Tag Archives: anxiety

Price Matching

I did this by simply price matching the razors then using coupons on top of that! 31 packs of razors = 98 total razors = my cost -34.68!!! My biggest haul yet!! Without knowing the exact price I just know they cost around $9.00 and not including tax it’s over a $279.00 savings! I price […]

Knees to Chest

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Dandelions are beautiful

Spring time is here and it is time that you start seeing dandelions everywhere.  You think they are a weed and must be killed? When I look at a dandelion I see strength and beauty.  In the midst of all the green there is this bright yellow piece of sunshine.  You might be asking what […]

How deep is the mud

I found this on Facebook. I thought an interesting perspective about life. I know I’ve been through my share of mud. My mud has not been any better or worse than others… Just different. Today… Right now I’m thankful for my mud. It’s made me… Me https://iammyownisland.wordpress.com/2016/04/23/how-deep-is-the-mud/

Let’s See That Smile

Here’s a little half-way thru the week humour.  As much as I react when I’m upset …. I don’t eat myself. I’ve definely got one up on the octopus. Next time someone mentions you being over dramatic think about this funny fact and enlighten your accuser with what truly over dramatic looks like, because […] […]

The Threshold of Panic Decreases

I’ve talked about the panic threshold before. I am more susceptible to panic attacks than an average person. The distance between an average state of mind and sheer anxiety decreases the more caffeine I consume, the more my thoughts run rampant and the less I sleep. When this distance has decreased and I’m slightly hypomanic I can […]

Bipolar & Employment

Many people with bipolar disorder hold down jobs, just like everyone else. We get up, swear in traffic, survive on coffee and rant about our bosses behind their backs. But people with bipolar disorder or another mental illness have special challenges when it comes to work. We’re sick more often, we need time off for […]

What We Don’t Want To Do

You’re flying down the freeway, three lanes of traffic jousting for position in anticipation of their upcoming off ramps. To your left, through  blur of grey cement guard rail and lightening-strike lampposts, three more lanes race away behind you to some unknown destination. The view to the right is no less disconcerting as a short, flimsy […]

Anxiety Sucks

This is not a post about how to deal with anxiety. This is a post of what it’s been like for me over that past month. Anxiety sucks. It’s completely annoying. It’s frustrating. A couple weeks ago, I was with my church group at a concert and (luckily I was close enough to home) had […]

Thinking of the past

I know when my mind is in overdrive I rehash every mistake I’ve ever made. I need to focus on where those mistakes have landed me… Molded me into the person I am today. I am a survivor of mental illness. I have taken on demons and won so far every day. I got this […]