So I'm wondering today if everything I do is viewed through the bipolar lens, or if I'm just a regular guy that has bipolar moments in his life.
Okay. How about we talk about Jersey Shore?
*insert din here*
I've looked back, not today, but before, at some of my posts and re-read them, with the thought of "I wrote this while I was manic," or "I wrote this while I was really depressed." And I'm actually surprised by the writing. It seems that through all the disabling feelings of depression and mania, I'm able to have a voice. And it comes through regardless of how I'm feeling when I'm writing. So it seems.
So press on, and do the work, regardless of how you feel. It will show when you're feeling better. There are some speedbumps and potholes, sure, but the over-arching theme of the work will come through, radiantly.
Or maybe I'm just manic now.
No. I am hungry though. So maybe that distracts and distorts my experience. Do they have a pill for hunger yet? Something I can take with my daily medication so I don't have to bother with all of this chronic eating?
Just kidding, of course. I don't want to rid myself of the pleasure of eating. But I do want to slow down and get a hold of myself when it comes to eating. I could stand to not gain any more weight. I'll be flirting with the 300lbs. mile marker if I keep on like I've been.
I really can't afford to eat the way that I have been. Grabbing meals conveniently (read "fast food") just isn't convenient long term. I can't afford it financially or physically. And I pay a mental price, too. Having a good nutritious diet is good medicine.
So for lunch today, I'm going to go out for Chinese food.
What was I talking about?