A few weeks ago, I had the honor of attending a conference that brought together some of the brightest leaders and entrepreneurial minds in the world- all under age 30. A well renowned and established institution hosted the week-long event that featured continuous networking opportunities, panels, speakers, and of course an open bar. Overall it […]Read More Diversity Includes Disability
About a week ago a change against my favor in a classic millennial intentionally undefined relationship triggered a mood swing. Though I was able to move past the initial situation quite quickly, my mood did not regulate itself inline with my actual emotions. I had emotionally moved on, but my body was still lingering in […]Read More On Being Triggered into a Mood Swing
By definition, “Bipolarization” describes something that is either characterized by having two extremes, or it is something that is found at two different extremes. Living with Bipolar Disorder means living with more than just the symptoms. It is existing in two extremes on a day to day basis; from the way in which society portrays us […]Read More Why Bipolarization?
Whether near or far from home one of the most difficult aspects about living with bipolar disorder has always been learning to manage triggers. Some are easy such as avoiding alcohol and maintaining a healthy sleep schedules. Others, however, sneak up on you. The most triggering experiences I have had while abroad have been those […]Read More Managing Triggers