I am a survivor of PTSD. This is my story of abuse, both physical and mental and how triggers affect my daily life.
At the age of 43 I find myself homeless for the second time since my Mother passed away in Nov of 2008. This is my journal and my story.
If your loved one has been diagnosed with bipolar disorder, you may be in shock and may not know what to say. It’s important to choose your words carefully, because what you communicate can either support your loved one and encourage them to seek treatment or make them feel even worse about themselves and their diagnosis, discouraging them from getting the help they need.
This is the "I AM" Challenge. Who are you? I challenge you to list the great things about you that make you, YOU! If you can't make your own video just leave your words in the comments.
I was asked to make this list in college, but as a Christian, I had already made it many years before. What are you a survivor of?