Managing Your Mental Health This Christmas 🎄

Christmas is stressful, whether you live with a mental health condition or not. Winter can be difficult for many, and lots of people experience loneliness, isolation and stress, so here’s 5 tips on how to manage your mental health and well-being over the holidays... 1.) Stay connected. Sometimes, the last thing I want to do … Continue reading Managing Your Mental Health This Christmas 🎄

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Recovery To Me Is No Longer Having Enough Symptoms To Qualify For Diagnosis 😌

I’ve had people tell me I’m beyond recovery. I’ve had people blame every emotion I have on eupd/bpd. I’ve had people turn a harassment case into an attack on my mental stability because they didn’t see what I saw. Having read my notes, I’ve always been very low-scale bpd. Even when at my worst. My … Continue reading Recovery To Me Is No Longer Having Enough Symptoms To Qualify For Diagnosis 😌

Please Tell Me If You Enjoy My Lessons 😂

In both autism and bpd, the amygdala is hyperactive which leads to communicative and emotional diversities. Both have a dysfunctional Hippocampus. Both have abnormal cortisol levels thanks to the Hypothalamic-pituary-adrenal axis. Both have an ineffective Prefrontal Cortex. People with both disorders will present in childhood, though they say bpd is developmental whereas you’re born with … Continue reading Please Tell Me If You Enjoy My Lessons 😂

My Mum, My Very Best Friend, My Biggest Champion, Past Away in June, 2018 😞

Your death doesn’t feel real. It feels like you’re still in hospital, with hope of recovery. It’s just another health scare that you’ll pull through, because that’s what you do. You get rushed to hospital. I worry. I cry. I miss the gaping space you filled up, I miss us chatting complete and utter bullshit, … Continue reading My Mum, My Very Best Friend, My Biggest Champion, Past Away in June, 2018 😞