Tag: anxiety

Small Changes I’m Making to Better My Life This Year

Small Changes I’m Making to Better My Life This Year

After dealing with a difficult few months thanks to illness, I’ve decided to make some life changes in 2019.

How to Look After Your Mental Health at Christmas

How to Look After Your Mental Health at Christmas

It’s dubbed “the most wonderful time of the year” but for many, it’s the polar opposite. Here’s some useful tips on how to look after your mental health this Christmas.

The Anxiety Files: Stop Medication Shaming

The Anxiety Files: Stop Medication Shaming

This is a post I’ve been wanting to write for a good while but after seeing a few people medication shaming in this past week alone, I felt like now was the time to say what I have to say. I’ve been on medication for […]

The Anxiety Files: How to Support Someone With a Mental Health Illness

The Anxiety Files: How to Support Someone With a Mental Health Illness

Today is World Mental Health Day and while I usually do posts about my mental health and how to help yourself, but today I wanted to make a post for those who may have someone in their lives that need support. Sometimes it can be […]

Tuesday Ten: Things I Wish I Could Tell My Younger Self

Tuesday Ten: Things I Wish I Could Tell My Younger Self

Today’s Tuesday Ten is going to be a lot more personal than usual. It’s not telling you about my holy grail beauty products, nor is it talking about the places I’d like to travel someday. More than anything, this post is for me. It’s for […]

I will never be cured…

I will never be cured…

I don’t want to make this a blog post that’s meant to get views and comments, it’s not me trying to do anything… except talk. I just need to get it out there and whatever happens, whether it gets 1 view or 100 views, then […]

Stuck Between a Rock and a Hard Place

Stuck Between a Rock and a Hard Place

What do you do when every move you make is wrong? Whatever your decision, whatever your beliefs, whatever your actions… they’re just considered wrong. For the longest time, I didn’t understand politics. I didn’t get activism. I didn’t think I needed to. I’ve been the […]

Why the ‘TRIGGERED’ meme needs to stay in 2016

Why the ‘TRIGGERED’ meme needs to stay in 2016

Memes can be fun and really be a great ‘inside joke’ to social media users, but sometimes the internet does take it a step too far, which is why I’ve decided to discuss one of 2016’s biggest meme trends; the ‘triggered meme’. For those who […]

The Anxiety Files: One thing you should know about mental health

The Anxiety Files: One thing you should know about mental health

As I write this blog post, I’m under the duvets, the dim light of my phone hitting my face, the night rather old. It’s another sleepless one for me, by the looks of things. The whole New Year period always gets me reflecting on life. […]

The Anxiety Files: habits and safety blankets

The Anxiety Files: habits and safety blankets

I originally planned to write this series in chronological order. ie: when I first got diagnosed, what happened with my relationships of friends, family and the like. But I don’t feel like going in order anymore. I just want to write about what I feel […]