Browsed by
Author: Wendy Taylor

Bipolar Blog: a World of uncertainty.

Bipolar Blog: a World of uncertainty.

Since covid the world has become uncertain about the future. Bipolar suffers are the ones that are always suffering on a daily balance and now the new threat of death, unemployment, isolation is a added problem to Bipolar suffers. Many people are also depressed and many are committing suicide.If a person is on the brink of suicide people should assist them. Death is all around us and this makes people depressed. People should not be isolated. Bipolar sufferers must at…

Read More Read More

Bipolar Blog: 26 May 2021 Bipolar awareness day.

Bipolar Blog: 26 May 2021 Bipolar awareness day.

Today 26 May 2021 is an awareness day for Bipolar. This year is set aside for the stigmatism that bipolar sufferers face in their homes, workplaces and in the general society. Stigmatism on a broad spectrum originated way back when Bipolar was known as Manic depression and because it was and still classified as a Mental illness, suffers were judged as mentally ill and people were afraid of them. Today as with all support, sharing resources, talking about the illness…

Read More Read More

Bipolar Blog: Bipolar & Sleep

Bipolar Blog: Bipolar & Sleep

Sleep patterns are an integral part of a Bipolar sufferers life. Bipolar sufferers should keep regular sleeping patterns. Insomnia often suffered is ones inability to fall asleep or can be when a person is not able to get enough sleep to rest. Hypersomnia is when one oversleeps which is like a kind of escape of the life one is living. A decreased need for sleep is also often found in cases of mania. Daytimes sleepiness is found as well and…

Read More Read More

Bipolar blog – Covid -19 and Bipolar.

Bipolar blog – Covid -19 and Bipolar.

Covid 19 has taken the world by storm and never before has deaths been recorded around the world since world war one and two. The illness spread fast and is past on at alarming rates. Dwelling on Problems and uncertainty of covid-19 lockdowns and increase stress and bring on depression. Unstable moods are on the forefront because of unsure future and death happens daily to family and friends Social media covers articles daily and one has to wonder who is…

Read More Read More

Bipolar Blog: A Christmas Gift Book.

Bipolar Blog: A Christmas Gift Book.

Give a Christmas gift to a loved one with Bipolar by gifting my Book, I have Bipolar, Bipolar isn’t me to yourself or a loved one. Available in soft and hard cover from me for 20% discount. Also available from Amazon.com, Balboa Press, Barnes & Noble, Loot.co.za and e-books from Kindle, Kobo, Nook, Apple, Google play and many more. Available from stockists in Kwa Zulu Natal.

Bipolar Blog-Judgement regardless of who or what you do.

Bipolar Blog-Judgement regardless of who or what you do.

Have you ever felt at your wits end for the judgements people give you on a daily bases for being bipolar. A great deal of movies depicted the crazy person in the movie as being bipolar. Almost on a daily basis people refer to a person they see as “crazy” as Bipolar. Often they wake up and realize that I too am bipolar and then its an embarrassed, “oh Wendy I didn’t mean you”. Well people I am Bipolar, through…

Read More Read More

Bipolar Blog: Beauty Sleep.

Bipolar Blog: Beauty Sleep.

Sufficient sleep is known as on of the major physical necessities of maintaining good health. A scare I had shortly of insomnia reminded me of just how important sleep is. Sleep is a very important part of the life of any Bipolar Sufferer and moods can be judged by how much of how little sleep you are getting. When Manic or hypo manic, no or little sleep is needed for long periods of time. When depressed often people sleep too…

Read More Read More

Bipolar Blog: Death by Suicide.

Bipolar Blog: Death by Suicide.

Suicide is found over a large spectrum of People. 50% of all Bipolar sufferers Die by Suicide. Research has found that serotonin is low in people who commit suicide. People who start taking depression medication are prone to suicide as the depression gets worse before it gets better. It is a know fact that people commit suicide as the pain of living becomes too hard to bare. Pain can be depression, anxiety, feelings of unworthiness, It can be due to…

Read More Read More

Bipolar Blog: Mental Health/ Covid-19.

Bipolar Blog: Mental Health/ Covid-19.

2020 saw the emergence of a new virus which took the world by storm. People are facing this virus that took on the world every much like the cold war. With Covid -19 came new stresses, new heights of loneliness and anxiety. For Bipolar Sufferers coping skills for stress levels have be monitored to ensure mental health conditions don’t worsen. Checking in with family and friends would ensure that basic needs are met. On this list is emotional, mental, spiritual…

Read More Read More

Bipolar Blog: Discounted Books for the third Anniversary of My book: I have Bipolar, Bipolar isn’t me.

Bipolar Blog: Discounted Books for the third Anniversary of My book: I have Bipolar, Bipolar isn’t me.

March the 10th 2020 marks the third anniversary of my book. I have Bipolar, Bipolar isn’t me. If you don’t already own a copy, here is your chance to become an owner. Books will be discounted at 30% for hard and soft cover books for the month of March 2020. The soft copy will cost you R175.00 and the hard copy R245.00. These copies can be collected at 50 Soetdoring Avenue, Doringkruin, Klerksdorp. My Cell no is +27824158675. Should you…

Read More Read More