Coping Are You An Addict?

Are You An Addict?

Are you an addict? I ask you this because a year or so ago, I would have said no. Today, I would answer yes. So what changes and what could you not be realising about yourself? There is a saying: “The truth will set you free.” It could be timeless wisdom or a tired cliché, …

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Coping You Don’t Know What A Person Is Thinking

You Don’t Know What A Person Is Thinking

When someone commits suicide such as someone famous, you hear a lot of people say that it doesn’t matter how good someone’s life might appear, you don’t know what’s happening inside their mind. It’s true, you don’t know but you can find out. There is a high chance someone in your life will at some …

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Anxiety Writing Is A Gift Of The Mind

Writing Is A Gift Of The Mind

I have depression. I have anxiety. I have casual suicidal intent. All these things are true and I profess these truths through the medium of writing. First through my scratching of pen on paper followed by the tapping of keys onto the screen. Just as I have done many times before. I have been writing …

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Coping I Went Back To The Doctors

I Went Back To The Doctors

Last year I wrote a blog about how two years I went to the doctors about my anxiety and depression and was basically shooed away because the doctor couldn’t deal with it. It put me off seeking medical help again, which when you have an unseen illness that is surrounded by stigma and misunderstanding, isn’t …

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Anxiety Feeling Tired All The Time

Feeling Tired All The Time

Over the past year or so, I have continually felt more and more tired. I don’t mean with respect to actual tiredness with regards to sleep. No, I get 6-8 hours a night so I am fine in that respect. No, I just feel tired with so much of modern life. Societal pressures. Relationship/personal so-called …

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