COVID-19 has made me really worry about my loved ones and their health, they are classed as high risk and for me losing a loved one can become a form of rejection due to triggers. This is not something that is easy for me to deal with and worrying about losing those loved ones means, very little sleep and a lot of anxiety.
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.
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.
If you suffer with mental health I am sure you are already aware of the darkness that comes with it. This is something I am all too familiar with… this can happen a lot and at the moment this is something I am struggling to get out of. So thought what a better way to try than to explain this to those who don’t understand or maybe just write down how it feels.
This is something most people would look at and think no unless they have had a tooth out or something but I mean emotionally numb and I am sure there are a lot of you who can relate to this…