One Year Later… Progress

Welcome back to my blog! It’s been just over a day since I’ve last published a post, which I think you may have been aware… I’ve been really active, planning, writing, editing and publishing posts daily. Like, every single day for almost a week. Apart from having summer holidays, which means I have a lot […]

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Why I Still Go to Therapy… and why it’s OK

This is probably one of those posts where I had a thousand of ideas, and yet I never really knew how to form those ideas in a decent post. That, and I found it really difficult writing this post. BecauseΒ the stigma surrounding mental health is still there. I was told by my family not to […]

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The Skinny on… Stigma

They say to never a judge a book by its cover. And yet, we judge those who look and behave differently from us. By “us” I mean humanity in general. I know many people who don’t judge those different from them. I am one of them. Before being clinically diagnosed with depression and anxiety, I […]

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#BreaktheStigma… from the Survivors

“People think that OCD isΒ all about being a neat freak or washing hands.” “My friends and I were having a discussion about suicide, and one said that anyone who commits suicide is a selfish.” “People think that anyone who commits suicide is selfish because they don’t think of the pain their family and friends go […]

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