Positive Points/Testimonials

'I think you are a very inspiring woman. I think it’s amazing to have heard how much you went through and look today at someone as resilient and strong as you.'

Helene Carpentier de Caro

'Very brave to speak out and I hope people in the same situation gain from it. You done well, honey.'

'Wow, Liz that was brilliant and really took some courage to speak out, it's fantastic please don't stop now though, you really are going to help so many people by sharing your experiences'

Here are some lovely comments from those who have heard me speak or read my story...

'I like sad stories with a happy ending. It almost made me cry and then I realised that it was you! Seriously though - it's good that other people can see what you have been through and hopefully it may help someone out there that is having a bad time'

'Wow, Liz that was brilliant and really took some courage to speak out, it's fantastic please don't stop now though, you really are going to help so many people by sharing your experiences'

'Seriously, ALL that has happened and you are still smiling? No wonder your Mum still gets upset. I think it is a lovely story in the sense that you got through it, frightening though, and I reckon a lot of what has occurred can happen to anyone with your condition and worse stories I am sure are out there. I think you're right that bipolar isn't just an imbalance - it seems to be a catalogue of causes.'

'Very brave to speak out and I hope people in the same situation gain from it. You done well, honey.'

'Gosh Liz, just read your blog and it's amazing. So detailed and inspiring, not only to the individuals suffering to make them feel they are not alone (which is very important) but it also gives an insight to those that don't understand/judge those with bipolar.'

'Rare to hear such an open and honest account, thank you for sharing.'

'I think you are a very inspiring woman. I think it’s amazing to have heard how much you went through and look today at someone as resilient and strong as you.
I know how difficult it is to live with a mental illness. My mother is bipolar and hasn’t worked for years. It is a real struggle to keep her mentally healthy every day. My sister and I struggle quite a lot in helping her so I found that the event this morning very insightful for tips.' (Helene Carpentier de Caro)