The lifetime journey of a bipolar mind.
Secure your thoughts if you want to change your life.
I have followed him for a couple years now. He rose as a well-known, Bible-speaking, truth-screamin’, people-lovin’ man of God. Clayton Jennings gives us real life in the rawest form, and his messages speak to the deepest and most secret places of our soul. Where we are afraid to release, he is fearless in releasing. …
Satan has a desire to draw us away from the comfort, support, and perfect love of Christ. He knows if we slowly retreat into our feelings and fears, we create our own distance from the Savior.
I came to terms with my abuse years ago, dealing with the 'trauma'. Satan uses our junk to come at us and attack. He knows our weakness and will take advantage anywhere he sees an in.
The worry has left evidence behind, the smile has disappeared. With so much to be thankful for, I ask, "what the hell is wrong with you?"
The first step came today, admitting my weakness, the bitter state of my heart..Most people hate to admit their weakness, their wrong. I'm not one of them.
Closed forever, the blue green eyes. Where the breath was stolen amid hopeless lies. And conversations ceased, the truth unseen. To the turmoil now left behind.
You are free to say what you want, but you are not free from the consequence of what and how you say it.
Up until that point, I was a Bipolar patient. Following the tumultuous months of recovery, I would evolve to be a Woman with #Bipolar Disorder. The distinction came when I realized the storm wasn’t happening to me, but I was the storm.