Anxiety speaks

Song of the day: “Hey Alice” – Rachel Rose Mitchell  I’m feeling restless, and it won’t go away. I’m trying to find something to do to ease the anxiety. Colour in a colouring book? No. Knitting? No. People who can actually ease their anxiety through such activities can’t have very severe anxiety. I’ll probably get […]

“Why can’t you just forget? “

If I had £5 for everytime I’m asked this question I would be able to pay for private therapy. Another one is ” you’ve got a beautiful family now, just concentrate on that ‘ ”  I’ve learned now just to not respond, probably makes me sound rude but it’s better than the response I want […]

Life from a slightly disturbed mind’s perspective

This is my first post. I would like to excuse myself for any grammatical error you may find here; English is not my first language. I hope that my story can help others cope with their situations.     Bipolar diaries: Life from a slightly disturbed mind’s perspective. By: Anonymous   I was first diagnosed […]

The Rollercoaster

‘Emotionally Unstable Personality Disorder and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder’. That’s what the psychiatrist in the hospital said. Finally, after years of psychological turmoil and endless waiting, I could put a name to these terrible things which were troubling me. Obviously I’d done my own research and had my own ideas, but to have someone properly […]