About Me

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Hey. πŸ™‚

I am Juansen Ryne J. Dizon πŸ’™

I am a writer with bipolar disorder.Β πŸ’™

I am a suicide attempt survivor.Β πŸ’™

I’m still in the soft process of healing.Β πŸ’™

I’m a dreamer who spends his days in solitude, growth, and survival. πŸ’™

My second self-published poetry collection β€˜I Am The Architect of My Own Destruction’ is now available here:Β https://www.amazon.com/dp/1721578641Β πŸ’™

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288 thoughts on “About Me

  1. Juansen, question and idea. Question and request favor first. Did you click all the way through to the article itself? It seems the promo wordpress blog was too long, gave the story away and many people didn’t get the gist of it or the joke, especially on facebook. Could you help me out and do that? I’ll give you the link.

    Ok, your’re a writer. My publication, bphope.com, the digital wing of the quarterly print publication ‘Bipolar Magazine” …they have a sister publication called “Esperanza.” I don’t know that much about it except they are looking for bloggers. It’s dedicated to anxiety and clinical depression. If you are interested I’ll find out who is in charge. Being a blogger is unpaid, but it’s a good way in the door to getting a feature story in the actual magazine and getting paid.

    I used to get paid for my writing in the 90’s,……short local pieces 45 and national pieces 150.00
    Recently I wrote a one off for NewLifeOutlook Bipolar *(they have a community for depression) I think and they paid 75.00.
    link…if you could click and give me a one word response
    http://www.bphope.com/blog/bipolar-strong-list-o-mania-shocker
    What would be a better title?No one seemed to get the joke.

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    • I would write for free but I have no articles in mind yet. I’ll contact you once I have an article ready. And I’m okay with rejections.

      And about the article.

      I just got the point I think. It’s about disliking top 10 lists for bipolar stories.

      I think the title is okay. It has mania in it. I can’t find another word that rhymes with mania.

      And I can’t seem to think of a better creative title since all my article ideas are quite generic.

      Looking at the comments section people actually enjoyed your post πŸ™‚

      Like

  2. I’m curious about your mental illness romance novel–does it have a happy ending, I hope? You’ve encouraged me to think about a similar project, so I wish you much success. It’s very difficult, having a mental illness. It does birth plenty of writing (mostly poetry, for me–I’ve not completed my novel in progress)–but it’s left me no choice but to be a recluse. I’m not unhappy–but it’s not the life I dreamed of when I was young (I’m 63). Anyway, God bless you in all areas of your life.

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  3. Hi! Sorry for the upcoming robot-sounding comment but I have nominated you for the three quotation challenge! It’s not compulsory just a simple activity to liven up the community! I thought it would be fun. You can find all the details here:

    https://sarahondesertsand.wordpress.com/2016/05/01/three-quotation-challenge/

    By the way I can relate to your about and your blog so much, and so I enjoy it. I know that it might sometimes be tough to share what you do but I personally really appreciate your doing so. Hang in there.

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  4. Your writings make take readers to places we don’t want to go or stay. They’re intriguingly dark but not sad. Feels more therapeutic and like a releasing. I hope that you continue to write to show there’s a way out of darkness or any path one should not follow. Thanks for sharing your thoughts and providing a light in the world of dark places. I appreciate you visiting my blog today.

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  5. I am new into blogging, then I saw you liking one of my posts and here I am! I love your blog, I can describe it with words since I am not good at describing, one thing is for sure; I am going to read more of your posts! πŸ™‚

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  8. hey man! just wanted to say thank that i stopped by your blog and took a look at some of your writing…you have a raw voice- and as you continue to capture and understand it- i think it will become an even more powerful force…use your vision- your strength- and your spirit- to make the impact you wish- with your voice and sense of self…the world needs you…

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  9. I really like your bio. I am not got with introducing myself either. I also struggle with depression and anxiety and I find that writing helps me with managing it. Thank you for reading and liking my posts. I look forward to reading your blog posts as well πŸ™‚ Take care, Olivia

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  10. Thank you, Lonely Blue Boy for stopping by my blog and leaving a “like” for my little poem. Judging from your work and these comments you won’t be lonely for long.

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  11. Thank you for the blog likes, Juansen! I agree with Huxley and you on solitude. : ) Love this by Thomas Mann too…

    ” A solitary, unused to speaking of what he sees and feels, has mental experiences which are at once more intense and less articulate than those of a gregarious man. “

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  12. Hi, thanks for visiting my blog and for the follow. You’re a very creative person! Writing, poetry, music… I look forward to browsing your blog and your posts. It’s great to connect with you. Take care, Jenny

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  13. Thank you Juansen, for your excellent comment. Made me LOL!
    “You should go see what they’re up to. Maybe you’ll like their blog as much as they liked yours!”

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