I know I’ve been a bit quiet on the blog front and the truth is that I have been going through a very rough patch and haven’t had the time to even think about my blog.
This is something I have done before and personally I think a good quote can make a difference as it can remind us that we are not alone. I do this a lot when I wake up in the morning with my morning cuppa. So instead of seeing how ‘perfect’ others lives are I have some me time and remind myself it is not just me that feels this way.
Being a friend to ourselves can be difficult when suffering with mental health as we are always the last person on the list. Mental health plays a lot on our self-esteem and the first thing we do is forget about number one.
Being on your own on Valentines day is hard enough never mind when you have mental health it is just another day to feel unloved and beat yourself up. But don’t you worry I am here to help you with my guide on how to get over the Valentines Day Blues.
This is a little bit different to my normal posts but I am always talking to those close to me about mental health to help raise awareness and encourage others to speak out to. While speaking to people I know I have come to realise a lot of people can suffer with mental health and for all different reasons, so today I am going to touch on how MS (Multiple Sclerosis).