About Me


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’™

288 thoughts on “About Me

  1. Hi Juansen, I saw that you liked one of my reviews. As someone just starting out, I really appreciate that. I just had to check out your blog, and your About really stood out to me, because it’s so poignant and real. I like your work, too!

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  2. Juansen, thank you for liking my post “A Brief Explanation of Bipolar Mood Disorder”. At first I could not understand why a young man like you would enjoy such a post, but now that I have read a bit more about you, it makes sense. I have also read a few of your poems and writings and I found some of them very beautiful. I think you have great talent – keep to it and develop it! And I wish you much luck with your coming debut poetry collection.

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  3. Hello Juansen! Many thanks for taking the time to visit my author site – very kind of you to leave so many likes!

    I love music too, and love to sing. Haven’t mastered an instrument…yet, but am thinking about taking piano lessons. I also suffer with depression, and can relate to the struggle it presents.

    Continue to enjoy and share your talents – I’ll be back to browse. Keep smiling! πŸ˜‰

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  4. Hi, I think you’re pretty good at introductions. I like your quote, it makes me feel slightly better about spending so much time on my own, in my flat. I have a diagnosis of paraoid schizophrenia, and although the symptoms are pretty innocuous now it still gives me grief at times; I hope to use this blog as an emotional outlet, and raise awareness of what serious mental illness is actually all about. Anyway, I shall read more – take care.

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  5. I like that quote by Huxley it rings very true.
    Oh fret no more ,thinking how you were once before
    For you still are and will be more
    excellent in music
    Just remember to hold on to all those
    Gifts that the good lord gives
    Hold on …:)

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  6. Hi Juansen, just called in after you had the good taste to like a piece on my sgtcookieblog. As a ropey guitarist myself I recommend you take it up and I hope by following you I’ll hear the tales of your exploits in the coming months. Good luck. πŸ™‚

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  7. Thanks for liking my little poem. Glad to have come across you. You might like to have a peep on my other site on mental wellness. I am sharing my journey on how I recovered for 15 years of long term depression. Many Blessings of Love and Light to you πŸ™‚ ❀

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  8. Hey Juansen Dizon,
    Thank you for reading my post and liking it. I liked your unique “about me”. Looking forward to reading your poems and also listening to the music you would be playing on so many instruments. all the best.

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  9. Hi Juansen, thank you for being the 1st to like my post. The 1st one is always that much special. I hope you like literature and adult coloring because that is what you will see from me.

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  10. Hi Juansen! Thank you so much for taking the time to read my first blog post. I had to come and check you out. I love how transparent you are in your “About Me” section and am looking forward to reading more of your posts! I wish you all the best in 2017. Thanks again for reading my blog! *hugs*

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  11. Aloha,

    Thanks for the recent like. You might be too young to realize this, but some of the most talented people in entertainment suffer from depression. Actors, comediennes and musicians like yourself. Keep doing what your doing and say aloha whenever you want .

    take care,

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  12. I want to commend you for being honest and frank regarding your mental health. The stigma that is attached to mental illness can be crippling. Writing can be such a great therapy and coping tool. I wish you well and all the best.

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  13. Have you encountered Fernando Pessoa yet? I think you would like him very much. If you are interested, I suggest the ‘A Little Larger than the Entire Universe’ selection.

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  14. Thank you for visiting my blog. Yours is a try inspiration to me. I can’t find words of peotry, sometimes can’t even find words, to describe the feelings I hold inside. I long to find a companion to let me share, hear my pain, feel my words and understand or empathize with how I feel. No judgement, no gossip, no trying to fix me… Just listen. Love your beautiful expressions of words in poetry. I look forward to looking into your book.

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  15. Hey there! You were the first to ever read my page so I figured I would give you a shout out. You are incredibly talented and I would comment on a poem but it would imply disservice to the others. Keep up the good work and I hope my work has an impact on you as yours has had on me.

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  16. Hey, thanks for checking out my blog and being the first to do so. You have a very unique and expressive voice – cherish it! I look forward to seeing more of your work. All the best.

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  17. Juansen, you are my son at 15. He too had social anxiety, unfortunately he used alcohol as a means of being able to socialise.
    You use your ability to put beautiful words on paper to overcome. I wish you love and luck in your life, I know it will be a beautiful one πŸ™‚

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