Tag: guest blogger

Cookie Theory

Today’s guest blogger is Janet, whose blog is Bipolar Me.   Many of you are probably already familiar with Spoon Theory (and if you’re not, go here and read it: http://www.butyoudontlooksick.com/wpress/articles/written-by-christine/the-spoon-theory/).   The Spoon Theory written by Christine Miserandino – But You Dont Look Sick? support for those with invisible illness or chronic illness www.butyoudontlooksick.com Please take the time to read…

Managing Mental Illness is a Hero’s Journey

Today’s guest blogger is Anthony Simeone, whose excellent blog is Live the Hero.     Have you heard of a guy named Joseph Campbell? It’s getting sorta trendy to talk about a concept he championed: the hero’s journey. Mr. Campbell (or Joe, as I like to call him) named it the monomyth, but that’s not as sexy as calling it…

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The Depression Diet

Today’s guest blogger is Janet over at Bipolar Me. She is a freelance writer/editor with bipolar disorder, type 2. Her excellent blog has made me a fan of hers for many years. I suggest you follow the link and take a look around. You’ll become a fan too. It seems that Target (and other stores) can now send, well, targeted…

Autumn in San Francisco

Today’s post is by guest blogger Rob Goldstein of Art by Rob Goldstein. I enjoy Rob’s blog because of the variety of topics he covers. On any day you may find he posted about Art, Politics, Photography, GLBTQ Issues, Mental Health and more. Thank you Rob for sharing these beautiful photos from around San Francisco: I love Autumn in San…

Manic Adventures

I read a lot of blogs. A whole lot. In fact, I subscribe to over 120 of them. Of course, it’s not possible to read all of them every day, but I do have my go-to’s that I never miss if at all possible. Today’s guest blogger writes one of my must-reads. I never miss it because she is always…

Brain vs Brain

Today’s post is from one of my favorite bloggers, Janet from Bipolar Me Having bipolar disorder is like having cognitive dissonance all the time. What is cognitive dissonance? When people ask, I usually describe it as when the two halves of your brain slam forcefully into each other and give you a brain-ache. It’s also known as “brain go ‘splodey.”…

Seeking Guest Bloggers

I need some guest bloggers. I’ve had only a few guests write articles for me and I’d like to change that. I don’t expect it to be only about bipolar disorder – it can be most any type of article related to mental health. Hell, I’d be happy to entertain the idea that it be unrelated to mental health. Share…