Has anyone else had group therapy before or are you having it now? It'll be good to know how you found the first session?
At my first GP appointment, I mentioned that I hadn't been able to read a book in almost a year and was surprised when she told me this was "completely normal".
My commute adds up to an extra day of work which is exhausting.
What gives people the right, to look down on others from their pedestal and mock, tease and judge?
So, today...I'm not going to dwell on the what happened when I was 6 or 11 or 16...I'm going to try (key word there) and enjoy turning 29.
For a long time I felt shit that I couldn't appease these rather selfish, ignorant people but then, I see in my friends the person I want to be.
Someone like Ant; well loved, happy-go-lucky proves that mental illness can happen to anyone at anytime. Talking about it helps raise awareness which for me, is a miracle
The sun was shining bright in Kent and we drove down to the coast. France was in touching distance. I felt free.
Over the last 12 months I have heard various 'commentary' regarding my health.
The waves are coming in, you're going against the tide. And that's how I know I'll be fine.