Bipolar II Mental Health Conditions Philosophy


I’ve always loved that word.
From the moment I first heard it –
I said:
That’s it.
I’m an Existentialist.

But how do you explain Existentialism?
It’s pretty morbid.
But maybe the explanation is not as important as the feelings associated with this philosophy.

Maybe if you understand the feelings – maybe if they make sense to you – that’s all that’s needed to understand the philosophy.

So what are some of the feelings associated with Existentialism?

Despair; Alienation; Nightmarish – living the same one over and over, extreme suffering or total ignorance of what is happening to you; Hell; Irony.

Not a fun bunch.
Except intellectually.
As an exercise.

But highly typical of Depression.
A medical condition.

I understood it mostly through the works of various playwrights –

Sartre, No Exit; the Irish Guy, whats-his-name, who wrote Waiting for Godot. And a couple of German playwrights whom I can’t recall, their names, right now.

Add to that formula a bit of Surrealism and you’re set!

Things That Never Made It Into Print

By Things That Never Made It Into Print

Keep it simple ... Radical ... Writer, Artist, Dancer, Musician, Chicago Betty

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