I will always champion others who are utterly devoted to creating a positive change and subsequently deserve their voices to be heard.
We have been experiencing soaring temperatures over the last couple of weeks. Here in England we’re having a heatwave so let’s put on our shorts,
Having just started Group DBT Therapy, naturally I have spent a lot of time reflecting on how my life has changed so dramatically over the last 12 months
I’m at the point in my recovery where I’m attempting to structure some sort of a daily routine which consists of essential self-care practices
It’s becoming more and more apparent that Social Media is having a negative impact on our mental health. Earlier this week,
I was unknowingly living with BPD for 25 years. On the day when I received my diagnosis, I was very vulnerable and my mental state was all over the place. I was angry, upset and in denial.
Last week was Mental Health Awareness Week and this year’s focus has been on answering whether we are surviving or thriving. I think that this is a question that we all need to ask ourselves.
“How can anyone love you if you don’t love yourself”. That’s an affirmation that I’m sure most of us are aware of, yet the idea of loving yourself or even liking yourself is very complicated. I’ve always misunderstood the concept of self-love as arrogant and narcissistic.
Birthdays are universally a time to celebrate. It’s a big pat on the back for surviving yet another year. You share this annual milestone with friends and family and generally you’re made to feel like the centre of attention.