Hello and welcome to skinkittin is mental.  My name is Jennifer and I would like to take you inside my bipolar mind.  Come along with me on the embarrassing and shame filled journey from major depression to hypomania in this thrilling account of a spinster and her feeble attempts at happiness.

Triggers, too many to count. I write a lot and edit very little.  These accounts include raw language and a subject matter currently considered taboo.  Read with discretion.


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  1. Hi, Jennifer. My names Whippoorwill. Glad to meet you. 🙂

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    1. Hello, Whippoorwill. I like your handle. The pleasure is mine. Thanks for visiting!

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