I haven't done a book review for a while and was recently writing up a post on my favourite books of 2018. While doing this, it occurred to me that I'd written so much about one book that I could pretty much just review it, which I've now decided to do! TW: before reading this … Continue reading Book review #4 Chase the Rainbow (Poorna Bell)
As someone who struggles with mental illness on a daily basis, I find one of the best things to do to get better is actually confronting those illnesses through reading about mental illness and finding relatable stories that comfort me. This may seem strange and I can well understand people in similar positions to me … Continue reading What’s On My To Be Read List? (Part 1)
Hi everyone. I've got a very special treat for you with today's post, which is written by the fantastic Charlotte Underwood. Charlotte is an amazing writer and mental health advocate who posts a lot about anxiety, depression and suicide, with a view to raising awareness and tackling the stigma around mental illnesses. Her website is: … Continue reading Talking About Mental Health – Guest Post By Charlotte Underwood.
Earlier this month I was given the platform by the amazing Charlotte Underwood (mental health blogger and advocate) to share my experiences on a topic around mental health and I chose to share my experiences of 'toxic masculinity', how this has affected my mental health and how I am coming to terms with fighting and … Continue reading [Guest Blog] Fighting ‘Toxic Masculinity’
(Trigger Warning: This post discusses a recent campaign by CALM (the Campaign Against Living Miserably) that is about mental illness and male suicide. If this is triggering for you, please do refrain from reading on or if you do, look after yourself and practice self-care). This week, there has been a new campaign launched … Continue reading Discussing the Importance of CALM’s #Project84