BP Magazine Article: Bipolar Depression Distortion

julie-car-head-in-hands-2015It takes a lot longer to worry about getting things done than it does to actually finish a project. This is something I’ve taught myself over the years. As I work on my new book, I have to remind myself to his daily. If I let myself, I would worry more than I would write.

Isn’t amazing how this illness can distort our thoughts to the point we don’t even know who we are anymore?

Isn’t it shocking that we can be fine one day and then suddenly the world turns to black and white and all that was once joyful turns to sand?

It blows my mind that I can be someone who doesn’t worry on one day and then wake up and the worry has taken over my life.

Yes. It is amazing. It is shocking.. This illness is pretty darn powerful. This is why I manage it with my plan. I can’t do this on my own. I need a plan for when the thoughts creep in and tell me LIES. Here is an article I wrote for Bp Magazine on the topic.

Click here to read Depression Distortion: 

 

 

 

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