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My experiences with social media

I read a great blog post by the always fabulous Charlotte Underwood last week which centred around her time on social media and her experience when she chose to cut certain platforms out of her life. It's a great read and I recommend you check it out when you have a moment. It certainly got… Continue reading My experiences with social media

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Don’t let Twitter rule your life

I've been off of work for almost 9 months now and I'm bored. I'm bored of lie-ins, bored of what little mind-numbing daytime TV I watch and bored of the most exciting part of my week being when I get to go to Tesco and do the big shop. When I first approached my then… Continue reading Don’t let Twitter rule your life

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Making a decision

Last Friday I made a decision. Well, if truth be told I made quite a few decisions last Friday but this one decision in particular was one that I had been mulling over for rather a long time. So much so that I had already made this decision multiple times prior to Friday, each time… Continue reading Making a decision

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Conversational anxiety

It's strange how our minds can take a seemingly simple situation and twist it into something that we then perceive to be much more of an issue than it really is. That's the problem for many of us suffering with a mental illness. Our minds tend to be incredibly over active at the worst possible… Continue reading Conversational anxiety

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Debunking the misconceptions

With Mental Health Awareness Week drawing to a close in the UK I thought I would round off this week of blogging by putting to rights some of the most common misconceptions that surround those who suffer with depression and other mental illnesses. 1. We are just feeling sad or sorry for ourselves So this… Continue reading Debunking the misconceptions

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Thinking about the future

I'm at a bit of a loss as to what to blog about today. It's strange because usually a few ideas for material spark in my mind while I'm doing the most ordinary and mundane of things. But today, nothing. You could say I've got a bit of writers block I suppose. My mind doesn't… Continue reading Thinking about the future