During a time of change, it is imperative to educate yourself on what affects you and your quality of care. Learn the facts and stay a step ahead of your mental wellness.
I’ve been pretty stable lately and I feel alright. My head has been mostly clear, well, clear enough to get through my day undisturbed. And I haven’t felt overall depressed, angry, or manic. Now, that is my usual. I’m not saying I don’t have days where I feel my moods alter into a wayward routine of up and down. Because I do have my less than perfect days. I know I flirt with hypomania, I know I experience crying spells, I also react to my boredom with abstract ideas. But I know it will be fine, even if fine doesn’t mean today.
Do you ever feel this way?
May is National Mental Health Awareness Month, so help erase stigma by spreading awareness and educate others on the truth about mental illness. Check out NAMI.org for more info.