MY JOURNEY Writing and mental health advocacy can affect both personal and social change. I started blogging because the thoughts and words in my mind simply had to [...]
Balancing Act -- Writing Through a Bipolar Life is for sale on Amazon and Barnes and Noble! Amazon Kindle ebook: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07Y3Y1SXB Paperback: https://www.amazon.com/dp/1949351823 Barnes and Noble Nook ebook: https://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/balancing-act-kitt-omalley/1133662748 Paperback: https://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/balancing-act-kitt-omalley/1133729222?ean=9781949351828 Books2Read Universal Ebook [...]
I Spoke in Public! GalleryAcceptance, Bipolar Depression, Bipolar Disorder, Bipolar Parenting, Depression, Hypomania, Mania, Memoir, Mental Health, Mental Health Advocacy, Mental Health Blogging, Mental Illness, Mood Cycling, Motherhood, Psychosis, Psychotic Thought Process, Public Speaking, Stigma
Thank you, Lianne Sauvage, for inviting me to share my mental health journey at Belmont High School's Mental Health Assembly! For my speech, I adapted content from My Bipolar Thoughts, my memoir work-in-progress. [...]
Trying to keep hypomania at bay. NAMI training this weekend. IBPF panel next Tuesday. Frustrated with parenting newly adult son with social anxiety and migraines.
Published Blogging for Bipolar Mental Health today! Visit Amazon.com/author/kittomalley. So excited!
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Motherhood transformed me. My identity changed. Now it changes again. I have constantly reinvented myself over my lifetime. As a pre-med biochemistry major at UCLA, I was miserable and suicidal. Then I studied part-time [...]
Dyane Harwood thrilled me when she sent me an advance copy of her memoir, Birth of a New Brain: Healing from Postpartum Bipolar Disorder. (I pre-ordered it and was anxiously awaiting it’s October [...]
This morning I attended an OC Writers’ write-in. I haven’t attended a writers’ group in a long time. Been isolating myself and focusing on my son rather than my writing, rather than myself. [...]