So what

Two years ago, I started this blog to share about my life as a person who lives with unseen illnesses.  I am locked in a world that many can only imagine.  It is difficult to comprehend unless you’ve lived with an unseen illness.

I was in my early thirties before being diagnosed with bipolar disorder, major depression, along with general and social anxiety.  It was difficult to deal with at first, but it filled in several blanks regarding my history.

Anyway, I’m a photographer and like working with computers, I hide behind both.  You know, it’s like when a small child puts his hands over his eyes and thinks you can’t see him.  That’s me.  I live with my hands over my eyes.

Warning:  My brain moves way faster than my typing skills allow.  I misspell words and sometimes leave them out completely.  I am subject to change thoughts midstream, without notice.

Published by Kathleen Pielhop - Midwest Mama -Creator

I took over my father’s blog September of 2017 after losing his battle with mental illness. This blog was originally to share my journey through grieving, finding peace, and trusting God in the process...and in many ways is exactly that. This has evolved into life as a family of 4 with 2 dogs, living in the Midwest. I will cover everything from fashion to our family routines. Join us on this crazy adventure!

7 thoughts on “So what

  1. Same here. Diagnosed/hospitalized in my 30s. Struggled all along just thinking I was nuts and that was that, I guess. I was called crazy most of my life, so I guess I just accepted that. I hide too – work from home on a computer haha

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