Welcome to samples of my writing showcasing “Eye-locks and Other Fearsome Things.” “Eye-locks” is a Bipolar/Asperger’s memoir in narrative form that describes the triumph of love over mental illness. While not a lesson plan it documents my therapeutic journey to finding love against all odds. Useful for therapists, and for patients with Bipolar Disorder and/or Asperger’s Syndrome. A scholarly, autobiographical case history of my story was the showcase article in vopl. 13 no. 1 of Psychoanalytic Inquiry in 1993.
For the full length narrative non-fictional account click http://www.independentauthornetwork.com/ellen-stockdale-wolfe.html for a short bio, a full description, and to purchase my book.
Learning to love is an ongoing process and I am writing posts on new lessons learned.
All the original abstract painting is posted to advocate for Bipolar Disorder and Asperger’s Syndrome– for it is those very handicaps that feed my art. The more realistic nature art is dedicated to raising consciousness for animals and the environment. All other art work is purely for your enjoyment.
Finally I have also posted selections from my nature writing and poetry. My nature essays were published in a small paper in upstate New York for a year and a half. The poems have appeared throughout my life, coming and going as they please.
This is an award free blog.
July 16, 2012 | Categories: Anxiety, Asperger's & Autism, Asperger's and Love, Bipolar Disorder, Depression and Mania, Memoir Book Reviews, WELCOME! | Tags: Asperger's Syndrome, Bipolar Disorder, Bisexuality, Delusions, Depression, Fear of closeness, Love, Love as a healer, Mania, Patient's Autobiographies, Problems with Intimacy, Psychiatric Interns, Psychiatric Social Work, Psychiatrists, Psychiatry, Psychoanalytic case studies, Psychoanalytic Inquiry, Psychologists, Psychology, Social Workers, Therapeutic Relationship | 89 Comments