“Hi, I’m Bipolar” (POETRY)

Hi, I’m Bipolar I know you just told me where my purse was It’s 6:03 I’m going to be late again. Damn, man. Can you help me find my concealer? It might be in that clothes bag, or the closet I’ve got mounds of clothes as islands covering the floor My apartment is, really, no … Continue reading “Hi, I’m Bipolar” (POETRY)

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Five Ways to Job Search When You Have a Mental Illness

BLOG POST COMING SOON: "Five Ways to Job Search When You Have a Mental Illness"   Sharing tactics that I personally used to overcome months of unemployment while battling suicidal tendencies, poverty, bipolar disorder and depression.   This will include steps toward gaining quality mental health treatment, employment to fit my personal needs and ensuring my … Continue reading Five Ways to Job Search When You Have a Mental Illness

“Black Men and Mental Health: Their Place in the Conversation…No?” (Part One)

Well, do they have one?  At this time, I think that this a good question to ask, because I'm not sure if enough people even care to know. As a whole, Black people have made and are still continuing to make so many strides. We are pushing for more in politics, STEM, LGBT, education, entertainment … Continue reading “Black Men and Mental Health: Their Place in the Conversation…No?” (Part One)