My brain gets overwhelmed with too much information of different kinds to process

Keywords: tips and tricks , education , autism , reading

But it helps to reduce the overload by using captions (combining speech with visuals, thus reducing the number of information modalities) or watching something animated, which compresses the demands of visual and spatial information greatly.

https://bipolarcoaster.blog/2020/09/08/bipolar-disorder-and-media-consumption

I am getting out of pause and back on track

Keywords: bipolar disorder , change , emotions , introspection , life

Sometimes I want to be sweet, sometimes I want to have claws. And yet sometimes I wish to feel nothing at all. I go back and forth on how to present myself to the world, or whoever I come across in real life or by internet, but it is hard. It is hard because I have Bipolar Disorder which I do take medicine for, but one moment I could feel vindicated by my wrath and after some time, I can feel remorse for having such sharp tongue or words. I have been like this for as long as I can remember, even before my diagnosis.

http://sarahmixup.com/2020/06/16/with-the-wind

Every time you call out, you’re a little less alone — I want to make the process easier for you

Keywords: anxiety , bipolar disorder , depression , inspiration , Mental Health , mental illness , mentalhealth , mentalillness , obsessive compulsive disorder , ocd , postaday , postaweek , uncustomaryhousewifeblog

The resources in this post are ordered by how frequently their keywords are searched on my blog and how frequently people contact me for certain resources. Most of these resources are based in the United States.

https://uncustomaryhousewife.com/2020/03/03/mental-health-crisis-lines-and-communities

Anxiety Sucks – we can do this together.

anxiety , bipolardisorder , blogger , coping , depression , family , mentalhealth , mother , ukblogger

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Have you ever had an anxiety attack? I have. It’s not a pretty sight. At all! If not, well let me try and explain it to you in the best way I can. Have you ever felt like your head is screaming for you to do something but you can’t physically move? You feel sick with worry, your hearts pounding at a thousand miles an hour and your sweating balls. Breathing? What’s that… you can’t catch your breath back at all. It’s like running at the speed of light and trying to recover afterwards. In that split moment, with all that going on. You genuinely feel like your about to die.

That for me is my explanation of what I feel when I have a panic/anxiety attack. It’s nasty and it takes alot out of you. I’ve had times when I can’t even see people. I LOVE going to the…

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