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This is good!

I was a bit confused at times with the sudden shifts in time. Phrases like "a few hours later" or "the next day" would have helped some.

You did a good job capturing the different aspects of bipolar.
Thank you for this view of Bipolar behavior, I have never personally witnessed it, only heard stories. I was confused until I got to the end and saw the explanation, but had I been more familiar with the disorder I may have recognized it in the story. Good vision of the challenge word.
This is an excellent portrayal of the struggle bipolar/depression etc, brings, not only to the sufferer but to those offering help and love and support. Well done.
Well penned story on such a "timely" topic many suffer with. Thank you for writing.
You have packed so much of the chaos and codependency of bipolar into such a small space. I love the way you have also communicated the acceptance and hope that's all part of God's grace.
A very good, very realistic, dramatization of this devastating disorder. Well written, and while it was confusing at times, I feel that was just to give us a small taste of what's it's like to be caught up in an episode such as this. Good job and thanks for sharing it.