About Me



I am Juansen Ryne J. Dizon ✿

I am a manic-depressive writer. 💐

I am a suicide survivor. 💐

I write poetry, quotes, and prose about my own experiences with mental illness, depression, anxiety, love, loss, and the bittersweet feelings that come with being human.

I also love writing on the subjects of hope, healing, and self-love with the dream that I may inspire, understand and bring therapy to those who also suffer from mental illness.

My second self-published poetry collection ‘I Am The Architect of My Own Destruction’ is now available here: https://www.amazon.com/dp/1721578641 ✿


279 thoughts on “About Me

  1. Of course, I could claim to be an expert on feelings of depression because of my age. For that reason, I become sad when I see youthful faces that forge a smile while knowing inside their crying. I hope one day you overcome the hardships that mental illness lays at one’s feet.

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  2. Hello, Juanesen. A pleasure to meet you. I feel as though we were separated at birth. W share the same passions in regards to clinical depression and anxiety. I have quite a few more issues but work on this daily. Thank goodness
    meds, meditation, coping skills, etc… Most importantly, i write to share my experience in order to help others.
    I truly look so forward to following our journey.
    Take care, Beckie

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  3. Thanks for liking my post 🙂 is there anything in particular that you liked or resonated with you? I’m open to feedback.

    Also, just a thought – you should put a donate button on your page to get some more income from blogging.

    Congrats on the book by the way, you’re a talented poet. I used to feel the way you describe, it’s a tough place to be, but it gives rise to a very creative, if dark, muse. I hope for more light to enter your life, even if it just seeps through the cracks in the walls and creates spontaneous shadows on the ground, I hope it stirs your soul and frees your mind.

    Love, Erica

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  4. I finally read your blog! I’m impressed that you’re managing to turn the worst possible experience (anxiety and depression) into something creative and inspiring. I know from personal experience that it’s not easy. Please keep writing, both for your own healing and to help others. Your poetry will let people know that they’re not alone in their struggles.

    I’m sending supportive thoughts in your direction and wishing that you’ll eventually make your way to a happy, anxiety-free life.

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  5. I admire how open you are with your mental illness through writing because I know it’s not that easy. You have great talent in you. I’m also planning to have my own ‘writings-blog’ but my anxiety prevents me to. I hope I can find my courage to write just like you. Power!

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  6. I came across your blog recently when looking for a coping skills list to reference. I am glad I stopped by. It´s a brave thing to do to share online. I am just getting my own blog up and going (I aim to blog about mental health and motherhood) and it´s always encouraging to come across other bloggers. Keep it up!

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  7. Congratulations on your book. I think it sounds like it is doing very well. I am very proud and happy for you. l am not sure if you know this or not yet, but I have nominated you for the “Liebster Award” because I think you are amazing and your blog is awesome. Here is the link to the post that tells you about your nomination for the Liebster Award and what the rules are for the nomination and the award. Congratulations and you deserve it. https://myloudbipolarwhispers.com/2018/01/01/yay-i-was-nominated-for-the-liebster-award/.
    Many blessings and hugs, Sue

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  8. Thank you for appreciating my post! I’ve visualized a little bit your blog and I must admit that it’s one of the most inspirational and sensitive blog I’ve ever seen. Also, I am extremely delighted to find out that there are still people who understand that everyone of us is just an unique poem, no matter if they’re suffering from a mental disorder or not. It’s incredible how you manage to write on these subjects such artistically.
    With admiration,

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