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Photo taken by contributor Jacque who has been diagnosed with bipolar disorder and ADHD. She is a graphic designer, wife, and mother to two boys. She is learning to draw from God’s strength to get her through every day. She has also found art and music to be great healers and outlets for the soul.

About this photo: “Living with BP means being on a continuous cycle. One that will never go away…

The round and round cycles of high to low is something people with Bipolar need to learn how to manage. 

For me, it meant finding the right gear to ride in at various times of the cycles.

i.e. (the right mix of meds, awesome therapist, shooting photos, writing and exercising.) 

Today, my cycles are a much smoother ride…”

Find more from Jacque at her blog.


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4 comments on “Cycles

  1. god[isms]
    December 28, 2014

    Reblogged this on god[isms] and commented:
    Thanks for the post of my cycles today on BLC 🙂


  2. Matilde MK
    December 29, 2014

    Great connection.


  3. Rambling Rose
    December 29, 2014

    Life is a constant balancing act. I think awareness is the most important factor .Am happy you have found how to balance – and are learning the gears:)


  4. gemsonkat
    December 30, 2014

    Reblogged this on Gems favourite things.


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