Tune in as Bailey discusses her issues with the holidays in the past and why they’ve not always been very “merry and bright”. Listen as she encourages you to break-free of any miserable holiday traditions that you’ve been painfully enduring for far too long. Your mental health matters and should be put first, always.
Tune in as Bailey discusses the Do’s and Don’ts when trying to support a loved one who is feeling depressed. She discusses information she’s gathered via trusted sources as well as speaking from the heart about real-life experiences. She hopes that you’ll leave this episode with a better understanding of what you can and should do when supporting a loved one through their depression.
Tune in as Bailey gets vulnerable and talks all about what her bipolar disorder depressive episodes have felt like over the years. She goes into detail on behaviors that she would often (and still sometimes does) engage in while depressed as a way to help those who have never experienced depression to better understand it. It’s also an opportunity for those currently dealing with depression or intermittent depressive episodes to hear that you are not alone.
Tune into this episode of Distressed to Joyful; Bailey’s Way podcast to learn more about the significance of each color of season. You’ll also learn helpful information about depression and how you can help/get the help you need.
Also found on Spotify, Apple Podcasts and Stitcher. In this episode, I discuss what it means to fully “feel your feelings” as well as a few coping mechanisms that might be hindering your ability to do so. The topic of emotions and feelings typically sends people running, but combining this important information with hilarious stories and laughter makes itContinue reading “S2. Episode 13: Feel Your Feelings – Show Notes”
That photo up top may look a little familiar, eh? That’s because it’s one of the few that I’ve posted on Instagram and Facebook to give you a visual of what my mood journal actually looks like. I even hand out freebies so you can make one for yourself. But I’ve come to realize thatContinue reading “I Track My Moods – Here’s Why”