Your struggle is part of your story. Part of battling mental heatlh issues is accepting that sometimes you will relapse. And sometimes that relapse will be a pretty major one. It can set us back weeks, months, even years. These relapses can make us feel as though we're starting all over again from the beginning,… Continue reading Recovering After A Major Relapse (Audio)
Do not dwell in the past, do not dream of the future, concentrate the mind on the present moment. Before we begin to discuss how we can make mindfulness work for us and the ways in which it can benefit our mental health, it's important to understand what the word actually means. Here is a… Continue reading Mindfulness: How To Make It Work For You
And here you are living, despite it all - Rupi Kaur It's no secret that I've battled my way through suicidal thoughts, and a number of actual attempts at taking my own life. It's no secret that I'm diagnosed with Borderline Personality Disorder and will likely be suffering with mental illness for a long time… Continue reading Living With Suicidal Thoughts – And How I’m Defeating Them
Maybe we all have darkness inside of us and some of us are better at dealing with it than others - Jasmine Warga Waking up each day may seem an easy task, probably the easiest you will face in the day. But when you have depression mixed in with anxiety, it can quickly become the… Continue reading What Does It Really Feel Like To Have Depression And Anxiety?
You can't tell just by looking at someone what they are dealing with - Danielle Rupp Dealing with self-harm is a battle and a half. The thoughts are all-consuming, making it a highly draining and stressful experience to be going through. It feels like there's no escape from it. It feels like it's the only… Continue reading Dealing With Self-Harm Tendencies
Your scars don't make you less worthy or lovable My battle with mental health has been a long and difficult one, and it's still very much ongoing. Being diagnosed with Borderline Personality Disorder back in 2015 explained a lot to me, and it explained a lot of my behaviours throughout childhood. When growing up I… Continue reading My Recovery Story