I’m good at my job. In fact, most days I’m REALLY good at my job.
I excel at sales. I write and edit as naturally as breathing.
I build strong relationships with people and network with ease.
I come up with ideas and marketing campaigns that blow my boss away.
But those are on the days my mood is normal or hypomanic.
There are other days, when depression is pulling the insides of my brains apart and scattering them across the path I walk; debris from the emotional landmine I tried to avoid but stepped on anyway. These are the days that I have the performance of a 5-year-old that was thrown into a management position. And then, quite frankly, I suck.
This is why…. [Read more…]