‘When everything means nothing, we all need something to mean something. You mean something….’
The aim of the site is a workshop where people can develop good habits and journal their unique individual journey. The target is to become a better and healthier person and see what changes in your Bi-polar! The bottom line is help others to help themselves. No one can help you, unless you help yourself!
Why do this?
- Because it helps to have control in your life and I want to see if it will help others. So help me by becoming a scientist. If it works for me it could for you? I believe that learning new things and adopting new habits could redefine the mental health world. Yes, life is complex and money often gets in the way but this is true for everyone. Im interested in the process of keeping well. Sometimes this means changing your expectations and adapting your relationships. Its great to have people you trust and a support system. I struggle sometimes with relationships but I have support and friendship. If you are on your own it doesn’t necessarily mean your lonely. Everyone has the potential to lead fulfilling lives if they choose.
- Why should I read your blog?
- You have a choice not to, but if you do read this blog I hope you can find at least one useful thing that will help you.
‘Help others to help themselves and find things you enjoy or are passionate about’
I am blogging privately with my own personal journal (not for others eyes) and publicly because I want to create a system that people can adapt to their own. This is because when I was ill there was no handbook I felt I was doomed and nothing I could do. Yet here I am 20 years later, still alive and living a fulfilling life. However, to become the best I can be I want to use my system to flourish with Bi-polar disorder. I know some things that have helped me and want to experiment to see if these are universal or individual.
What topics do you think you’ll write about?
I want to write about all topics towards leading a balanced life and my focus is on learning new things and ideas and hobbies that involve creativity.
Who do you want to connect with?
People with similar conditions or struggles and people in industries of rehabilitation.
What qualifications do you have?
I have Bi-polar with over 20 years experience. I have a degree in Sports Science, Psychology and English Literature. And other hobby based qualifications.