I was told that EMDR would be tough. That getting through to the other side would be a struggle, like going through a dark tunnel. Now I’m… Read more “EMDR 5&6”
Some very exciting news from the weekend! As I mentioned in my previous post Article courtesy of Anna Dutton I was asked to write an article on mental health… Read more “A teenager’s perspective”
Did somebody say published mental health writer?..
Sunday was World Suicide Prevention Day and awareness continues for the rest of the week, so to do my part I thought I’d share my experience of dealing with suicidal thoughts. This is exceptionally emotional and difficult for me to discuss, but I do find it’s both a sad and beautiful part of my story.
Now that I’ve firmly settled in back home I can feel the effect that challenging myself has had on me. I honestly feel so much stronger and… Read more “My blog and I “
I would like this post to be a bit of a discussion as I need some advice people!
I’ve never let my illness get in the way of my work or education yet the negative stigma against mental health says otherwise… so how honest should I be?
Wow it’s time to come home already. Where has the time gone? I’m so proud of myself. All the anxiety about leaving and the panic I suffered… Read more “My final day”
I am proud to say that my mum joined me on a party holiday, but I never get to tell the whole story. Well, here it is…
Living with a monster is what having to control PTSD feels like to me. It’s an endless cycle of oppressing my demon to prevent all hell breaking… Read more “Living with a monster “
The impact of friendship on mental health