All things mental health from a person who has overcome a seriously dysfunctional childhood and survived two mental breakdowns.
Last week, as I instructed Instagram to temporarily disable my only live account, the main emotion I felt was relief. With tinnitus raging constantly, my head can already be a noisy place. Reducing screen time and limiting exposure to other people’s highlight reels is something I’m always interested in. My hiatus lasted less than 48 […]Read More
Have you ever had a spiritual awakening? It’s been a sorrow fuelled week here. Ghosts who usually leave me in peace were on the haunt. Meaningful dates got the better of me and emotions soared. Overwhelming nostalgia and bone crushing sadness mingled with the rage I usually keep tightly lidded. But on the positive, there […]Read More
**Artwork credit, for the above, goes to the very talented Maddy Bennett. Check out her website for more information about her creations. Six months ago I was broken. Consumed with fear. Catastrophising hourly; allowing my thoughts to consume me and fall into the darkest crevices of my mind. Strangest of Times, my piece for pandemic […]Read More
During this slow moving car crash, known as 2020, many things have become apparent. Especially the dangers of living in an echo chamber. As cosy as they can feel while we’re ensconced in their warm embrace, not being willing to have our world view challenged doesn’t do us any favours. We need to be wrong […]Read More
**This article is aimed at those who feel politically homeless right now and need some help with understanding what’s happening in the world. I have included many links to other blogs I have written and interesting pieces others have, as well as videos from people who have helped me exit my echo chamber. Click here […]Read More