Month: June 2018

Psychosis

A Life Lived Vividly Series – I Can Do Anything! Delusional Thinking And Me

I live with bipolar disorder, but also have symptoms of psychosis, which includes delusional thinking. I describe what delusions are in the post A Life Lived Vividly Series – What Is Psychosis? When I’m manic I experience delusions. I think I can do anything. I have what’s called delusions of grandeur, where I believe I’m better […]

Psychosis

A Life Lived Vividly Series; What Is Psychosis?

Welcome to the start of a new series of posts on Stumbling Mind, dedicated to psychosis. I’ll be sharing the lived experiences of others, discussing delusions and what they mean and describing some of the more surreal occurrences I’ve had when hearing voices. In this post, I’ll start at the beginning; what is psychosis? Psychosis […]

depression

Don’t let the Worry of Being Ill Ruin A Holiday

Living with mental illness is tricky. It’s a sneaky bastard that creeps up on you when you least expect it. Often when we relax, mental illness barges its way into our lives and tries to take over. A prime example of this is when we go on holiday. We can’t always be 100% sure we […]

Bipolar Psychosis

My Hearing Voices Journal Entry 2

Yesterday I had a an episode of psychosis. It came in the form of auditory hallucinations, as it does with me. I’ve journaled my experiences before in the post My Hearing Voices Journal and felt as I sat in bed last night trying to sleep, but too anxious to do so, it was time to journal my […]

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