My Mood Diary 📔 March 2020

This is a candid account of what I was experiencing at the start of 2020. I’d advise discretion before reading this as I wouldn’t want to reignite bad memories or instigate negative thoughts for anyone.

Stuart Sanderson

These are a few exerts from my mood diary from the beginning of last year. I hadn’t been seen by a psychiatrist at this point and I was really, really struggling and not in control of myself.

Desculpa por minha mal idioma e boca meu amigos de Portugal e Brasil 🇵🇹🇧🇷

Published by Rochdalestu

I’m a 38 year old male who has recently been diagnosed with bipolar disorder. I have found it as a new chapter in my life that has opened my eyes to a whole new perspective on myself and everything around me.

4 thoughts on “My Mood Diary 📔 March 2020

    1. I’ve never really thought about it. I was told to keep the diary for the Psychiatrist. Since I have been on the higher dose of Depakote, the entries stopped. I have this nowadays but it’s a collection of writings I’ve done previously

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      1. Oh okay. I am an avid journaler trying to change the way in which I journal. I have kept a journal since I was very young and trying to break the habit of how I’ve always approached it has proved quite difficult. I need to make it a priority but I have done the opposite by steeping away. I have been exploring creative journaling for two years now. I enjoy it bit I don’t really have a style yet. It’s annoying to say the least

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      2. Do you know what I have noticed though in my writings? They explain the point that I am making. I was in some crazy frames of mind and the content on some might be a little bit erratic but I’ve managed to get point across. I’ve always really, really struggled with explaining my point concisely and thoroughly. At university it was a major issue. Ive got it all in my head but I can’t convey it though speech or writing as well as I want. Quite interesting that even though I was experiencing the trials and tribulations of the bipolar rollercoaster, one of my biggest problems throughout my life so far disappeared

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