This post follows up on part 1 where I spoke about some of my own dreams for the future.
Daring to Dream is part of the Peer 2 Peer course I’m enrolled in. When I first attempted this exercise it was Week 1 on the course and I was attending on very little sleep. It’s a fluid document I should come back to and update. Part 1 is about personal dreams Part 2 is […]
By the far the best feature I’ve discovered to be added to Cherwell 9.7.0 is custom logs. Perhaps it’s the programmer in me. I’ve always thought that debugging and error handling in Cherwell could be improved – custom logs are a huge step forward in that direction.
I kicked today of with some luck! Managed to get my virtual Cherwell lab working again first thing in the morning. Watched a few movies at the cinema come evening.
I’ve spent pretty much all day messing around with the ThemeFusion AvadaWordPress theme, only to discover that the Twenty Nineteen WordPress theme released by WordPress is far superior and free! Lesson well and truly learned.
My brain is like jelly The best analogy I could give anyone for my brain right now is that it’s like a jelly that’s wobbling. It’s trying to reconcile being insane for a brief period, and what that means, while also just trying to be the same old Chris again. It’s much easier said than […]
Moods are dipping I knew the low moods would come. Each day I’m wakening up in a slightly more detached and apathetic mindset than the day before. What I have no way of measuring yet is whether it’s a side effect of the mood stabiliser, or the natural remnants of a manic episode.
Am I still awaiting a crash in mood? I have a small concern right now that my mood is still to descend into a dark and black depression. It’s typical for mood to go into a major low after a manic episode – as yet I haven’t been all that bad. I can only hope […]
Returning to normality As the days and weeks pass I’m becoming more-and-more like my usual self. I’m keeping a close eye on the side effects introduced by certain medications too.
I hate my Bipolar diagnosis I might be in the minority, but I don’t want a label attached to me. I don’t want to be on the medication either. I’d rather rationalise my stay in hospital as “sheer exhaustion” and leave it the hell there.