Posted in Blog Updates!, Mental Health

Update

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My content has taken a backseat as of late. There have been things in my personal life that I have been trying to get on top of.
I’m still learning as I go regarding managing my time, and life in general, better. I’m making small progress, and that’s okay with me.

Today’s post will be shorter than normal; I just want to sum up where I’ve been, and what I’m planning to do next.

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Posted in Mental Health, Mental Health From My Perspective!

Challenging Mental Health Stigma!

Despite how often people are diagnosed with mental health conditions, unfortunately, there is still a horrible amount of stigma around the subject.

In today’s post, I will be sharing examples of how you can challenge the stigma around the subject.

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Posted in Advice, Mental Health

Things You Should Know About Living With Mental Illness!

According to information taken from Mind.org:

  • 1 in 4 people will experience a mental health problem of some kind each year in England.
  • 1 in 6 people report experiencing a common mental health problem (like anxiety and depression) in any given week in England.

In today’s post, I’ll be sharing things I feel as if people living with mental illnesses should know.
Keep in mind, I am not a qualified professional; I’m sharing information based on my own experiences.

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Posted in Mental Health, Self Development Journey

What I Learned from the Hardest Time of My Life

2015 was one of the most difficult years of my life that I have experienced. I hit rock bottom, and I’m genuinely surprised that I am still here after the fact.

I learned a lot through the experiences and I’m in a better place now. What I’m going to talk about will be triggering. So only read on if you can process it.

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Posted in Mental Health

Creating Mental Health Content For Your Blog

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At one point in their lives, everyone will experience issues with their mental health. For some it’s a short struggle; for others, it affects the quality of their life.

Creating mental health content can be beneficial for the content creator, and can provide comfort for the creators audience. Mental health can leave a person feeling isolated, and seeing someone else go through a similar experience can be comforting.

This is only one positive aspect of sharing mental health content.
In today’s post, I’ll be sharing examples of what mental health content you can create if you’re short on ideas.

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