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Emotional Versus Physical Affairs

I think most people say emotional affairs are worse then physical ones but, I’ll take an emotional affair over a physical any day of my life.

If you’ve read my blogs in the past I was in an unfaithful relationship. I was met with a partner that would have sex on and off with other women which was hurtful. But, when it came down to the betrayal and emotional damage it had, it was the...
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Mood Disorders & Family Vacations

August is around the corner and a lot of families will be taking off to enjoy time together, and embark on fun adventures with their loved ones. This can be hard for parents, and on a child, who may suffer from a mood disorder. I thought about how hard those times could be for me so I thought I’d share a story.

I have a mood disorder, and as a young adult my...
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Just let it go…You let it go!

Recently I have struggled with letting things go and I wonder what it would be like to just go with the flow in life, and let things go. I see other people are able to do it and it’s frustrating. The worst part is when you don’t let things go, you can obsess. Let me share an example:

Last week I went to the laundry mat to drop off a dress. When I went...
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How I Survived a Toxic Relationship

I’ve read a lot of helpful blogs about toxic relationships, for example, signs of being in a toxic relationship, and how to recover from one. It has allowed me to take some time to think about my own previous experience of living in a toxic relationship, and how I got out of one.

When I look back to being in a toxic relationship, I realized that I felt trapped. Signs like manipulation,...
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I refer to my 20’s as the Roaring 20’s cause for the majority of it, I was living in New York in a hypomanic state which looking back was pretty wild. However, sometimes I miss that time. I was hyper social and alive and...
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Stage One: Denial & Isolation Part II

Well, it has officially been a month since my loved one passed, and I am still in the denial phase. In fact, when I get condolence phone calls from people, or emails, or texts, they cry or show such emotion that I’m like okayyyy. Where is my sad face? I am back at work doing my routine. Weird.

I even walked through my loved ones house and felt fine. I saw pictures of us together, and...
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10 Actualities of Living with Bipolar II Without Medication

Sleep: You better get ready for your eyeballs to burn cause my might not sleep for days at a time, or take hours to fall asleep, or not be able to sleep throughout the entire night.
Hyper sexuality: Hope you have a giant box of condoms on hand cause you’re gonna need it.
Extremity: You are going to do everything to the max so fasten your seatbelt.
Speech: Get ready for your loved ones to ask...
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