Isn’t Sexy, but We Need to Talk About It There are a lot of hot topics in the mental health arena right now. People love to talk about self-empowerment, ending toxic relationships, … Continue reading Finding Your T-Spot: Trauma Isn’t Sexy, but We Need to Talk About It
Written by Hannah Blum, author of The Truth About Broken: The Unfixed Version of Self-Love. Social media has its pros and cons, but one primary reason I love it is that it’s become a platform for mental health accounts to flourish. If you’ve followed my blog, you know that Instagram is my favorite, no offense … Continue reading Best Mental Health Instagram Accounts to Follow
If you are looking for me to say how much I hate my life with bipolar 2 disorder, you will not find it in this post. It does not define me, but it is a significant part of who I am. If you erase bipolar, you erase me as a whole. I am never going to live without it, and I want to give others a taste of my reality. I do not place pressure on myself to be perfect. I am honest. This is my mind; this is my journey. Here is a little bit of what it is like to live in the mind of a woman diagnosed with bipolar 2 disorder.
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