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The messy side of mental health problems : what the media & campaigns don’t show

I was surprised to find myself largely neutral to the widespread mental health campaigns being run to raise awareness. I’ve seen many of these, encouraging people to talk about mental health and problems like depression and anxiety. Awareness is good, don’t get me wrong. I’ve seen media coverage featuring stories of

Can’t stop the feeling

Pre dental surgery anxiety flared, my IBS went crazy and I felt so so sick. My breakfast wanted to come up. And it sorta did. "It's just a routine thing, just a routine thing," I muttered to myself like  a mantra. But anxiety is a hell of a thing. 87288


I was robbed eight nights ago. The incident opened up a deluge of emotions I'd tucked safely away where I couldn't access them. 87284

Stand against bullies

“You have enemies? Good. That means you’ve stood up for something, sometime in your life” –Winston Churchill I hesitated for a long while to write this post. I really really wanted to, but the truth is that I was ashamed. I have always been embarrassed to say that I was bullied.

Medication Journeys

When it comes to medication and finding what works, each of us must embark on our own individual journeys. They will consist of highs and lows. And oh the lows can be disconcerting, particularly when we start out hopeful that we'll to gain the help we need to manage our conditions, only

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