I wrote a guest blog post over at Imperfect Cognitions

I wrote a guest blogger post for a site called Imperfect Cognitions.  They have a monthly blog post series by-experts-by-experience.  One of the ideas I could write on was whether manic symptoms brought out creativity in people who have been diagnosed with Bipolar Disorder.

I decided to write on how writing is important to me, and how I write while manic, or otherwise.  I mashed together my experiences along with some ideas from another blog post about writing that I featured here on Bipolar Whispers to create the article.

I would love it if you could take a minute to check out my post as well as check out the rest of the Imperfect Cognitions website.

My post can be found here:  http://imperfectcognitions.blogspot.co.uk/2015/04/bipolar-whispers-on-writing.html



About bipolarwhisper

Mental health blogger. Bipolar, PTSD, OCD, Anxiety. Lover of butterflies. Risen out of the ashes like a phoenix. Survivor. Contact me at: Email: bipolarwhispers@gmail.com Twitter: @bipolarwhisper
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4 Responses to I wrote a guest blog post over at Imperfect Cognitions

  1. hi. I tried to post a reply 2 ‘imperfect cognitions’ and put them in favorites. Then I had to sign in..Not sure post posted. Let me know ok? I’m still a babypress. I wrote about famous bipolars like Charles Bludhorn, who founded Paramount Studios for Gulf and Western.

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    • bipolarwhisper says:

      I do not see it posted there, but I believe they do have to approve posts. Thanks for taking the time to head over and read though. 🙂


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