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Unapologetically Stacey

It’s safe to say, 2020 hasn’t been the best year for me on the emotional and mental health fronts.

Living through a pandemic, learning to accept myself and losing what little routine I had had been tiring.

The extra time I have has lead me to do some reflecting. It isn’t always easy to do, but I’ve learned some things.

I’ve noticed I always feel the need to apologise for doing anything in my best interest. I feel guilty for sharing my moods on social media when I’d can’t find the words in person, I feel terrible for missing days on the blog because I just don’t feel up to writing, I even put off sharing content here I want to, just in case I come across as “weird”.

I’ve noticed other aspects of myself that also need to be worked on, but I’ll talk about those down the line. Once I work out where to go mentally, I’ll make mental health posts about them.

I don’t know if this is coherent. This is a spur of the moment thing. At this stage, I’m just going to be me. I’m a constant work in progress, this is okay.

Author:

My name is Stace, I'm 28 year old Swansea dweller. I am a variety blogger, I aim to spread awareness of Keratoconus, I write about mental health, video games and so much more.

2 thoughts on “Unapologetically Stacey

  1. 🙂it’s interesting, it provides insight into ‘you’ as a person and author which gives what your write and create meaning and content. And that’s always a positive.

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  2. Be proud of who you are and dont apologize for being you, dont apologize for feeling sad or whatever. And be proud on how you have the ability to put beautiful words on paper! Wish I could do more for you, but I hope these kinds words will do for now 😊!

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