On Being Bipolar
Otherland Travel Journal
213

I love your choice of Bacon. He speaks to me so deeply in his portraits. At times I think him beautiful, others, so horribly distorted. Of course I’m just projecting my own BP self. I feel your post, sometimes I wish I could sit and bask in that feeling of “I’ve come a long way” hold it close and just STAY in that moment. But life with this horrible illness is much more about being outside that moment, and trying desperately to get back to it. Sigh.

Thank you for adding a voice to the silence, and in a way, pulling me back to that moment of my own. :)

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