Bi-polar, how it's played into my life, my addiction, and where I am now.
Meditation, prayer, inventory, morning routine, reading, literature, recovery
Differences between the fellowships. Truth versus rumor. Are both fellowships effective? Where do more people go?
The proposed story behind the rise and fall of the once wildly-popular trading card game.
A summary of part one, some bowling term definitions, discussion of armswing mechanics and the different grip types. A video of me with a decent armswing is included.
Learn the basic things that all bowlers should know. This covers bowling etiquette, where to look on the lane, and how to begin the path to having a hook.
I wrote this not long before a relapse. I had just gotten out of the hospital for a manic episode and had generally been going downhill. I haven't fully analyzed it's content, but I know that there has to be a decent amount of delusion and angst. Interesting to look at now.
I wrote this after having an incredibly intense experience in what I considered to be mindfulness and being in the moment. I'm not sure how much of it was illusory and how much of it was enlightenment, but it was certainly interesting. And I think it was fairly well written.
An analysis of the positive benefits of the hardships I've gone through in my life. What depression and addiction have taught me. What bipolar has taught me. What I feel like I have gained through my trials and tribulations.
I only briefly looked at this again before posting it, but it was a general talking-about of my aspirations and goals in the near future. At the time I was fairly optimistic, and I think it shows. This optimism could have been mania induced.
Thoughts about recovery, positive living, and the effects of both on quality of life, the psyche, and my outlook on what the future holds. I'm going to be posting a bunch of different writings that are on or around this topic.