Bipolar and Money – What’s In Your Wallet? (Upcoming Vlog)

Hey... Are you bad with money? Stay tuned as I talk about the relationship between bipolar disorder and poor spending habits. There is a lot to think about before you swipe, and often times, bipolar people like us continue to miss the mark.   Together, we can share ways on how to save money and grow … Continue reading Bipolar and Money – What’s In Your Wallet? (Upcoming Vlog)

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Bipolar and CBD Oil: Does it Work For You?

*(This blog post is pulled from an outside source).* Understanding the Basics of Bipolar Disorders "Bipolar disorders cause marked changes in a persons mood, behavior, energy levels, and function. Those living with a bipolar disorder experience extreme, intense emotional states, referred to as mood episodes. Due to the complexity of the condition, bipolar disorder often … Continue reading Bipolar and CBD Oil: Does it Work For You?

Celebrating Clean and Sober – Mental Health and Substance Abuse (My Story Pt. One)

Today marks as a day of celebration, for me! We'll talk more about this later!  ❤ Until next time. ❤ ————————————————————————————————————————— R.K.B. is an award winning self-published Author, Poet and Entrepreneur from Detroit, Michigan. Visit her website to learn more, and stay updated on her upcoming works and events: http://www.intomywoods.com !

Bipolar and Lying: Why Do We Habitually Do It?

I used to make people up; people that did not exist. It started as a child, and carried me throughout my entire life. A quiet but sound trail that grew into a world of little, white lies...... and I could not stop, come clean or escape. But, why? Is there a correlation between lying and … Continue reading Bipolar and Lying: Why Do We Habitually Do It?

Podcast of the Day: “A Bipolar, A Schizophrenic and a Podcast”

So, a few months ago, I got tired of drowning in adverts being shoved down my throat while trying to listen to radio, and decided to download an app called Castbox to jump on some good podcasts. Then I thought, hmmm - I wonder if I can find any that are really for me, like … Continue reading Podcast of the Day: “A Bipolar, A Schizophrenic and a Podcast”

Anxiety, Being Alone and the “Neediness” For Love: (Part One)

This blog post is about you. Yes, you. You need everyone to love you, your work, your looks, etc. It's about you, needing others to constantly reassure you on your capabilities, your beauty and your worth, etc. This blog post is about HOW to break from this, how to cope and how to make the … Continue reading Anxiety, Being Alone and the “Neediness” For Love: (Part One)

Bipolar and Delusions – Who Experiences Them, and Why?

"The first time was hearing a man’s voice coming from inside the bedroom where I was sleeping, telling me he was coming to get me. His voice was low and threatening. My delusional beliefs came on slowly and were impossible to rationalize as clearly as recognizing there was no man in the room.... Bipolar psychosis, … Continue reading Bipolar and Delusions – Who Experiences Them, and Why?

Black Mirror – BLOG SERIES (TV Show/MOVIE Review) APRIL 2019

Stay tuned as I jump into one of my favorite TV shows ever (aside from BoJack Horseman) and how society uses its mind to advance technology for both good and evil.  This will be a blog series, with me reviewing my favorite episodes per blog post, and also explaining the meanings that I grabbed from … Continue reading Black Mirror – BLOG SERIES (TV Show/MOVIE Review) APRIL 2019

Poem: “No Real Meaning, Maybe, but Hurry, Before the Curtains are Drawn”

"No Real Meaning, Maybe, but Hurry, Before the Curtains are Drawn" Life is beautiful. Even with the scars, Even with the traces of dirt and blood in my fingernails, I am still, Like the sky. Life brings murder, And steals our joy While stroking our pain So, I will keep dancing like a fool in … Continue reading Poem: “No Real Meaning, Maybe, but Hurry, Before the Curtains are Drawn”