2020 has sucked. There are no two ways about it. This year, I watched a lot of my friendships dissipate over politics. And, in a lot of ways, that is just unacceptable. But, you know what… life goes on… does … Continue Reading Reflecting A Bit On 2020: On Friendships, On Psychosis
I like to think about the items I can do to make my road easier. And, I am still confused about the processes of many things. For instance, I now know that a checklist helps me. …When I have the … Continue Reading Blogging Helps Me, Even When I Can’t Help Myself
It is now “mentallyillinamerica.family.blog.” Please let me know if you are having problems viewing the site moving forward. I am in the middle of changing about 40 site links from within my posts. Thanks and have a great day! 🙂
I read into things a lot! And, I am making another appointment with my doctor tomorrow. We met last month, but I need to see him again. I think I need to change my meds. I thought they were working … Continue Reading I Am Angry With Myself
Some people, I know, from first hand experience, aren’t “ready” or “able” to have a voice. Let alone, share a voice. For me, it took quite a long time, before I was “ready” or “able” to find my voice. And, … Continue Reading The Importance Of Having Your Voice Heard
I never would have thought I’d write poetry. Any kind of poetry, really. But, prose… that is my favorite right now! In my distant past, I wrote song lyrics. And now… well you know… it’s poetry! I am grateful for … Continue Reading The Path To Poetry
So, tomorrow is the general election here in the United States. And, most people have voted, or know who they are voting for. Faced with so much school debt, it has become all but impossible for even the smartest, most … Continue Reading Winning At All Costs: Education Woes
I have been posting from my phone a lot lately, and that makes renaming “images” largely inconvenient. So, the change … Continue Reading I Am Not Posting Many “Images” Anymore
I retired the old one in favor of this one… “Mental Health Poetry / Posts That Help Myself And Others” —Mio
I will start off by saying, that my memory isn’t so good. Especially regarding current events. I am at a place where I just feel numb with my symptoms overall. I am in my mid-40’s, and I can’t imagine the … Continue Reading An Awareness Of My Symptoms
NOTE: I am fast becoming a realist. And, at times, I don’t feel like I properly describe my struggles. In fact, I am not sure that I can, or that I even should (sometimes)… but, here they are (in sum)! … Continue Reading A Realist And His Illness
Monday, I wrote a bit about my schedule/to do list. It helps me to have some amount of organization in my life. And, I can feel that with having lists. I rarely get everything done, and am working to feel … Continue Reading My Schedule / To Do List
Blog I very much enjoy the blogosphere. Very. And, I’ve been slowly returning to regular liking and commenting. It does take a lot to find the focus to get a post (or three) written. I certainly can’t do it every … Continue Reading An Update On The State Of My Blog/Life/Illness
Everything’s good btw! 🙂 I have several posts lined up until the end of August 2020. I’ll be back once I’ve had a chance to regroup! Thanks, as always, for reading my blog!
I am imbalanced.A little.Right now.Having missed important medication.I think.It doesn’t help that I don’t feel well.Yes.It’s my illness.I am just trying to get things back to a therapeutic level.No harm, no foul.Except that I don’t feel well.
I am aware of all that can go wrong.While being aware of that which could go right.I am an optimist.But, I lean on the pessimistic side of life.Right now that is.Things can get better.It will require teamwork.But, do people know … Continue Reading It Is That I Am Aware (A Poem)