This is a topic I have spoken about before, but a topic that gained traction amongst my readers and one I feel so strongly about reinforcing on a regular basis. As I have said before, succeeding your relationship whilst managing any kind of mental health issue is one of life’s most difficult tasks. Relationships, like … Continue reading When someone you love has anxiety/depression
I have felt the way I do about my body for as long as I can remember and I cannot ever recall a time that I have been happy with my appearance. There is a harsh critic that lives inside of my head and it tells me I am overweight, pale, ugly and undesirable. My … Continue reading Living with Body Dysmorphic Disorder
Amongst all the fun and happy national days in the world, “awkwardly and uncomfortably” (due to the stigma I have spoken about before) sits World Suicide Prevention Day which took place yesterday, Sunday 10 September 2017. In light of this day, I wanted to share with you the statistics, educate people on the situation … Continue reading Take a minute, change a life
I am still feeling the effects drawn from missing a day or two of my tablets, today has become a little unbearable for me - I vow to never stop without supervision from my doctor again! Trying to remain so positive even when I perhaps feel otherwise consumes such huge amounts of energy and sometimes … Continue reading Every day may not be good but there is something good in every day
This week has been quite a struggle to say the least. Feeling stressed, down and not good enough is a headspace that I am all too familiar with, one I fight to avoid on an almost daily basis. The focus of my blogging is to help other people, that said I have found it is … Continue reading Don’t be ashamed of your story. Use it to inspire other people!
Why do we judge ourselves solely on our reflection in the mirror? The quote I am focusing on today is something that really moved me when I found it and it altered my perspective on how I visualise my self-worth (for a little while at least!). I have had a tough few weeks in regards … Continue reading Reflections