Introduction This is it. This is the end. Episode 8 – The End Poems None Interviews None Music and Sound Effects None
Introduction Dealing with an eating disorder can be a nightmare. Dealing with an eating disorder on top of psychiatric issues with weight-gaining medication thrown in can make it all the more difficult. In this episode I explore eating, body image, and frustration. Episode 7 – Breaking Mirrors Poems Portrait (Excerpt) Fat Girl Eating Donuts Extroverts […]
Introduction While bipolar disorder has a huge impact on the person suffering from it, that person’s friends and family are also greatly impacted by this disease. I explore friendships, relationships, and caretaking for people with mental illness. I also talk to my parents about life with a bipolar child and how much fun it is! […]
This is the 5th episode of my podcast. I hope you enjoy it!
Introduction The word Stigma means “a mark of disgrace associated with a particular circumstance, quality, or person.” To people with mental illness, stigma is all too real. I explore this concept and discuss the difficulty living in a world that still stigmatizes mental illness. Episode 4 – Stigma Tau Delta Poems Where I Come From […]
Introduction I go in for my psych evaluation. Before then, I completely freak out about it. Although I’ve had an evaluation before, I’m very nervous about getting another diagnosis or hearing there’s more wrong with me than I previously thought. I also try to work on my scheduling. Which turns out to be more complicated […]
Introduction Work life can get complicated no matter who you are, but when you’re working and have a mental illness, things can get really complicated. In this episode I get a performance review, my first ever at work, and talk to friends about performance reviews and how mental health impacts your work life at every […]
Introduction From the ashes of my previous podcast project comes Lost at Sea. It’s a project I’m going to be doing over the next few weeks to document my psychiatric care and my life with bipolar disorder. I plan on talking to friends with mental health issues, possibly my doctors if they will let […]