I apologise for abruptly bailing on my content last week. A series of events that seem trivial to others occurred, and it sent me on such a downward spiral. There was a silver lining, however. I’ve learned what areas in my life need work, what areas need to be changed, or what just needs to be removed.Continue reading “Let’s Talk: Where I’ve Been, What’s Next & Future Plans”
I had a post planned where I’d talk about the importance of listening to your mind, but it feels very hypocritical to post that right now because of how I’m currently feeling.
I’ve been dodging real-life responsibilities and the actual reason for my moods being as erratic as they have been.Continue reading “Let’s Talk”
My name is Stacey and I let the opinions of others impact my life.
It feels weird seeing those words form a sentence, but it’s something that I’ve needed to address for such a long time.Continue reading “I Care Too Much About the Opinions of Other People!”
I’m a big fan of movies. I enjoy the work that goes into them—the production, effects, cinematography, and obviously, the acting.
Due to the pandemic, I haven’t felt comfortable enough to go to a cinema and watch as many new releases as I’d like to have seen.
Some two of these movies have had a theatrical release. Still, I’m holding out on watching them until they are available to buy or stream with my usual media subscriptions.
Others, I’m just waiting to see how things play out after I get vaccinated fully.
While positive thinking is not a bad thing, it can be detrimental to your mental health. Especially if you force yourself to constantly think positive thoughts.
VeryWellMind.com describes toxic positive as such, “Toxic positivity is the belief that no matter how dire or difficult a situation is, people should maintain a positive mindset. It’s a “good vibes only” approach to life.”Continue reading “Mental Health Monday: How Toxic Positivity Damaged My Mental Health”