It’s the 10th of October and it’s world mental health day. Last week was such a busy week for me, but I wanted to share a post today because mental health is important and it’s something I am passionate about- and blog a lot about here on Today. I thought I’d share some posts I’ve written on mental health to show my support.
I published a reel on Instagram recently, highlighting my own struggle with a mixed depressive and anxiety disorder, which is kind of what inspired me to start blogging in the first place. You can view it below. What I will say is that it takes courage to talk about mental health. I think mainly because so many people view it as a weakness…
Posts to Read on my Blog about Mental Health
Read my book review of the powerful book by Beverly Engel called healing from the shame you don’t deserve. This book was really eye-opening to me and it teaches you how to heal yourself, I’d really recommend reading it.
Read Healing from the Shame you don’t Deserve
A post I then wrote inspired by what I had read called recovering from emotional abuse. A difficult topic to talk about but one that is ultimately necessary if we are to crush stigma and identify abuse for future generations.
Read Recovering from Emotional Abuse
Next, a post I wrote about stigma itself and taking a look at society itself. This is where the stigma against mental health came from. I want it to be known that mental health matters.
I wanted to write something from the standpoint of someone with mental health issues. It’s something I know all too well, often people say mental health suffers are “too much to handle” and they’d be right, we are, but I discuss why mental health isn’t a bad thing.
Read When you’re too much to Handle, living with a Big Personality
Next, is my post about setting boundaries and why they’re important. Boundaries are important because they teach people how you want to be treated.
Read What are Boundaries and why are they so Important
Then a post about healing from narcissistic abuse, it’s not easy and trauma can last a lifetime, however, I discuss the fundamental basics of a strong relationship and the pillars I have created to address if any relationship is healthy. People with mental health issues are vulnerable so you must learn to protect your energy.
Read Is my relationship really a relationship?
Lastly, I wanted to end with something positive, I talk about battling with low self-esteem when I was younger, and how I transformed that into something positive.
Read A confident Journey into the Abyss
Thanks for reading,
Enjoy and share my post today so we can share awareness and crush the stigma around mental health.
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