Who, me, violent? Why, yes, on a few occasions. My Mental Illness and Violence Hi, I’m Kitt. I’m bipolar, and I’ve been violent. Mildly so, for the most part. Flipped over a table [...]
There's hope. You can find and nurture love when living with mental illness. Been married 22 years today. Started dating 25 years ago. Some of us living with mental illness can and do [...]
Published Blogging for Bipolar Mental Health today! Visit Amazon.com/author/kittomalley. So excited!
Sarah Fader on parenting a special needs child with mental health challenges.
I love lazily copying and pasting content I've written elsewhere and repurposing it as a blog post. Once again, I post my answers to Marya Hornbacher's follow-up survey questions about whether I see mental illness [...]
What do you know about mental illness? By Gabby Abbott | Apr. 15, 2015 | 285 Submissions Author Marya Hornbacher is working on a book about mental illness. Her book will profile the [...]
No wonder I'm exhausted! Friday I attended a NAMI California Regional Meeting in which we participated in NAMI Smarts for Advocacy Training. NAMI Smarts for Advocacy is a hands-on advocacy training program that helps [...]
Another brief update as I'm taking it easy, trying to get myself over yet another bout of gastroenteritis. (I do not suffer nearly as much as my son does, but it has me [...]
Joyce Burland, PhD developed NAMI's Provider Education Program to provide health service providers with insight into the lived experience of mental illness. In the first class, we went over the key principals guiding the course and heard [...]
Today is the first day of 2015. I'm bundled under covers in my bed typing on my laptop. My husband brought me cornflakes and coffee, so he could watch The Omen downstairs in [...]