Repost — Sunday and my letter to my children about my Bipolar Disorder was published on Dear Hope


Dear Hope published my emotional letter to my children about my Bipolar Disorder. It makes my writing worthwhile to see it getting out there for others to see and to see that you can still raise children with Bipolar Disorder.

It wasn’t easy, but nothing worthwhile ever is.

I have been itching to get back into my writing again and I am slowly adding things to my 2 blogs. Not just about Bipolar in general, but my life in general and of course there is fiction too.

I thank all of my followers on both blogs for their support.

Thank you,

Tessa (Teresa Dean Smeigh)

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24 thoughts on “Repost — Sunday and my letter to my children about my Bipolar Disorder was published on Dear Hope

  1. Bipolarbrainiac

    Hi. I hope I haven’t deleted your phone number. I hate the phone too. Have had a lot of doc appts yesterday. I want to write a short short book about Tardive Dyskinesia and other medical mysteries (I’ve had quite a few) and upload it. Something like: All doctors are not created equal: don’t give up! Lame Title. Maybe I should just stick to Tardive Dyskinesia. I wonder what you do for pain. Apparently big riot in Baltimore, hundreds of pharms robbed for opiates, now the murder rate in Baltimore has tripled as people are trying to steal from each other. Life is crazy.

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    1. Tessa Post author

      I don’t really have anything for pain. Just live through it which is why I had such a bad three days and was crying and hysterical. It hurt so bad. No opiates, can’t even have Tramadol.

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    1. Tessa Post author

      I am trying to make this world a better place and that includes my small space as well. I am sorry my kids had to be raised by a mother with a mental illness although they all turned out as good adults.

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