Seasonal Affective Disorder

It’s autumn in New Jersey. I am concerned my bipolar and pain will worsen, with this change.

I am on the right pills to prevent anything. But it’s still a concern.

To those that understand this, I can offer what works for me, when I can’t get out:

1. Reading something escapist.

2. Music

3. Organizing/cleaning, which I hate, but hey, anything to stay stable.

4. Meditation

5. Reaching out to people in need, via phone calls, Facebook, or text. Helping others makes me feel I can be productive.

6. Exercise. You Tube videos help, but it’s best to know your limitations. 

7. Jouranling.

8. Watching an innocent kids movie or a comedy. I like clean things, myself. Helps me feel less anxious. I don’t know why. haha

Published by Kate

I am 37 years old. I have chronic pain issues, visual impairment, bipolar, learning disabilities, lately, frequent enough "abnormal movements" that make me a liability in public settings. Nonetheless, none of those define me. I am Christian, creative, hard working, intelligent, kind, funny, and friendly. I enjoy helping others, walking, swimming, dancing, learning new things, meeting new people, learning Spanish and Christian counseling, and very much more! Looking forward to meeting all of you!

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