I Am A Really Good Mom, Bipolar and Parenting

I contemplated titles for this article for a long time. I'm Bipolar and a Really Good MomI'm a Really Good Mom and I'm BipolarBut, no, I'm just a really good mom. Period. Bipolar has so little and so much to do with my parenting skills. If anything, having bipolar has made me more sympathetic and… Continue reading I Am A Really Good Mom, Bipolar and Parenting

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Pride Month – Gender Non Conforming Children’s Book List

One of my sweet sweet babes is gender non conforming. We noticed at about 2 years old that RJ was different from the cutie's brother. Now, at six years old, gender questioning is a better term. RJ's preferred pronouns are terms of endearment like cutie and babe which is perfect for a six year old.… Continue reading Pride Month – Gender Non Conforming Children’s Book List

Kids Can Have Depression and Another Children’s Book List

Think the stigma is bad for adults? What about kids? I imagine people whispering behind my son and I at the psychologist office, “WTF did she do to that child? Poor parenting, millennials, it's no wonder with her out at appointments in those sweatpants.” (I went too hard on myself. I can wear sweatpants anytime;… Continue reading Kids Can Have Depression and Another Children’s Book List

The Best Children’s Books About Anxiety

LA, my 7 year old, has anxiety. It's awful to watch. Someone so small, my little baby, experiencing pure terror over tiny things. Completely unable to to attend the school that he loves because of awkward experiences on the bus and the one final straw that turned me into a home school mom. Help Your… Continue reading The Best Children’s Books About Anxiety

Children’s Books Explaining Bipolar Disorder – Bipolar Parents Need To See This

Did you know the Dopamine royal family doesn't stop at the queen? That's right, there are two princes and one princess of dopamine as well. My kids are young, 8, 6 and 6 months. I knew early on I would have to talk to them about my bipolar disorder. It wasn't until my oldest was… Continue reading Children’s Books Explaining Bipolar Disorder – Bipolar Parents Need To See This