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
By now I think most people have seen or heard about the new Netflix series 13 reasons why. I first discovered it through a Facebook thread prior to its release & was really eager to watch it. Little did I know what the show was truly about & once I started watching it really opened
I wasn’t planning to make a second post this week because I wanted to re-shoot a few images & make everything perfect. Saying that I’m sat at home with a sickness bug, feeling rather sorry for myself & feel inspired to write. I haven’t been feeling myself for weeks, not necessarily ill but not at
(Virginia water lake) My weekends are currently all about winding down & relaxing. I only have to work for two hours in the morning so it gives me that chance to do those things I need to (as if) & just take time out of my usual routine to actually relax (much better option). I
I’ve never attempted to make this post; even though I know more than most what it’s like dealing with negative interfering people on a daily basis. I’ve spent years online dealing with trolls, they’ve commented on my looks, my weight, my relationship & so much more. I’ve also dealt with broken friendships that have turned
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.
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
Why do you feel this way? That’s the biggest question I get regarding my disorder, but I can never put my finger on it. People always assume you had a significant event in your past to make you different. It’s as if being “depressed” has to have a cause. But I haven’t had a terrible