Hindsight can be a wonderful thing. I was recently involved in a conversation about what advice would you give to your younger self, in particular to people in their 20s. This question has lingered with me for some reason so I thought I would expand on some of the lessons I wish had known atContinue reading “Lessons to my Twenty Something Self”
I have struggled to journal or blog since the covid-19 lockdown. My brain seems to have come to a grinding halt in some aspects but is also filled with noise and anxiety from around the world. I can’t help but think about all the lives lost, people unable to say goodbye to loved ones, domesticContinue reading “Lockdown Lessons”
I’m an over thinker. I have been told this numerous times and I am aware of it and yet I can’t stop over thinking or worrying. I have been speaking a lot lately about self suffering as part of my healing process, how my thoughts lead me back to the past too much, which ofContinue reading “Penny for your thoughts”
“It’s ok not to be ok” This is the headline that is often used to break the stigma of mental health. It’s a simple and powerful statement, however for those who do have mental health issues (of which there are 200+ known diagnosed conditions) we know there are many complex layers that sit under thisContinue reading “It’s good to talk. Opening Pandora’s Box”
This year has started off with a lesson in resilience and adaptability which has actually come from my cat and observing how she responds to trauma. At the end of 2019, my beautiful cat Missy went blind. She is 17 years old and I love her to bits. The vet checked Missy’s blood pressure whichContinue reading “Resilience, Adaptability & Anxiety”
Hello. My name is Rosie, I am a mental health advocate and like many others, I am also a mental health warrior. I wanted to share some of my story for my first blog entry as this will set the scene for some of my future blogs and why I am so passionate about mentalContinue reading “My Story”
There is no greater agony than bearing an untold story inside of you. — Maya Angelou. Thanks for reading my blog about mental health. Please subscribe below to get notified when I post new updates.