How many times have you had a cheeky ‘Google’ search asking how you can change a part of you, or your life, to feel happy? Whether that’s scrolling on your phone during a lunch break on a speedy trek for the answer, on a bus journey, or waiting in a queue… the internet makes it … Continue reading 3 Tips for a Happier Life That I Can FINALLY Relate To!
I don’t know if you’ve always thought it too, but Americans and Australians seem all-round happier people than us Brits (and whatever country you live with a famously colder climate). No doubt about it. Their glowing grins, fizzing energy… it’s like their tans and floaty clothes are shields from all the bad stuff. No straws … Continue reading 3 Simple Ways We Can Reduce Our Chances of Depression Through the Autumn….
When we’re lost in our mental health battles, one thing we often wish we had, is a compass to find our way back to ourselves – but how? Where from? Day-to-day becomes the same mundane routine, built to avoid what we’re scared of most - yet we also feel stuck, safe maybe… but deep down, … Continue reading Well, hello there Mr Wise-Mind…
It’s Lydia’s 9th birthday party. All of the children in their Disney-themed costumes are gathered around singing “Happy Birthday” as the candles on the chocolate cake await to be blown out. Everyone cheers as she does; her mum bends down to ask what she wished for. “To be really good at my new mobile game. … Continue reading RED FLAG for Mental Health Neglect: Weight Loss App for Kids… !?!
Have you ever given someone advice, knowing in your heart of hearts it’s the bloody well right thing? It makes sense. A gut and logical reaction. Yet… when it comes to yourself experiencing the same problem in your life, it’s difficult to always listen to that gut feeling, so you don’t act in line with … Continue reading The difference between being a recovery hypocrite and doing what you can, with what you have, where you are.