• Day 8 #BlurtSelfCareathon : Re-Charge

    The most important part of managing my mental health is the time I give myself to re-charge. This has been really difficult for me in the past as I’ve literally had to force myself to stop everything I am planning to take care of myself meaning I’ve missed out on birthday parties, work, family events

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  • Back at Work

    I am back at work. It’s been about a month since I was last here and my goodness does it feel good to be back. I’ve been SO bored away from this place, but it was important for my health to take the time off. Mentally I am feeling so much better, the Sertraline has

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  • I’m Not A Victim

    Being a sufferer and being a victim are different things. Suffering is being affected by an illness or experiencing something bad or unpleasant. A Victim is a person who has been harmed physically or mentally. I am a sufferer of a mental illness, but I am not it’s victim and I refuse to continue letting

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  • Readjusting

    As I have been spending a lot of time cooped up in my flat and avoiding contact with anyone going back to work and socialising has become an unexpected adjustment process, and an exhausting one at that. Everything becomes that little bit harder to get back in to the longer you’ve been away from it.

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  • Living With Depression

    Depression is a funny illness because so many people have it, but don’t talk about it. I do not intend to be one of these people. I am currently suffering with depression. There is no shame in admitting the truth, Just because you can’t see it doesn’t mean it isn’t there, I can almost guarantee

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