“For last year's words belong to last year's language And next year's words await another voice.” ― T.S. Eliot, Four Quartets Another love hate relationship of mine. I like the thought of a new start a day when you decide you know what the last 365 days have been up and down but I want … Continue reading Well…. It’s the new year almost.
As someone who suffers from social and generalised anxiety disorder its interesting to read from the perspective of someone with the same (all be it much more drastic) condition. It did seem very realistic presentation of someone recovering from a mental illness. Its positive towards medicine and therapy whilst showing the stigma that comes with … Continue reading Finding Audrey By Sophie KINSELLA
Christmas and I have a mixed relationship. On one part I love the idea of Christmas and presents (which a lot of people won't say) however all I really remember from past Christmas is arguemenets! Since the loss of my dads who loved Christmas my mum and I have been trying to find a way … Continue reading It was the best of times it was the worst of times
Sleep and I have a very mixed relationship. I either sleep too little to the point I’m falling asleep standing up or sleep all day and consequently will be awake all night. I’m not the only one in my family that has problems with sleep. My Dad would sleep a lot and my Mum can't … Continue reading Sleep – It’s Complicated
I’ve had one of the rare good days. I think the thing that made it really good was the help and support I’m getting from the leader of a program I am currently taking part in at the Old Vic theatre. I actually told her about my anxiety and depression as an anxiety filled night … Continue reading A Few Of My Favourite Things
About a year ago I was diagnosed with anxiety and depression. The fact that I had depression was very apparent to me, I didn't really need to be told. I was a little more surprised about the anxiety but now looking back I've always been a little more stressed and worried then other people my … Continue reading Why?