Post 18: Post-Holiday Hangovers – Both Literal and Emotional

Aka Post-Holiday drop. DO ALL THE THINGS. MAKE WITH THE DECORATIONS. GIFT SHOPPING. GIFT WRAPPING. FAMILY. FRIENDS. PARTIES. COOKING. BAKING. CANDLESTICK MAKING. Okay, not candlestick making. But, point being, the holidays are hard - especially for people who who have mental health problems. Like me, I am bipolar, with stress-induced anxiety. And, while there are … Continue reading Post 18: Post-Holiday Hangovers – Both Literal and Emotional

Post 13: How to use Humor to Deal with your Mental Health Issues

I'd like to give a key mention here to Allie Brosh's Hyperbole and a Half.This is her first book:¬†Hyperbole and a Half: Unfortunate Situations, Flawed Coping Mechanisms, Mayhem, and Other Things That Happened¬†(I haven't read her other books, yet.)Her Twitter: @AllieBroshShe is my inspiration when I write and say humorous things about my mental health. … Continue reading Post 13: How to use Humor to Deal with your Mental Health Issues