About

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‘You glow like the lighthouse through my shipwreck’- Dani Sylvia lyrics

This blog was started by a young woman in the UK who has lived with bipolar disorder for 13 years as well as anxiety disorders. Diagnosed with bipolar 1 disorder (a mood disorder) at 16, and now in my twenties, I blog about what has helped me in recovery and am here to help others too.

Be Ur Own Light was started in March 2016 to raise awareness to friends and family of what life is like living with these conditions and to emphasise how, however difficult you can go on to live a happy and fulfilling life.

I hope you enjoy reading the posts and positive comments and any questions are always welcomed. You can contact me via the Contact page.

For more Blog posts, you can see my posts about life with bipolar on Rethink Mental Illness, Time to Change UK, Bipolar UK and further collaborations with The Counsellors Cafe, Phobia Support Forum, Self Harm UK and the Monologues Project. I also blog for the Huffington Post UK, Brighton Wellness Centre and other organisations under my real name. See the articles tab to read more!

Thanks for stopping by- You are not Alone.

 

 

7 thoughts on “About

  1. Catherine Townsend-Lyon, Author & Columnist

    Thank you for sharing your journey with the world! Now write a book about it. A great way to leave behind as a “Legacy” so you can continue to help others have hope with living with mental health when you are long gone. I did, and I shared both my addiction and recovery and my living with mental illness. We are caring and productive people 🙂

    Author & Columnist at In Recovery Magazine,
    Catherine Lyon XO

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