A Blind Case Study To Open; Taken By Small Grants

The common theme that you will find if one was to interact with a counselor for mental health growth is that they want you to “label” things that make you happy. It is a cause for emotional growth to escape the placid form that to be happy one needs a spouse or somebody to share it with.

Typically speaking, persons with a type of Bipolar Disorder can never find “happy” and they are normally grumpy. You will see grumpy men and associate that they could have a type of chemical imbalance. Women are grumpy too with their lack of skill set to deal with themselves let alone small children.

Life is a road that is often bumpy, curvy and full of unexpected surprises that could make somebody grumpy or even the lack of happy moments. I know that when I’m in a “not so happy place” I try to find happy everywhere because more often than not, we the people take so many things for granted. Most take running water as “this is the way it’s supposed to be” while another “absorbs” themselves in taking reveling in the use of water pouring from a tap.

Yesterday I got to go hunting and every time we went out we did not see a mule deer doe or buck for that matter. There were quite a few tracks but none to be seen. This can be frustrating but if you can be taken by the small grants that life offers us you might be able to be happy regardless.

These next photos were taken because I was inspired by Veronica Cronin with her book I Am So Bipolar.

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About terrikovalcik

Author of The Bipolar Workshop, Junior Hunters at Large Series, Hunting and Fishing for Kids, Funny Short Stories for Kids, Mortal Love, I Was So Bipolar, Sparkly the Pink Unicorn and many more titles. Counselling Bipolar Disorder
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