Returning to Work following sick leave

TW : This post can be triggering. I do not really know how I am feeling at the moment. I have gone back to work after being off for the entire period of 2018. (Literally!!) Was I ready?....No Was it necessary?....YES!! Thoughts I have had since being back at work; Wanting to self harm. Thinking … Continue reading Returning to Work following sick leave

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I am only 27….

I am only 27 years old (or young!) and I have lived through Emotional Abuse and Bullying Physical Abuse and Bullying Self Harm Anorexia Bulimia Binge Eating Disorders Suicidal Thoughts Loss of a Parent Obsessive Compulsive Disorder Anxiety Depression And you know what? I am still here!! Mental Illness is a difficult, harsh and life … Continue reading I am only 27….

Mental Health Awareness Letters – 2nd May 2018 – TW

As May is Mental Health Awareness Month, I had an idea to write a letter each day to a person, or group of people that have had an impact on my own personal health. The first portion of the month has been delayed, however I hope that I will catch up and there will be … Continue reading Mental Health Awareness Letters – 2nd May 2018 – TW

One of the worst questions you can ask me….

Well there are several ways to word this question but the basic question that is really one of the worst you can ask me is; "What has caused your anxiety/depression?" At this point my head is saying While there are several incidents, issues, triggers and events that have led to my current situation, the simple … Continue reading One of the worst questions you can ask me….

8 Pieces of Advice for Anyone Starting College With a Mental Illness

Find my Published Article on The Mighty @ https://themighty.com/2017/08/advice-tips-starting-college-university-mental-illness-depression-anxiety/ “What’s that? Anxiety? Depression? Oh, I had that and I know loads of people that have it too — you’ll be fine!” Ugh. Yes, anxiety and depression is becoming more commonplace, perhaps because they are being talked about more, better diagnosed and less stigmatized. Although, stigma … Continue reading 8 Pieces of Advice for Anyone Starting College With a Mental Illness