About Peter Zawistowski, Author of Work and Bipolar or Depression Blog
Work and Bipolar or Depression blog is about having Bipolar Disorder or Depression and being in business or working in a business. Peter Zawistowski (Peter Z) hopes to offer meaningful hints, tricks and help for those individuals who are reentering the workforce or just trying to keep the “work thing” going.
Peter has owned several small businesses and has also worked for various employers in the high-tech area. Peter is a 50+, near full-time writer, living just outside of Boston. He has written about high tech, aviation and for several years was a monthly columnist on satellite technology. As a part-time television engineer, he has worked or traveled to 48 of the 50 states covering events from space shuttle launches, Mardi Gras and national political conventions.
Peter is married to Nancy, an incredibly understanding and loving wife of 36 years. He has been diagnosed with Bipolar II (Bipolar Depression) and has been wrongly diagnosed with Depression for most of his life. Peter is currently undergoing Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and a regiment of medications and is feeling better than ever before. Peter is also working on the book, “Moody Like Me,” about Bipolar Disorder and the business world. He enjoys the house he shares with his wife, four cats and one dog. They all live on a dead-end, dirt road with tall trees and a bevy of wild birds.
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Zawistowski, P. (2010, September 26). About Peter Zawistowski, Author of Work and Bipolar or Depression Blog, HealthyPlace. Retrieved on 2020, December 4 from https://www.healthyplace.com/blogs/workandbipolarordepression/2010/09/about-peter-zawistowski-author-of-work-and-bipolar-or-depression-blog
Author: Peter Zawistowski
Hello, I appreciate being able to visit your blog. I just found out about this very informative blog today. I have bi-polar and I often set my goals too high and then become discouraged and then the depression sets in. I don't work outside the home but work inside the home keeping husband and new puppy happy. Just the everyday activities can seem to be too much. I look forward to visiting your blog more often. And maybe someday I can get back into the work force again. --Mary
Thanks Mary, there is plenty more coming down the pipeline. Let me know if you have any special requests -Peter