I’m sure we can all relate to struggling to get motivation. The times where you have lots of work to do, but sit and watch a season of your favourite show instead. There will be days, weeks or even months that you put off going to the gym due to lack of what you think
Citalopram is an anti-depressant I was prescribed to help with my depression. I presume that it is the standard one given out to people to see if it works before trying a new medication, but can’t confirm that. The short story is, I’m coming off citalopram. The long story is to follow. My experience on
Mental illnesses are difficult for the people suffering with them, but often people forget about the people actually supporting them. Watching your partner, parents or friends go through something so difficult can be horrible, especially if you don’t know how to help them. I thought after my post about maintaining a relationship with a mental
So we’re a fair bit in to August and I have developed a whole new set of must-haves for the month. These are the things that I an just absolutely obsessed with this month and things you should definitely look in to. Not all of these are in any way useful (in fact most aren’t)
Relationships are hard enough to maintain without the added struggle of a mental illness piled on top of it all. The thing about having a mental illness is that you stop thinking rationally and become somewhat dismissive of the help your partner is trying to provide to you or start getting angry at them for
Some photos from my travel to Ullapool. Photos of Ullapool to follow soon!
A few photographs taken on my phone on beach walks over the past couple months.