If you are experiencing mental health issues, you are not alone. You are never alone. Here are some things I have learnt about mental health issues over the first six months of my ongoing mental health journey.
A lifetime is built moment by moment. Like the individual frames that make up a film. When the film that is your life is played back to you, what will you make of the decisions that you made?
A post inspired by some wonderful and insightful words on anxiety from two very different people: TV chef Nadiya Hussain and novelist Robert Harris.
Nothing should be more important to you than your own health and wellbeing. Rest and recuperation should never feel like a guilty indulgence.
No matter how stuck you might feel, no moment is eternal and no feeling is final. There is always a way through.
Gentle reader, a simple question: How open and honest are you? With others? With yourself?
What are you left with when things fall apart? What is at the heart of things for you? What truly guides you?
Gentle reader: As we enter the second half of 2022, how are you feeling? Truly and honestly? If you find yourself in dark hours, remember that the brilliant light within yourself can never be dimmed.
Could the behaviours, thoughts and values that you glorify be doing you more harm than good? A short and simple post inspired by some wise words from Sahil Bloom.
What is your first response when you think of mental health issues? This post is inspired by some beautiful words from Gurprriet Siingh on his mental health journey.