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.
With 2019 over and the start of 2020 it’s left me reflecting on what the last 12 months has taught me and how to take away the positives. As we are all aware not all lessons which we learn are good situations and it can be hard to find the silver lining. I know this […]
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).