#deephealbipolar

 

 

Lauren has been blogging her journey to heal bipolar since 2014. In a holistic approach to restore mental health, her writing covers a range of topics. She found better ways to support her body with nutrition and movement, and nurtured her heart & soul through community, spirituality and emotional balance. Choose a category from the healing paths, enter a search term on top menu magnifier, or browse the latest posts below.

Healing Foods, Part 1: Bipolar and Beyond

My quest to heal mental illness through nutrition began over two years ago. I had just formally resigned from my dream job as a high school English teacher. I had invested in my Master's and grown my career slowly from preschool lead to middle/high substitute to a...

Take Courage: Healing Chronic and Mental Illness

If you or someone you love has a chronic or mental illness, this post is for you. It's for you if your physical, mental or emotional brokenness crushes your spirit. It's for you if you've been to the best doctors that you can afford, and there's nothing more that they...

Nos Cura? The Self/Name Change

Over the last 5 months, I searched for a new blog name that would be simple, memorable and convey the holistic healing that is changing my life. A Google search for "nos cura," Spanish for "heals us," gave me a hit for BibleGateway's Reina-Valera translation of...

Victory Lunch: Today, I Choose

Victory moment today: I have spent the last month retracting a GAPS stage after struggling to balance going back to work, losing my husbands father and my hours-a-day healing regimen. An evening of coffee enemas when I feel great? Whaaaaat?!! No way! I also went back...

A Door of Hope: Healing from Bipolar

For years, I have been in the Valley of Achor. Sandstorms. Mirages. Heatstroke. Hosea can relate. Hosea lives a crummy life. His wife, Gomer, is a prostitute whom he has to repeatedly bring back home after she has a wild night on the town. Gomer is just like God's...