Sandra http://sandracharron.com/2016/02/04/how-laughter-can-help-depression/ my sweetheart, get out your running shoes! You know you want to!
How is it possible to feel so gut-wrenchingly awful inside, and yet function like a normal human being? I didn’t think I was going to make it through this working day – I kept trying to figure out how to say to my (oblivious) boss that I need to get the **** out of here. […]
I get scared to leave the house and do things with the little one, by myself. It sounds so silly, but it’s the one thing I have always struggled with. I always make excuses that it’s too much hassle, I have to get everything ready, her nap time/lunch time is due so it’s not fair […]
Finally I have been prescribed a sleeping tablet, after 20 years of hounding the doctors and pleading with them for help my doctor has given me 15 3.75mg tablets of Zoplicone. He doesn’t want me to take them every night or get reliant on them, he is hoping the fact that I just have them […]
In the first study to examine the severity of LGBT bullying over time and its impact on mental health, researchers found that while most LGBT teens are experiencing relief in bullying, about a third are experiencing severe victimizations. This harassment and assault will often lead to lasting mental health problems such as depression and post-traumatic […]
I like order in my life, things to be clean, tidy and in their place. Everything to be exactly where it should be. I hate it when things are a mess, it makes me think of the inner confusion within my head and the inability to see past all the barriers that are in my way. […]
Though there are billions of us, I feel alone amongst all the noise, I hear silence all those wondering eyes, yet I am not seen Loneliness is my companion, who is always beside me In the biggest city or the smallest village, there is no one No home, no love, no pain, no fear, just […]