Anybody that reads my blog and social media posts will probably think that I am heartless toward the mentally ill. This obviously isn’t the case since I have been hospitalized multiple times since 2003. I had a breakdown and beginning to think I may never fully recover. Although I did develop strong coping mechanisms so I wouldn’t have to take medication for the rest of my life. The disorder itself is pretty much lifelong.
I know many are thinking I should see a doctor about getting off of medication. I have had doctors say that if I can manage without medicine then I am better off. But due to the safety risk and possibility of losing their license, no doctor will condone that method.
Sometimes it’s all about knowing yourself and following your conscious. The more you truly value yourself, the more healing you will experience. While modern medicine may be necessary in the short run, for those that know the origins of pharmaceuticals, they know that it is pretty much organized witchcraft; kind of like the Federal Reserve being organized counterfeiting.
Is anything real anymore?
When I first started hearing the word bipolar disorder, I thought it was odd that nearly every other mental patient had the same diagnosis. At first I thought that insurance companies were paying behavioral health clinics more for that diagnosis. That could very well be the case, but. . .
The good news about bipolar disorder is that we are all pretty much bipolar. The nature of life is up and down. Generally speaking, when you see a straight line it just means the person is dead.