For those of you who don’t know, today is ‘Time to Talk’ Day – a day dedicated to making sure we’re talking about mental health. To begin a conversation about it, to help be there for others, to know we’re … Continue reading Time to Talk Day: Let’s Start the Conversation.
Can you believe the last time I wrote a reflection was August?! I think the months that followed were just too hard – I ran out of adrenaline pretty quickly and as positive as August had been, I just couldn’t … Continue reading My Mental Health: January Reflection
The festivities are officially upon us and… holy mackerel – it’s Christmas in literally less than a week. You ready? Tree up, presents to buy – presents wrapped?! – friends to visit, family to see – don’t forget the cards to send … Continue reading 5 Tips for Managing Your Mental Health at Christmas
Now you may not have noticed, but I never actually got around to posting my ‘Mental Health: September Reflection’ – in truth I kept putting it off and told myself it was ok to miss one, it didn’t matter. & … Continue reading A Little Mental Health Update: Recovery is Not Linear.
If you suffer with anxiety, you might know what it feels like to constantly feel tense. A simple passing thought can result in a tight chest; a small trivial task can make breathing normally difficult; new people or crowds might make you … Continue reading What I’d Give to Just RELAX.
Most months are – as I always say – up and down. This one though, was particularly down. That said, I will not allow this post to be a big ol’ negativity spew. Yes it sucked, and yes I bloody … Continue reading My Mental Health: July Reflection & a Break Away
The last time I wrote a reflective mental health post, I was struggling a little – if you read my March post you’ll have seen I was finding it difficult dealing with judgey/ignorant people and I was hiding away a fair bit. … Continue reading My Mental Health: April Reflection