So 2016 is over and many people are breathing a sigh of relief. It was certainly a memorable year and yes many bad things happened. However, like many others, I’ve started to get tired of the focus on the negatives, both by others and myself. I had a serious relapse with both my anxiety and … Continue reading Year in review and ditching the New Year’s resolution.
This post has been a little bit delayed in coming. I’ve let things get on top of me recently and realised that getting stressed about writing a post about taking a break was somewhat counterproductive. So instead I did just that, allowed myself to take a break, not feel guilty and wait until I was … Continue reading It’s okay to…. take a Break
It's that time of year, Christmas is nearly upon us and all the mental health charities are promoting how to get through Christmas if you struggle with your mental health. Now I struggle with depression and anxiety but contrary to the popular stereotypes, I ❤LOVE❤ and really enjoy Christmas, it's actually probably my favourite time of year … Continue reading Christmas and my Mental Health – why I love it!
In 2013 there were 8.2 million recorded cases of people with Anxiety in the UK*. That’s roughly 1 in 8 people. The dictionary definition of Anxiety is ‘a feeling of worry, nervousness or unease about something with an uncertain outcome’ Anxiety comes in many different forms and is different for everyone that experiences it. I … Continue reading It’s okay to… have Anxiety!
Today is World Mental Health Day and what better time to publish my first blog post! Hi, my name is Hannah. I’m 25 year’s old. I love cats, daisies and all things vintage, have a passion for dancing, am a master at lip syncing in my mirror and am making it my mission to see … Continue reading What I wish people knew about my depression and anxiety.