12 comments on “Ways To Cope

  1. You always have my respect.
    On a good day you know that.
    On a bad day you don’t believe it.
    On a good day it is irrelevant.
    Nonetheless, here I am

  2. Thanks for this post which reminds me of ways I can help myself cope! I’m still working on getting a schedule going, but I have definitely seen the benefits of keeping busy. At this point I am making to-do lists daily because if I don’t, I have no idea what to do, so I just end up sleeping, reading, or watching TV all day. All of which I consider to be okay at times but not so much of it!

  3. I found what you found. Staying on a schedule works wonders. I’m not always good at it, but I can really tell a difference when I don’t, especially regarding sleep. My other way of coping? By blogging, of course.

    • The blogging certainly helps me too… and building my facebook page for bipolarmuse. It has taken front seat for the time being but I consider everything “bipolarmuse” as my “baby”…lolz

  4. i’d have to agree that one needs to be active. it can come in the form of mental stimulation or that of physical movements in any exercise. too much time that is spent idle can spell trouble as I see it.

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