The Far Side of Madness
Having a mind that sometimes goes manic is an interesting burden to bear — I have to question my own senses and sensibilities on a regular basis. I have to be very careful to remain mindful, get enough sleep, and remain balanced in all areas of life (as does anyone, but to a more extreme degree).
The longer I go without an episode, though, the less this is the case. This mechanism becomes more automatic.
But I don't think I'll ever fully "let go" and just trust that everything will be fine — I'll always have a part of me that's double-checking my boundaries and my reality to confirm that it is within the boundaries of what is considered normal.
I wonder if that's healthy?
I think it is.
Thoughts & Musings: a (Public) Journal
A collection of hand-written essays by Kenneth Reitz.
- My Last Manic Episode.
- Competition and Open Source.
- The Secret to My Success: Stimulants.
- My Favorite Python Libraries.
- On Polyamory.
- A Good Hat.
- Working from Home — a Double-Edged Sword.
- Dinner with a Narcissist.
- Writing Reasonable Documentation.
- On Conferences and Travel.
- On Traveling and Depression.
- The Far Side of Madness.
- On Depression, Part I (of many).
- Pipe Dream: Making a Game.
- A Concise List of Personal Values.
- On Depression, Part II.
- On Psychedelics and Other Drugs.
- Why This isn't a Blog.
- On Inspiration and Tools (like languages).
- It's About Time....
- Stuck in a Rut.
- The Anxiety of Clout.
- On Open Source and Impactfulness.
- Living With Reasonable Regrets.
- New Project Idea: Environment Variables.
- Positivity, Coming Soon™.
- First Entry.
- Fellowship at PyCon (upcomming).
- Seeking Inspiration, Somewhere.
- Sharing is Therapeutic.
- On Writing Music and Emotional Landscape.
- I Love Typography.