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July 03, 2012


That was beautiful. It really speaks to me. I have been going through some things of my own for some time and recently had an epiphany about why I am the way I am. Really put some things in perspective and gave me confidence. Anyway, hope everything keeps moving in the right direction for you.

Good to hear from you. <3

wow. That is intense and deep. I imagine it must be very hard living through it and processing it all too. Thanks for sharing, I second Lisa, it's good to hear from you.

i love you so much.

I'm glad to hear you're still there, and that things are getting a bit more even-keeled.

Very good to hear from you. You are doing well, really well, even when it doesn't feel that way, because you are doing things to get better.
You are now able to touch the sand with your feet and your head stays above water. Soon you'll be making your way to shore. x

Glad, so very glad to read this. Hang in there!

Your ability with words is just so... wonderful? Wonderful seems like an understatement. So evocative, such clarity, so enlightening.

I love hearing from you again. Hope it's all going OK xx

It's really, really good to hear from you.

Cheesy, but absolutely sincere, HUGS. I'm glad to hear from you, and that you aren't washing out to sea.

Thanks for the update. I've been thinking about you. I'm glad to hear things are improving.

Glad to hear you are feeling a little better.

i love you jo. YOU. really.

I'm pleased for you. And you articulate your journey so well and with a great metaphor. Keep on keepin' on.

Thank you so much for sharing this. Listening to how your brain is processing life and how distorted it can be is helping me understand what is going on in my daughter's brain. Her issues are different than yours in some ways, but the piece I have the most difficulty with is hearing her version of what I have said or done, when it is so at odds with my perceptions, and it is so dark and hateful, and mean. I hope she, also, finds her way back to shore.

You're amazing, Jo. I'm so glad that you're in a place where you can think this and write this. Good luck sorting out the flotsam and jetsam.

I wanted to clarify that the HUGS part (being the word used to indicate that I would hug you if in person) was the cheesy but sincere part, not your awesome words. Needed to clarify that.

Thinking about you Jo. Hoping you are continuing to heal.

I still feel strange posting, since I don't know you, beyond what I've read. But I just wanted to let you know how much I admire the way you're embraced your diagnosis and set to work learning to live with it, with such industry.

After I got my diagnosis, I spent a long time raging against how my mind and body had let me down, mourning my old self-image, feeling a lot of shame and disconnection. I'm better now, but I still feel those things.

I know you've been through some rough episodes of late, but you really are doing well. You seem workmanlike in your approach to learning to live with bipolar. I think it's great.

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