I’ve experienced the delights of the UK mental health system. Having pushed for a referral into the system for such a long time due to my tendency to want to hurt myself and the permanent feelings of despair and hopelessness that I had been experiencing for months, when I finally found myself under the care… Read More During 2018..
Tomorrow is New Years Eve. It used to be a day that I would dread when I was younger because I always felt under pressure to go out and pretend to have a good time. Even though I would rather be at home in the warm, tucked up in bed, ignoring the fake festivities. Of… Read More Thoughts on New Years Eve
It’s 4.45am and once again I find myself wide awake and unable to fall back asleep. That’s not through want of trying though! No having awoken from my usual disturbed slumber at the ludicrous time of 3.30am I’ve done all the usual things you do when you wake up in the middle of the night… Read More Living with Obstructive Sleep Apnoea
I saw this post on Instagram earlier and it really inspired me.I hope it can inspire you too.
Ever since I started this blog my goal has always been the same. To reach out and reassure people that are suffering with a mental illness that they’re not alone. That there are others out there who are in a similar boat to their own. I’ve always tried to keep things honest and real about… Read More Recovery and reinvention
Christmas can be a stressful time for many of us, and all too often we end up putting everyone else’s happiness before our own. With that in mind, here are 3 tips to help make the festive season a bit more bearable. 1. Be selfish – As harsh as this might seem it is important… Read More 3 tips for a less stressful Christmas