Monthly Archives: February, 2017

Crying Through Night Time Anxiety?

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It’s weird that I find myself at 4.30 in the morning writing this because I really didn’t want to. I have had to take a mental health hiatus from this blog of late and had told myself my return would come with explanation and realms of advice. Sometimes though, things do not always go to plan. Continue reading →

Claiming My Blog On Bloglovin’ (Apparently)

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If This Works Please Do As The Link Above Says…

I Will Love You Forever*

*I Have BPD So That’s Probably Acurate

BPD And.. The Natural Manipulator?

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Stigma surrounding mental health issues is rife. It’s in the media, in the work place, amongst our peers and (most worrying to me) within the mental health system itself. With 1 in 4 people experiencing mental health problems every year it’s scary to think that it’s still a taboo subject to talk about. Silencing yourself when it comes to something you or someone you know is facing becomes isolating and dangerous. It breeds ignorance and prolongs suffering.

But why would you speak up when the Stigma stings so much?

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