About!

Missives of Artemis

In essence, this is a personal blog. On it, I will spill my guts (anonymously) to strangers.

I write about my anxiety disorder, agoraphobia, PTSD, bi-polar, ADHD and a slew of other things I’ve been diagnosed with. I’m kind of a crazy, I guess. I’d like to think that despite these things, I’m high functioning, positive, and an incredibly creative type. I hope that my experiences can help other people who might be struggling themselves.

I also use it as a place to share my thoughts and ideas on whatever it is that is currently on my mind.

I also love to share things I love with people. I’m beginning to experiment with writing reviews on various things that I love; be it music, television, art, books, and more.

Basically, this is a site in which I am attempting to write, unconfined, unrestrained, and unlimited by anything.

Like many, I want to express myself. This is my safe place to do that.

Welcome to my website. Thank you for visiting.

Love,

Artemis

 

6 thoughts on “About!

  1. Hi Artemis, I am Dan I also suffer from Bipolar Disorder and Anxiety Disorder. In addition I have Celiacs Disease and Diabetes. I am a writer too. I like to write stories. I’ve written 440 stories. I like your writing Keep writing. That’s nice of you help others and brave of you to put yourself out there. I like to write short stories for my friends with mental illness to make them feel better.

      1. Your welcome Artemis. I am going to read more of your blogs and comment on them. I can really relate to your anxiety. Yea I love writing for friends. It’s nice to do special things for your friends.

      2. Your welcome. I can’t wait until I get to my 500th story that will be a big accomplishment for me. In August I got to 300 and in December I got to 400. It feels really good to know your writing helps someone. I wrote Erin a story on the day her dog passed away and it helped her feel better. Kathleen and Jenny had some real tough days dealing with their mental illness and relationships and my stories helped them too. So it’s good when the stories make a difference. My friend’s granddaughter Chanel is autistic and she loved the story I wrote for her. ‘Chanel’ story goes down as my favorite story always makes me happy when I read it.

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