Husband. Father. Artist. Writer. Seeker.
My Bipolar From My Husband's Point of View
I have been very open about my struggles with bipolar disorder. Some would say too open, but I usually don't respond to that criticism. If we don't talk about it, how will we ever end the stigma that mental illness carries with it? Instead of writing about bipolar from my point of view, I am writing about my husband's point of view. I interviewed him, and it was an eye-opening interview for me. Maybe it will be for you as well.
Escape From Lakewood
Forest View Hospice Center, May 2012 My great grandfather, Benjamin, is a great man- a family man through and through. He had a close relationship with his kids, grandkids, and even his great-grandchildren. Today he asked to see me only. He wants to tell the story of his childhood, and according to him, I am the only one who can "tell it right" after he is gone