Is Leaving Your Bipolar Husband A Good Idea?

The mental illness your spouse suffers with is something that is happening to your entire family. All are affected and it is nobody's fault. It is not your fault, your spouse's or your children's fault! It is an unfortunate illness. You cannot fix your spouse. There is nothing you can do to make him or her well, so don't feel compelled to try. The solution is make it very, very clear that you are willing to move forward together, if they are willing to comply with their treatment plan. Then, take those past hurts, but them on a boat in your mind, and let them set sail.

Feeling Burnout? Fatigued?Answer These 12 Questions To Assess Your Level of Self-Care

At some point, you need to ask yourself the difficult questions in order to determine whether you are doing the right thing by you. It’s up to you to protect your own self from mental health issues, burnouts, and fatigue. Luckily there is an easy way to do so and you can assess whether you … Continue reading Feeling Burnout? Fatigued?Answer These 12 Questions To Assess Your Level of Self-Care

Learn To Tune Your Mind and Attract a Positive Lifestyle Today!

Consider Your Views The opening move to thinking positive is to comprehend who you truly are. Among the most crucial matters you have to do to accomplish any sort of positive thinking is to be really truthful about yourself. You have to comprehend who you actually are. You have to comprehend your fortes and your … Continue reading Learn To Tune Your Mind and Attract a Positive Lifestyle Today!

10 Ways To Be Happy Despite A Chronic Pain Condition

When you suffer from a chronic pain condition such as Fibromyalgia, you can find yourself in a never-ending cycle. This cycle involves feeling stressed because of the pain, the stress causing anxiety, the anxiety making the pain feel more intense, and then, pain in turn increasing the stress. Pain, anxiety and stress all make you … Continue reading 10 Ways To Be Happy Despite A Chronic Pain Condition

Coping With Fibromyalgia While Living With My Bipolar Spouse

Being two of the most common chronic disorders adults face in the United States, it’s difficult to be a parent with Fibromyalgia, and it’s much more difficult when you have a bipolar spouse. This gets even more complicated when you add three small children to the mix. The list of dos-and-don’ts for families like this is unwritten yet long and far from simple.

When Your Emotions Become Like Ticking Bombs

So, where does disease come from? How does it get manifested in your body in the first place? Do environment and diet really play key roles in causing disease? If all the information that has been preached to us about disease and health is true, then how is it that a person such as myself … Continue reading When Your Emotions Become Like Ticking Bombs

5 Things to Know About Mindful Journaling

Are you mindful of your everyday life? It is not uncommon to go through each day, not realizing what you are doing, as if you are using cruise control. Being mindful means being present in your own life. It’s taking deliberate time to focus on how you feel, what’s around you, and what is happening. … Continue reading 5 Things to Know About Mindful Journaling

A Mother’s Tale: Being Happy Despite the Pain

Fibromyalgia is a painful disease to have, affecting many of your physical activities. Being a mother with such a disease presents an even bigger challenge. If that’s not enough of a load to bear, the situation is made even more difficult when you have a bipolar spouse. This is not exactly the […]