My first trimester post is going to be slightly jammed packed because I spent a whole month of it unaware I was even pregnant. Yes that is true & it was pretty scary. Turns out I conceived in November & spent the first month unaware there was a tiny human growing. Luckily I found out
I recently found out that May is BPD awareness month which was news to me & probably news to a lot of people. It kinda goes to show that BPD needs more awareness that even I didn’t know we had a month. I’ve spoken about BPD quite a bit of this blog & well I’m about
1. Controlling my emotions are difficult; but that doesn’t mean I’m completely out of control. I’ve adapted to my situation, I’ve never known anything different so I don’t know how you experience daily life. I feel everything a lot stronger it seems and it can appear erratic & “crazy” but it’s me & I wouldn’t change that.
Well isn’t this new?! Don’t worry as you can tell from the title this was news for us too as we we’re unexpectedly pregnant. If you don’t follow me on my socials (why blooming not…?) you probably haven’t heard the news that Jacob & I are expecting a little one later this year. August to
Today’s climate is all about making change & standing up for what you believe in. We are speaking out about topics which are so important & bringing issues to the forefront which is blooming amazing. On the flip side of highlighting these issues I’ve been noticing a trend of jumping on said issue to be
I haven’t made a direct mental health post in a good while, but since I wrote my BPD story I’ve felt much more open on my blog. I’ve since written a few post focused on my disorder & each have always received such a good response. Recently my mental health has gotten to probably what
Not so long ago I wrote a post regarding my BPD (borderline personality disorder) and it was the first time I’ve made a public declaration of my mental health. I’ve always kept it under wraps, but it was so refreshing to read your responses and know I’ve helped a small few. Since then I’ve been