Neurotic, not psychotic.

JUNE 10, 2011 7:10AM

Blah blah, freakin' blah

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I'm supposed to be writing every day, bound by rules I set myself. So far I'm averaging every other day. Sue me. I'm only here now to fill up some space. I don't feel like writing. I don't feel like doing anything but sleeping, and maybe lying in bed reading Harry Potter. I am on auto-pilot .  No, I don't want to write about it. Perhaps I will when the dark  cloud lifts, and it nearly always does. Depressed, yes. Suicidal, no. Everyone remain calm! This too shall pass...eventually. Tomorrow, I'll probably be flying high.  Meanwhile, I'm doping up and escaping to Hogwarts. Peace, out...

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When I was around your age in the late 1980s there was no internet, so I spent endless hours reading novels by European writers like War and Peace. Think of writing like crafting a boat. Reading other writings is like gathering the material and then shaping it for your own tale later. So reading is an essential part of the process of writing.
Of course, when looking at your photo, I think you are around 18 to 22. Nevertheless, whatever age you are, we writers need to read as part of the writing process, so do not think you are wasting your time by reading.
Hey sis...you hang in there, writing everyday is a challenge for anyone. Not reading enough is one of my problems. If you ever get writers block just go down to Wal-Mart and sit outside on the bench for about twenty minutes...stories will come. lowell
No shame in luxuriating in your depression.
Take it from a fellow bipolar with a few years more of dealing with this magnificent misery of
manic-depression.
Mostly depression.
I yearn for the mania.
I have learned to temper it.
Thank God for OS.

Yes, that is the answer: to give in , get as miserable &
lowdown as you can. The key is not to think:
what a small slug
am i.

james :)
No shame in luxuriating in your depression.
Take it from a fellow bipolar with a few years more of dealing with this magnificent misery of
manic-depression.
Mostly depression.
I yearn for the mania.
I have learned to temper it.
Thank God for OS.

Yes, that is the answer: to give in , get as miserable &
lowdown as you can. The key is not to think:
what a small slug
am i.

james :)
No shame in luxuriating in your depression.
Take it from a fellow bipolar with a few years more of dealing with this magnificent misery of
manic-depression.
Mostly depression.
I yearn for the mania.
I have learned to temper it.
Thank God for OS.

Yes, that is the answer: to give in , get as miserable &
lowdown as you can. The key is not to think:
what a small slug
am i.

james :)
I truly hope you feel better soon!
You have inspired me to try to do the same thing with my blog. You are an amazingly strong woman and I know you will prevail with the help of our God!! Be praying for you!!
Rest and read. We will be here whenst you return.
Rated.
Thanks for the support, dear readers. No one pressures me more than I pressure myself. And I agree, reading is NEVER a waste of time. Even if you're reading crap, it only increases your appreciation for good writing.