Surfacing After Silence

Life. After.

Identity Posts

Since these seem to be references a lot, here is a quick link:

Identity, Part 1

Identity, Part 2

Identity, Part 3

Identity, Part 4

Identity, Part 5-Discover Yourself

Identity, Part 6–Confusing Mesh of Identity Thoughts

Identity, Part 7— Who are you?

Identity, Part 8–The Mathematics of Recovery

Identity, Part 9–Defective Identity

Identity, Part 10–Who am I? Part 869?

Identity, Part 11–Who am I? Part 870

Identity, Part 12–Waist Not

Identity, Part 13–I am “that girl”

Identity, Part 14–I am not that girl

Identity, Part 15–Brand Spanking New Alexis

Identity, Part 16–Change What You See

Identity, Part 17–Self Love Letter Challenge

Identity, Part 18–ana/mia/rexia names

Identity, Part 19–A Letter of Hope and Encouragement

2 Comments »

  1. Hello,
    I was very happy to find your website for many reasons. I have ARVD and thus have an ICD, in fact my sister and two nieces also have the same problem. These last few months have been hard because I am also bipolar and life has been very tough. I have been thinking at ECT treatments and I am glad to hear that you can have the procedure even with an ICD. Thanks for sharing your story it was nice to read and know that I am not alone. I also thought the writing about being on disability was very correct. Social security is my only means of money right and I thank God for it. The only thing is that I am embarssed to be on it that I keep it to myself, I also don’t tell people that Iam bipolar because it changes things. Loved the pictures of the cats and I hope that you continue to get better.

    Comment by Jennifer Moritz | March 23, 2010 | Reply

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