Thursday, July 17, 2008

Couldn't pass this up.

I can't resist posting this link from the NYT's.

I will have to read this lady's book, she is so gripping. This is Terri Cheney, a beautiful manic-depressive who wrote this for "Modern Love' on January 13, 2008. She relates to the reader the utter scourge of trying to figure out who the hell you are as a bipolar, especially in romance terms (gasp) INCREDibly well. Enjoy. I'm going to leave the computer Alone now.:) Tart

Take Me As I Am, Whoever I Am


Hopefulsl said...

Well Tart, sorry for the loss of your boat. And i hope i did not offend you by saying that your husband needed to get a back bone???
I did not mean that in a bad way towards your husband. So i am very sorry if i had upset you.
I will watch what i say from now on.
Like the info. on bipolar, i already have copies that are close to this add that you have posted. Never can have to much info. thats for sure!
Thanks for sharing, and i hope you will enjoy your new book.
Hugs and Blessings to you!
Love Stacy

'Tart said...

Dear Stacy,
You did not offend at all with the 'backbone' statement. I sincerely think he should get one too!!! LOL! Honest, you didn't say anything wrong, and you don't have to walk on eggshells here!

I'm mad at him for not having 'more backbone' but at the same time I love him so I had to add that paragraph. But you have sincerely done nothing wrong, cause Girl I was thinkin' the same thing!:)

I was so excited that NYT's would finally post something on one of my favorite subjects, that's why I made such a big deal about it here on the blog. Maybe I was having a bit of a manic moment myself, tho. I hope you enjoy what info there actually is in it, and thank you always for your comments! I always appreciate them and I am so glad to hear what you have to say.:)
Hugs and blessing sent to you,

Hopefulsl said...

Whoo, i feel better now,(GIGGLES)...
I really try not to step on anybodies toes!! Thanks for understanding, and i too like seeing your comments as well....
I can see That Tracy really has a good friend!

Tracy said...

Sorry it took me so long to read these articles. I did see the posts but didnt have time to look at the articles earlier because of driving back and forth to the print shop. They are wonderful! I loved hearing about all the different stories. They are pretty powerful. Thank you for sharing! It really does help bring more understanding to everyone when we get to hear each story.

Love ya and talk with you soon!