Far be it from me –

Glutinous Bipolar – Gluten and Bipolar Symptoms

on March 6, 2015

Rethinking Bipolar

Glutinous Bipolar – Gluten and Bipolar Symptoms

It is 16 years since I was last detained on a psychiatric ward, 15 years since I learned how to self-manage and stay away from psychiatrists. It is now more than 4 years since I last took any psychiatric drug.

Today, it feels like I am ‘back to square one’ with words from a 1960’s song in my head.

Lock me away and don’t allow the day, here inside, where I hide with my loneliness…

Everything was going well, so why am I feeling this way?

It was cold and dark with a bitter wind. I was walking back to the train station when I got some bad news on my phone just as a welcoming fish ‘n’ chip shop came into view. I had promised a friend I would not eat chips. I went in and bought a sausage instead.

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2 responses to “Glutinous Bipolar – Gluten and Bipolar Symptoms

  1. Thank you Judith. I am guessing you know people who struggle with gluten.

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