The Bipolar Soliloquies
Do you know anyone with Bipolar? You do but probably don’t’ realize it. Have you ever had a discussion with anyone living with the condition? Unless you are a therapist you would likely answer in the negative. And yet, in America we have become intimately acquainted with stereotypical portrayals of people suffering from Bipolar.
In movies and magazines they are portrayed as manic at worse, eclectic and the life of the party at best. But, have you ever wondered what the internal landscape is for a person who lives with this condition prior to diagnosis and treatment? Once you have read The Bipolar Soliloquies you can answer ‘yes.’
The Bipolar Soliloquies is Book Two in an anthology of autobiographical poetry and prose titled The Physicist’s Daughter: A Trilogy.