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Wednesday, April 18, 2012

Interview of Bipolar Blog Guy

Introducing Bipolar Blog Guy.  Here is a recent interview that didn't happen between Bipolar Blog Guy and Snoop Dogg.

Dogg: Whass up mah nizzles!?

Snoop Dogg
Bipolar Blog Guy:  Who?  Me or your ma?  Oh me, right.  First Dogg, let me explain my blogging situation.  Blogging about having bipolar disorder while having bipolar disorder requires the ability to write while managing distractions inherent in the topic.  For example, if in the middle of a writing moment I so much as think about a topic like withdrawal effects from psychmeds, my mind becomes distracted and then bombarded and confused with negative thoughts.  The bad thoughts are associated with dysfunctional beliefs, perceptions, and attitudes.  These thoughts quickly send me to depression.  In turn, depression causes cognitive difficulties that make writing very difficult.  I find myself unmotivated without inspiration.  It's a bummer.

Dogg:  Now what am I to do if you was me and I was you?

Guy:  Well, I guess you would try and figure out how to deal with bipolar disorder since you would have it.  You might even look for new or alternative treatments or drugs out there?   
Dogg:  If the ride is more fly, den you must buy.

Guy:  Wait, what ride? Do you mean my ride is ghetto speak for bipolar?  I did not know that, amazing.  So you are saying that if I can get to a better ride (more fly) and it costs something, then I should buy it.

Bipolar Blogging Guy
Dogg:  Ain't nothin to it but to do it . .[pause, Dogg inhales smoke from a cylindrical glass device with water inside].

Dogg:  I tell the truth.  And I know what I'm talking about.  That's why I'm a threat.

Guy:  Huh?  Did you just say you are a threat?  To what?

Dogg goes off in his own world singing to himself "Rollin down the street, smokin indo, sippin on gin and juice.  Laid back with my mind on my money and my money on my mind."

Guy:  Okay, thanks Dogg!  Good luck with your money situation.


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  2. Hi there! Thanks a lot for checking out my blog and giving feedback! I like your site and look forward to seeing it grow. Peace, Jeff

  3. Replies
    1. Thanks! I now have the fish representing the different moods I have during the day. Lately it's been mostly grey fish (mild depression). Do I have too much time on my hands? Lol.

  4. Bipolar Blogging Guy: Have you considered writing an article for the VC Reporter to generate more awareness for your awesome blog-o-sphere? Might be just the thing... Or something.

    1. I have only done a few things so far to generate awareness. I will be transitioning to a different web platform/setup in the not too distant future. After I get that site up and running well I will surely consider writing an article in one (or more) of the local papers. Thanks for the input!

  5. Bipolar Blogging Guy - all the best in promoting your blog. I agree that it is important that those of us who have learned to manage their bipolar disorder share the answers with those who are still looking for them.

    1. Hello Ray! Thanks for dropping by. Let's keep getting the word out!