Guest Post

Bipolar Makes A Mess: Can Counseling help? – Guest post by happygrumpymom

The following is a guest post submitted by happygrumpymom from over at http://www.happygrumpymom.wordpress.com and is published with both her permission and my thanks… Bipolar Makes A Mess: Can Counseling help? Managing my bipolar disorder is difficult – and yes, sometimes it makes “normal” life impossible. For the times when I come out of the mess – […]

Ten Things I’ve Learned from My Depression – Guest Post by Surviving The Specter

The following is a guest post submitted by Chris over at Surviving the Specter and is published with his permission. At the head of his post Chris places the following note: “Note to Reader: This post mentions my suicide attempt. If this is a trigger, please do not read it at this time. May peace find […]

We’ll Miss You Steve – Guest post by Lily Pup.

As you know, I sometimes post guest posts submitted by our members. It is something which I like to do as not only does it allow our members to catch a first-hand glimpse of the writing styles of other members but it also affords members which an additional avenue through which they can share their […]

The Illness That Defines You – Guest Post by Miss Bipolar.

As many of you know, I sometimes publish (and actively encourage) guest posts from folk.  I do so as I truly believe that it is important that we as a community get to share and in order the provide folk with an opportunity to actively contribute to the guild.   I do of course reserve the right […]

Where Is Your Safe Place? – Guest post by Annie from gentlekindness’s blog.

“Alas, Poor Yorick, I knew him well” Being silly, I placed my hand like this over the glass and quoted Hamlet by Shakespeare. In the gravedigger scene, Prince Hamlet picks up a random skull and says “alas , poor Yorick. I knew him well” This is my sense of silly humor when I am not […]