Saturday, May 5, 2012

A Message to My Manic Depressive Blog Followers

Hi Everyone -

Abandon Ship!

I have imported all of my blog entries from the Manic Depressive Blog to my shiny new, improved blog called My Big Fat Bipolar Disorder. Please continue to follow me there. I will eventually be deleting the Manic Depressive Blog in an effort to simplify my life a bit, and I don't want to lose this community! Please make the switch!


Friday, May 4, 2012

Crazy Creative - A New Post

My new blog, "My Big Fat Bipolar Disorder" has a brand new post:

Crazy Creative: Creativity and Bipolar Disorder, a Patient's Perspective

Check it out. And Manic Depressive Blog followers, if you haven't yet, sign up to follow the new blog.

Thursday, March 15, 2012

Reminder...Most of Moodie's bipolar posts will be on new blog

Reminder to followers of Manic Depressive Blog:

I have a new blog, My Big Fat Bipolar Disorder, where I will be posting most of my future bipolar info, in a more conversational format. Let's move our little bipolar community over to the new digs! Become a follower, so that you will keep getting my oh-so-inconsistent, but generally interesting & useful posts, and remain a participant, so that we can continue helping each other.

Thursday, February 16, 2012

New Memoir Blog on Manic Depression: My Big Fat Bipolar Disorder

Hi Followers!

My Big Fat Bipolar Disorder, is a new blog that I intend, over time, to develop into a diary or memoir of my experiences with bipolar disorder. I am a woman, with a Master's in psychology, who was diagnosed with the disorder more than 20 years ago. I've learned a lot about how to manage (and not manage) my disorder during that time, and I believe that sharing my experiences might be helpful to others.

A few years ago I created The Manic Depressive Blog, a resource that has articles on bipolar disorder as well as commentary from my personal experience. It is now going to be solely an article and comment format. This new blog, My Big Fat Bipolar Disorder, is more of a creative outlet for my personal experiences, and an attempt to:
  • collect and post data on the ebb and flow of my mental illness over time
  • start conversations about everyday life with bipolar disorder through reader comments
If you would like to learn more about Bipolar Disorder, please sign up to follow both blogs! If you know of someone who might benefit from this information, please forward it to them!