Whilst it is good for more people to open up about their mental health, I feel that there are flaws in relying on this too much, which I discuss in this article.
In this article, I will talk about 4 ways in which you can be kind to people that you know.
In this article I aim to address the main misconceptions that people have about self-care.
I want to use this blog post to talk about 3 ways in where mental health can impact other parts of our life, and hopefully this will serve as a reminder as to why it is so important to prioritise our mental health.
In this blog post, I will also pretend that anxiety is a person, and describe 4 personality traits of anxiety. This time, I will not speak to anxiety directly as if it was a person, but I will still describe some of the personality traits of anxiety, just like if I was describing a person.
Recently I have been thinking a lot about this quote and I want to use this blog post to discuss my thoughts. I will talk about why I think it is vital to understand the fact that everyone is fighting a battle that we don’t know about, as well as mention other things that I believe is important to know.
I want to use this blog post to express my feelings and talk to my anxiety directly as if it was a person. I will in particular say 4 things that I would tell my anxiety if it was a person.
I have had many moments where I have felt low, and this has made me realise the importance of acknowledging these feelings. Accepting my feelings for what they are, whether they are good or bad has been something that I have found beneficial. Therefore, I wanted to talk about this topic on this blog post, and discuss four reasons why I think accepting low feelings for what they are is important.
This is a guest post where Rebecca, the creator of One Oh One talks about mental health and why it's important to here.
This is a collaboration post with Olivia. Together, we discuss things that have helped us overcome difficult situations.