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 – 21st May 2018
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….
Hi everyone. Firstly I apologise in advance for any foul language in this post!! You have been warned!! Unfortunately at the moment I cannot really discuss in detail all the issues going on with some people as it could reflect badly on me and them, I would rather wait until it is safe to discuss … Continue reading I am getting closer and closer to a breaking point!!
I have been quiet the past few days-I have reverted back to my very much hated nocturnal state. But I am back!! Firstly I would like to thank 'Babbling Mummy' for nominating me for The Versatile Bloggers Award!! For those of you that do not know about the award; you get nominated by other bloggers for … Continue reading The Versatile Blogger Award
One thing I have always wanted to do is write a book, my english and grammar is not great but that is why proof reading is a must!! I finally put pen to paper and started an introduction and chapter ideas. I want this book to be personal, yet helpful and of course the main … Continue reading I put pen to paper….finally
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