It is important that you take time out to self care. We can get so caught up in our hectic busy lives that we forget about ourselves and to self care. Self care can help reduce or manage your mental health illness and by staying aware and making time for your mental health is key.… Continue reading Self Care is important!
How many of you are on instagram, facebook, twitter, snapchat? You post photos, status', tweets, snaps etc, I know I do.. How many of you compare yourself to others posts etc? You think "look how happy they are?" Or "why can't I be like that?" Or "my life is nothing compared to theirs!" I have… Continue reading The painted picture on social media
Everyone pictures counselling by lying on a bed, crying into a pillow, rambling away to a therapist whilst they write notes on their notepad. Yeah? Well... that's not really how it goes like it does in the films. Yes probably alot of crying (don't worry they have boxes of tissues), they do have a notepad… Continue reading Counselling
Eeek guess what!! Today is the day that I wrote my first ever blog post! It's one year since I opened up and spoke out about suffering with anxiety and panic attacks! At first I was abit nervous, anxious, worried, and overthought every possible response I could get when I published my first post! I… Continue reading A year on…
I never really exercised outdoors, or infact my daily routine consisted of waking up, going to work (stuck in an office), come home, back in my pjs and be a couch potato for the rest of the night; then the next day, the routine cycle starts again. Not very exciting for a 23 year old… Continue reading The power of fresh air
Recently I came across a mental health campaign within a workplace. When I questioned it, it turns out the campaign was mainly for men, to try and get men to speak out. Now I was quite taken aback by this and thought what about women in their workplace. Why can't they focus on mental health… Continue reading Everyone has a mental health!
A panic attack is horrible. I have so many changes and things happening, all that's happening is a panic attack. Not severe, just a big fat elephant sat on my chest making it 10x harder for me to breathe. With general anxiety disorder, change is a massive trigger to the attacks. It's like looking at… Continue reading Big fat elephant ugh.