Coping Day to Day · OCD · OCD Awareness Week · Therapy Advice/Experiences

Finding the ‘Right’ Words #WorldMentalHealthDay

“Just tell someone how you feel“…maybe easier said than done. …sometimes, finding the words to say how you feel is tricky. What if you don’t know how you feel? What if you don’t understand how you feel? What if you feel nothing? I think there’s a misconception that you need to understand and be able… Continue reading Finding the ‘Right’ Words #WorldMentalHealthDay

Coping Day to Day · OCD · Personal

The Coffee Contradiction

A cup of confidence, of energy, a gulp of pure desperation. Waiting for that synthetic hit, to give me motivation. A simple substance, yet, with so much power. Will it finally make me shower? I drink too fast, it scorches my throat. My body screams ‘NO’, but it doesn’t get a vote. I get on with my… Continue reading The Coffee Contradiction

Campaigns · Coping Day to Day · OCD

Dear Stranger – You Deserve Happiness

You deserve happiness. This may seem a little outright coming from a stranger, but it’s true. However I won’t define happiness for you, that’s what is so special about it. Nobody’s happiness is identical. Maybe you’re happy because you got full marks on a test, or maybe you’re happy because you didn’t let an intrusive… Continue reading Dear Stranger – You Deserve Happiness

Campaigns · OCD

The Mind Media Awards | An Incredible Night

The Mind Media Awards. A night that I will never forget. To be surrounded by so many inspiring people and to celebrate the flourishing positive media coverage surrounding mental health was phenomenal. Categories ranging from Factual Television, Student Journalist, TV Drama, Blogger and many more. The night started with everyone collecting their name badges and… Continue reading The Mind Media Awards | An Incredible Night