Bipolar and Turning off the Negative Media to Focus on Self

I greatly believe in our ability to transform. We were not dealt a great hand when it comes to mental health. #Bipolar is difficult. I find it very hard to manage most of my days, but I do it and you can do it.

If the news upsets you, it is possible to turn it off.

If you want to stay alive and not go down a suicidal spiral, you can focus on your life and not the lives of others. We will never know about the lives of others, but we can become incredible experts on ourselves. What a joyful thought!

If someone else dies, it is not a sign you need to die. It is sign you can keep going with what is working. You are strong.

Change starts with me. In my body and within my mind. If I am not happy with how I look, only I can change this. If I want a mind free from chaos, it is up to me to seek help.

Let’s focus on a positive approach. Bipolar sucks, but I am going to do all I can to manage it.

Having an ill brain wears me out, so I am going to surround myself with people who are fun and kind and uncomplicated.

I feel upset and worried for no reason much of the time. I can put this in my journal so that I don’t take it out on others.

FREEDOM. Freedom from a racing mind. Freedom from unhappy relationships. Freedom from being upset and worried and depressed. That is my goal.

I have freedom from mania. Now, I want freedom from unhappiness.

We are so powerful. I will now practice what I teach and turn off all media, including Facebook until I am done with my most recent project. I know we are strong. We create our beautiful lives.



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