Being A Bipolar Mother with a Bipolar Child

There is this moment in motherhood where you know you've screwed up. You know it the moment it happens, when the words leave your mouth. "Listen you little brat, stop acting … [Read more...]

Bipolar In Children and Anger Issues

I hate Monday's and no it's not because I'm like Garfield. It's because Monday's for us consist of turmoil, raging, tantrums, yelling, emotional boundaries being broken or … [Read more...]

Letter to the teacher: Preparing your child’s teacher to cope with their disabilities

A new school year can be often worrisome and stressful, not just for a child who has issues to deal with but also the parent who is caring for a child with special needs.  We … [Read more...]

The Bipolar Child: A Journey With No Boundaries

      "Why does he act like that?"  My oldest son asks, staring at his brother who at the time was curled up on the floor, freaking out and … [Read more...]

How to Discipline your Bipolar Child

It is not my son's fault he has Bipolar Disorder.  That being said, it never fails that when he does something wrong, something he knows he shouldn't be doing or saying or … [Read more...]

Raising a Bipolar Child Support For Our Son Amazing

As you are all aware, or maybe some of you aren’t. Our son was recently diagnosed with bipolar disorder and sensory disorder a couple of weeks ago.  Top that with his … [Read more...]

A day in the life of a bipolar child

It's been two weeks since Trace was first diagnosed with bipolar disorder and sensory disorder. He's only six. And, if there is one thing I have learned... it's that nothing … [Read more...]

We Have a Child With Bipolar Disorder

So it’s been a couple days since we got the diagnosis that our son does not have Asperger’s but early onset bipolar disorder, and things are now settling down.  The … [Read more...]

My Little Boy Suffers But I Will Teach Him to Fly

I lay beside him listening to him whimper and cry, wiping his tears gently away from his cheeks as they fall. I wish there was something I could do as my heart rips to pieces, … [Read more...]

My bipolar child is growing up so fast

  Being a special needs mother isn't easy, but I wouldn't have it any other way. I hate the word disability and prefer to say special abilities for my son. Yet when … [Read more...]