The NAC is doing the job. It’s lessening schizo symptoms of mine. The rest of my residual schizo thoughts buy modafinil uk will reside at Bipolar Treatment is Bipolar. I’m set on making this my unfiltered blog.
The Bipolar One is now over a year old, so that’s something. It’s kind of odd to think about. I’ve been blogging about bipolar disorder and mental health for over a year now. Time does fly, indeed. I’ve been writing for quite some time now as I am a freelance writer, but never have I stuck with a project like this for so long.
The journey has been worth the effort of laying down my strange thoughts, insights, and information based on research. I want to dedicate even more time to this site more than ever. Something I preach a lot, and always remind myself of even when I can’t see it, is that if you take small chunks out of something, consistently and over time, eventually there must be an end result.
Well, it turns out this bipolar blog has gotten a decent amount of views over the past year. People are reading, and that’s pretty damn cool. I’ve also interacted with quite a few like minded individuals, and all types of people suffering from bipolar disorder and other mental illnesses. And the blog has even gotten a few comments.
If there’s anyone out there following this blog with an interest in what I have to say, thank you very, very much. Such a thing would be the cherry on top. But overall, I’m excited by how this blog has grown from nothing to something that gets visitors every day.
There is a down side, unfortunately. The spotlight is not a place a like to be and I feel pressure knowing that new people are reading posts and articles every day. I feel a strong sense of serious, if that makes any sense. And that’s why I need to be able to vent anything and everything on Bipolar Treatment is Bipolar.
My goal for this year is to do at least one post on Bipolar Treatment is Bipolar every single day. I want to really break in my writing craft, and I want to get in the habit of expressing via writing all of the time. It’s a healthy release for me, but I don’t use it as often as I should.
When it comes to The Bipolar One, my goals are to write 100 new posts/articles, cover all major aspects of bipolar disorder topics, and tap into new takes on both bipolar disorder and the mental health field. It’s a lot to take on, but I’m extremely interested in how far I can take this blog. The whole process is consuming and interesting, and it’s a project to keep me productive. Best of all, I am in control which I’m sure eases my mind in some way.