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!
Continue reading “Signs A Person Could Be Struggling Mentally!”
I am not a professional; these signs are from my personal experiences.
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.
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Keep in mind, I am not a qualified professional; I’m sharing information based on my own experiences.
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.
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In today’s post, I’ll be sharing examples of what mental health content you can create if you’re short on ideas.
This is something I imagine many people fear happening. Unfortunately, something you try so hard to prevent happening just happens, and it feels terrible.
Continue reading “Mental Health Monday – Surviving Being Embarrased In Public!”
I experienced something that left me feeling terribly embarrassing recently and it is still troubling me.
While I don’t feel ready to talk about it in such a public space, I will share what’s helping me come to terms with what happened and how I’m moving forward.
At the time of this post, the UK is back in lockdown.
This isn’t an ideal time mentally for many, at least with the summer lockdown you could sit outside in the sun.
The winter period is colder and gets darker much quicker, so you can only imagine how this can impact seasonal depression.
Continue reading “Surviving Winter Lockdown!”
I’m here to share what’s helping me cope.