We are on day 4 of my hospital admission, so here is more insight into what I'm going through.
After a long week of pain, I've been admitted to hospital again for some very much needed support and care.
Does life get any easier? When does depression stop being such a chore? When will anxiety stop controlling my life?
Since I was a child, I've always had a weird relationship with food. Now I'm suffering with depression, I find eating a huge chore and rather than nourishing me, I feel it sucking the life out of me.
As someone who has been living with depression for almost a year now, and only been receiving treatment for about 3 month there are a lot of things that you won't be aware of unless you unfortunately suffer from depression.
"I am constantly torn between killing myself and killing everyone around me" and "The only way out of the labyrinth of suffering is to forgive.” When I can't explain how I feel, quotes are a sure way of helping me express myself.
"Trust takes years to make, seconds to break and forever to repair"
I know it must look really odd, me harping on about how bad depression and anxiety are however seeing me post pictures all dolled up with make up on or going out to a club with my friends - however it's important to remember that it doesn't just go away for the night, if anything … Continue reading Panic attacks, Partying and a lot of Paranoia
Relaxing is something that people often say they're doing however if they pay conscious attention to their body carefully, they'll notice that there is still a huge amount of tension in certain body parts. Most people carry tension in their shoulders or face and don't realise they've been tensing this body part for a continuous … Continue reading HOW TO: Completely Relax Your Body
In a walk with my mum this evening, she asked me a question: "Can you list me all of the positives in your life?" and I had to stop and think for a second. From this, tonight is going to be an evening of reflection of all the things that are good in my life … Continue reading Inhale Good, Exhale Bad