Please Note: This piece is written solely from a personal perspective. I am in no way implying that anyone with low grades or laziness has a mental illness. I remember back in Grade 8 my English teacher told my parents that I just "ambled" through school, and life, and if I just gave it a …
To say I couldn’t have said it better myself would be a total understatement. This is a very honest and real description how life with bipolar can be. Not just the physical and emotional toll it takes on a person but how it affects work and daily life.
I am happy today,
as joyful as can be.
My eyes shimmer,
sparkle and shine
from this joy of mine.
Thinking thoughts of pleasant delight,
everything about today feels right.
The day is mine
for me to shine.
I feel so very happy, I must say
because I don’t have to work today.
It is a miracle that I can work at all. I feel very blessed that I can finally work again, especially at a job I like and that works for me. I work part-time and my company is very good at making sure they keep my hours within the allocated amount of hours and money I can make each month due to the constraints and rules from my insurance company.
I find it rather ironic, that society wants us to get healthy enough, so we can go back to work but then they make…
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