Christina Huff of Ask A Bipolar Mental Health Hero #MentalHealthMonth
Christina “Christi” Huff 2013 Mental Health Hero Cartoon-A-Thon
Drawing by Chato Stewart
Christi, aka The Bipolar Hot Mess, has been blogging in the mental health field since April 2011. She got her start while searching for support with her bipolar disorder because she was feeling quite alone and misunderstood with her illness and what she was going through. This opportunity came by becoming a blogger for the website Ask A Bipolar. Shortly after she started blogging there,… READ MORELP 14 – Sweet Pea 11 - Precious 10 and Belly 7
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Thanks to my wife Joan Winifred for her careening help and compassion for the past 21 years.
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Bonus My kids’ Drawings:LP 14* Sweet Pea 11 * Sweet Pea 11 Precious 10 *Precious 10 Belly 7*Belly 7
Stewart, C. (2013). Christina Huff of Ask A Bipolar Mental Health Hero #MentalHealthMonth. Psych Central. Retrieved on April 21, 2015, from http://blogs.psychcentral.com/humor/2013/05/christina-huff-of-ask-a-bipolar-mental-health-hero-mentalhealthmonth/