Tuesday marked my second cataract surgery, this time on the left eye. This time I wasn't anxious about the procedure. I could go through the whole thing in my head and not spark one bit of stress. However, when the hospital called with my time a new dread flowed through my nerves. I was once …
There is a scene in the movie "Bohemian Rhapsody" or BoRhap as the band and fans had nicknamed the song by the same name, where Freddie Mercury is talking to a waiter in his home after a wild party. The waiter is gay and Freddie makes a move on him but the guy backs off. …
This is one of the best posts or articles I have ever read on the subject of bipolar. It is loud and it does whisper and with a lot of hard work, you can come to a point of recovery. And this version of “The Sound of Silence” is one of my favorites!
I totally agree with everything Rebekah says about strength, courage, how it affects relationships and the importance of God in the equation.
This is definitely worth the read.
“My loud b;polar
roars fear, anger and sorrow
and whispers hope, inspiration and love
at the same time.”
~written by Susan Walz
If you ever wondered about the title of my blog, My Loud Bipolar Whispers, I will explain it the best I can…
The definition of loud is producing or capable of producing much noise and is easily audible; with a great deal of volume. Synonyms for loud are noisy, deafening, roaring, thunderous and powerful.
The definition of whisper is speak very softly using one’s breath without one’s vocal cords, especially for the sake of privacy. The synonyms for whisper are murmur, mumble and hiss.
In simplest terms bipolar disorder is a mental disorder (or as I like to refer to it as a brain disease) marked by alternating periods of elation and depression. Bipolar disorder is a mental health condition that causes extreme mood swings that include emotional…
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