All things mental health from a person who has overcome a seriously dysfunctional childhood and survived two mental breakdowns.
A few weeks ago, I posted some stuff on social media which received an instant negative reaction. I’m no stranger to being trolled, but this was different. Simply clashes of opinions, which I did not have the energy to continue the conversation on. I’m not the kind of blogger who sits back and thinks “oh […]Read More
To say I behaved self-destructively during my teens and early twenties would be an understatement. Haunted by my dysfunctional upbringing, I would get wasted to escape the thoughts inside my own head. A night would often end with me crying about things that had happened in the past – essentially reliving the trauma every time. […]Read More
I’m exceptionally proud to be able to say I’ve passed the first big milestone on my newest journey: 30 days sober today! Not wanting to underplay this monumental achievement, for in the past it has been an unclimbable mountain, it’s actually not been very difficult. Why, you might be wondering? Well, in the simplest of terms, I’m […]Read More
Are you nice to you or do you talk down to yourself? Without even realising it, you could be chipping away at your confidence every hour of every day. There is much to be said for making peace with all our flaws and the person we perhaps thought we’d be, but didn’t quite manage to […]Read More
Being eco conscious is all the rage right now. Between the Extinction Rebellion protests, worldwide school strikes and Greta Thunberg’s impassioned recent speech to the UK government, the tide is definitely changing. It’s making ordinary folk reassess their own habits, which can only be a good thing. Facts are we won’t reverse climate change by […]Read More