Three Self Care Ideas to Try in May

Three Self Care Ideas to Try in May

In my last post, I talked about why self care is so important for mental health and how a lack of self care contributed to my own depression. But when you are so used to letting your own self care slide, as I was when I first developed serious depression, it can be...
How My Idea of Happiness Has Changed over Time

How My Idea of Happiness Has Changed over Time

What is happiness really? I’ve been thinking a lot about this recently as I get used to living a life that I never thought would make me happy. I’ve had to settle down for a bit whilst I focus on recovering from depression. I had to put my business aside...
Using the Spoon Theory to Explain Depression

Using the Spoon Theory to Explain Depression

I was having a particularly bad time with my depression the other day. I woke up and instantly knew it was not going to be a good day. Simply getting out of bed seemed a task akin to climbing a mountain.Over the years I have learned that on days like that I just have...
Why It’s Important to Talk About Mental Health

Why It’s Important to Talk About Mental Health

It is estimated that one in four people experience some kind of mental health problem over the course of their lifetime. Given those odds, it’s very likely that someone you know is suffering from a mental illness right now, whether you know it or not. Personally...

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