Welcome To My Bipolar Mind

|You Are Not Alone|

If you found this site, you were most likely looking for some kind of Mental Health or Addictions information or resources. If that is the case, you are definitely in the right place! If not, take some time and look around – there are some very intriguing and useful topics for you to check out on here.

We are working hard to make this site a place where people who either have a mental disorder, emotional disorder, or an addiction issue can find the information they need. Plus, we also share our own personal stories regarding our everyday lives and struggles with some of the absurd things that we have either gone through or are currently going through.

We also want to be able to help loved ones, family members, and friends who have someone in their life that struggle with any kind of mental health issues. It is not always only the people who have these disorders that can have a difficult time, but also the people that are in their everyday life. We understand it is not always easy. 

Between Jazmine and myself, we have 20+ years of professional experience working with individuals who have varying mental disorders, intellectual disabilities, or addictions issues; that is just our work life experiences. We have personal experiences dealing with these things, first-hand, for essentially our entire lives.

We hope you will take the time to explore our site, and if you like what you see…

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If you would like to contact us, please email us at: ContactMyBipolarMind@gmail.com

Thank You,

Samantha, Gary & Jazmine

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  1. Raw. Honest. The author takes you on a ride that most will not completely understand. Anyone that deals with Bipolar depression will feel all too familiar with the dialogue. Those that do not might, hopefully, gain an insight into the Bipolar mind. That place is a chaotic and fearful place to live. I know because I live there. Where every Bipolar mind is different, there are so many similarities. Knowing we are not alone, helps create for us a place of comfort as well as sadness knowing that others feel the way we do. I found this book to be almost too close to home and yet it pulled me in closer. Thank you for bringing the depth of Bipolar disorder into the light for others to see. Too many of us that suffer from this illness tend to hide from others for fear of living less than human. Well done.

    • Thank you so much, David. Your words mean so much to me. I am beyond thrilled that you liked my book. Being bipolar, I am my own worst critic. I am sorry that you are going through this rollercoaster ride too. I’m glad, yet sadened that you can relate. It helps others know that they are not alone. I hope that you have a fantastic day!

  2. Thanks for posting this. I have been reading your posts for quite a while and it always brings me back!
    I’m a long time follower, but I have never been compelled to leave a comment until I started my own gaming blog.

  3. Good Morning sometimes you feel like you are the only one who is feeling unwell especially when it’s not a good day so to know you are not alone can really lift your mood and spirit well done and thanks x

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