I have always said that I'll be open and honest about my own mental health and not hide anything because that just defeats the point of talking openly and encouraging people to speak out. I've learnt something recently. I've always thought my anxiety and panic attacks were event/flying related; so like concerts, going abroad etc,… Continue reading 9 top tips of my journey!
*Warning.. this is a lengthy but totally worth it blog post, read until the end!* Ok, so I think I have found a breakthrough. A cure. A miracle for anxiety. Can you believe that? I can't but I am loving this new cure!! You will too, trust me! You find someone who suffers with anxiety… Continue reading A life changing miracle… A cure.
So many people don't know where to start when they think/know that they are struggling with their mental health. I understand that talking openly for the first time about it is daunting, scary, you feel silly and think you sound crazy. Actually you are far from crazy, you're normal. Trust me. 1 in 4 people… Continue reading Help & Support!
Ever thought that life couldn't throw anything else at you? And then all of a sudden a tornado hits and knocks you back down and you think when is it ever going to end? Please. This year so far I have experienced the process/completion of buying my first home, an end of a 5 year… Continue reading I am emotionally exhausted!
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