Alexis Zinkerman writes about the intersectionality between bipolar disorder, spirituality, and creativity.
Isaac Nunoofio felt treating his depression was a hopeless cause, and then he found singing.
by Jane Collins
My psychiatrist became so annoyed with my theological nonsense that he abruptly stalked out of one session, exclaiming, “You just can’t talk to crazy people.” I sent him a note later, in which I informed him that I could talk to crazy people, so that was his problem, not mine.
by Mike Hedrick
When I was deep in the midst of a psychotic break, I was convinced that I was a prophet sent from God to save society from its ills.