scary how something that often gets understated like a panic attack can in reality be so powerful
great article highlighting how the stigma of MH is a global attitude problem not just a regional one
Love you and your blog x
TW: this post makes reference to suicide. Please take care of yourself and only read ahead if it is safe for your to do so.
Do you believe in fate? Or that things happen for a reason? Or that people get what they deserve?……..I used to.
I used to believe that the reason I met my (now ex-) husband was because I re-sat a year of my A-levels (because I hated the college I was at, so changed) and that I didn’t get the A-level grades I needed to go to my first choice university and ended up in clearing. That I met him the day after I got engaged to my former fiancé as though fate was telling me it would have been an unhappy marriage. That the fact we were born in neighbouring towns in Wales was because it was fate we should meet at some point in…
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just promoting a really good blog for a really good friend
interesting article in equality in the workplace
If you read nothing else today but this then it has been worth while. This is such an important message that it cannot go unnoticed, recovery is individual and most importantly often never thought about
interesting article well worth a read