Hi Lovelies, It has been a while since I last posted but I am finally back to writing. Sometimes you need to take a break because your mental health is more important and that is exactly what I did. I thought that today would be a good day to write about the semicolon project which… Continue reading Semicolon Project
Hi Lovelies, Today, I thought I should mention a few ways that one can use to help reduce anxiety. The following are all methods which I use and found super helpful. 1. Exercise I always found exercise as my escape. Exercise helps lower your stress hormones and it also helps release endorphins which… Continue reading Reducing Anxiety!
Hi Lovelies, For as long as I could remember I always felt like I have an "anxious" shadow following me around. It is always there, from the second I wake up to the second I sleep. Reminding me about all the wrong things that I have done in my life and when I finally find… Continue reading My Anxious Shadow
Hi Lovelies, Today I will be talking about suicide. This is the kind of topic which is seen as a taboo subject but I would really like to change that so that you can realise that you are not the only one who has had suicidal thoughts. Suicide makes you believe that you will always… Continue reading Envisioning your future!
Hi Lovelies, I have lived with the effects of anxiety for so long that the symptoms of anxiety almost seem normal to me. I remember how I used to feel anxious simply because my primary school teacher was unwell and having to go through the "change" of class or a new teacher for the day… Continue reading Things I have learnt from having anxiety!
Hi Lovelies, Many people who are struggling with anxiety, depression and many other mental disorders do not often look "depressed" or "anxious". Below I have compiled a few "red flags" that indicate when it is time to seek help. 1. You constantly say that you are tired. You tend to use the word "tired" rather… Continue reading When you should seek help!
Hi lovelies, I chose to talk about this topic because it is very dear to me. Knowing that there are so many people out there who are suffering and feeling alone breaks my heart. O'Connor chose to reach out to us and asked us for help. I am glad to know that she is now… Continue reading Sinéad O’Connor
Hi lovelies, Most of the time anxiety doesn't make any sense. Giving a presentation in front of a huge crowd and feeling anxious is "normal"; however, little things like answering a phone call, simply paying a cashier or even just walking pass people whom you do not know can also cause anxiety. These are things… Continue reading When your anxiety doesn’t make any sense!
Hi lovelies, I would like to start by explaining the meaning behind the blog's name. My amazing boyfriend helped me come up with this name which symbolises a person suffering from anxiety who is struggling to climb up the hill but with the right support and tools that person will manage to reach the… Continue reading Hi there!