Tag: mental illness

What Would You Say To Your Bully?

“It’s upsetting to think that people are forced to feel so alone, that hurting others seems to be the only way they can let out those feelings. The world shouldn’t push anyone to be like that.”

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Stop Telling Teenagers Their Feelings Are Just A Phase

My question is, can we really blame all our teen emotions on something are dire as an age boundary?

How Mental Health First Aid Helped Me Be A Better Person

MHFA is timeless, it will be valid for the rest of your life. It helps you grow as a person but you will also learn to be more empathic to your friends and family, and even yourself.

How Do You Cope With Depression In A Marriage?

I wholeheartedly believe my mental illness does cause some problems in our relationships. But you know what, I think every marriage has problems because we all have ‘flaws’.

The important thing to remember is the choice you made together and the choices you will continue to make.

The Fear Of Rejection

Anxiety is a powerful thing. I know what’s realistic, I know what’s irrational and I know these are just thoughts; but anxiety doesn’t care about facts and ultimately, he’s got more power over me than cold hard facts.

Has The Value Of Friendship Changed?

It sounds silly to feel like this. When I feel like I want to die, or leave the country, just because my friends ignore my messages. Or because they are never the ones to message first or make plans. And they never, check if I am ok.

Coming To Terms With Your Childhood And Past

“No matter who you are, or what your story is, pain, feelings, thoughts – they are all a part of being human.”

[Guest Blog] Sometimes A Story Has A Happy Ending

Writing here and now, I know that the world didn’t exclude me – and that my feelings of not belonging were unfounded. I now know that this was just a bunch of lies, festering in my mind because of a problem I had, and which I could not recognize as lies. A bunch of lies created by anorexia.

It’s Time To Give Up The ‘New Year, New Me’ Resolution

The honest truth is that at any point, we can make a change. We can start fresh and follow a new path. It’s all down to you. If we fall flat on our feel, we also have the option to stand up and try again, or turn back – neither have to be the wrong option.

Grieving The Loss Of A Loved One During The Holidays

Christmas is my favorite season of the year. I literally live for it. I’ve always been enveloped by the Christmas spirit, months before and on the day; I’m genuinely happy. It’s a beautiful reminder of the things we do have, the family and loved ones we are blessed with. When

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