Tony’s Interview Feature

An feature interview done on me by a very talented online blogger from California. Check out his site.

The Bipolar Writer Collaborative Mental Health Blog

If there is one thing that I have learned while writing interview features on my blog is that in every walk of life for someone dealing with a mental illness, the story is different. Our stories are what define us, and hopefully, make us better people in the end.

I always imagined telling the story of someone much like myself, and in truth, I have a real affinity for stories. It was amazing the number of people willing to have me share their story.

When I first met Tony, it was on my blog, and over the course of just a short time, he shared pieces of his experience within my blog posts. When the opportunity came to share the major parts of his story, Tony jumped at the chance to be featured on The Bipolar Writer. Here is the story of one human being and his journey from…

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16 thoughts on “Tony’s Interview Feature

  1. Quite the interview. I thank you for doing this because it’s through people and stories like yours that others can relate and find some healing, believe me. 😊

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  2. Wow…I am so glad that you put this out there
    There are so many people feeling isolated and lost but now they know they are not alone. Knowing that others go through similar things is one of the things that keeps me going. And thank you so much for mentioning the FOG!!! I explain this to people and everyone things I’m nuts. It Is a relief to know that this is not just me. Thank you and I look forward to keeping up with you!

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