Whilst scrolling through Instagram, and other means of social media, it's important to remember that social media isn't real life. As a society, we've become programmed into believing that the images we see upon our screens are a realistic perception of reality. When in hindsight, this isn't merely the case. I'm an advocate for mental… Continue reading Social media is NOT real life
I've been in a constant turmoil against self harming. A behaviour I began engaging in years ago. 4 years ago, my Teacher voiced her concerns regarding myself and my behaviours. She checked my arms daily for evidence of self harm. As did my Mum, Therapist and everybody involved in my care. I felt hopeless and… Continue reading Self harming – Where I’m at, healthier coping mechanisms and hope!
It's officially the beginning of June! And I wish you all a wonderful month filled with health and happiness. I'm determined to head back to Uni in September eager to inform my friends and Tutors of the fun-filled Summer I've endured. Not a Summer known for obeying Anorexia's demands. It's terrifying. I've realised that I'm… Continue reading June – A new month, a happier mindset and new recovery challenges
Today, I wanted to talk about how I've grown more comfortable with speaking up about Mental Health. I'd like to view myself as a Mental Health advocate, the topic has become a passion of mine and something I enjoy speaking about and assisting others with. The conversation is important, always, not just when it's Mental… Continue reading A journey: How to be open about Mental Health
Hi everybody! Today, I wanted to welcome a new component to my blog: MENTAL HEALTH MONDAY I've noticed recently that I overwork myself and take very little time to focus on myself, my happiness and the art of recuperating after the stresses of every day life. I allow my anxieties to build up, with the… Continue reading Mental Health Monday – Working on myself, healing and finding happiness!
Hi everybody! Today, I wanted to talk about self harming. A personal struggle, and an issue for lots of brave people I care about. Thankfully, I am currently standing at almost 3 weeks self harm free! Following a 5 year battle with many relapses, feelings of doubt and the resistance of extremely high urges -… Continue reading Self harm: Help, hope and common misconceptions!
I desperately want 2019 to be a revolution, the riddance of diet culture and fad diets in place of body confidence and the focus on the many benefits food has for our bodies. As a society, we’re fixated with our appearances and the number on the scale - easily forgetting that neither of those factors… Continue reading 2019: Diet culture, breaking rules and finding body positivity