As the end of the year draws closer, I am constantly finding myself being overwhelmed by suffocating spells of inferiority.Continue reading “Inferiority”
Despite advocating for others to open up about their struggles with mental health, I struggle to talk freely about my own.
It makes me feel hypocritical, in a sense.
Should I be giving out advice when I spend a good percentage of my days just trying to get through them?
Some days it just feels as if I’m throwing out scraps of information that I can’t convince myself works.
I know people can learn to manage their symptoms and live fulfilling lives, but is this attainable for myself?
While self-care is an important aspect of human life, there can be instances where we engage in sabotaging behaviour under the guise of self-care.Continue reading “Is It Self-Care, Or Are You Sabotaging Yourself?”
Fifty percent of mental illness begins by age 14, and three-quarters begin by age 24.http://www.psychiatry.org
Mental health can often be a silent struggle. People can feel weak and often embarrassed that they are struggling.
In today’s post, I’ll share signs that a person could be struggling with their mental health!
I am not a professional; these signs are from my personal experiences.
Paranoia is thinking and feeling like you are being threatened in some way, even if there is no evidence, or very little evidence, that you are. Paranoid thoughts can also be described as delusions. There are lots of different kinds of threat you might be scared and worried about.Mind.org
Paranoid thoughts are something that trouble me frequently; they are one of the worst symptoms of Borderline Personality Disorder. In my opinion.
In this post, I’ll be sharing ways that I work through them.
Please keep in mind that I am not a mental health professional.
All the information I share is based on my own experiences.