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What My Anxiety Actually Feels Like

Today is Time To Talk Day. Instigated by the folk at Time to Change, the idea is to encourage people to be open and discuss their mental illnesses without being hampered by fear of discrimination or by shame. The truth is, SOOOOOOOOOOO many people I know struggle with their mental health, and whenever I write one of these posts about my own tussles with my brain (most recently when I was super low over christmas) or wrestling with my Anxiety Goblin¬†I usually get a few messages from people  ...

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Using Hypnosis to Treat Anxiety

I make no secret of the fact that I’m a worry wart. I’ve written before about my daily tussles with my Anxiety Goblin and the things I do to cope¬†with those feelings and how to be cute to myself when it all gets a bit out of hand and overwhelming. Recently, I’ve found the Goblin being a little bit more shouty and vocal than usual. I’m not massively surprised about this. Lots of things in my life have changed over the last few months, I’ve been exhaustingly busy  ...

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My Anxiety Coping Strategies

HI YOU LOVELY LOT! So, it’s World Mental Health Day today! I think it’s bloody awesome that slowly but surely the taboo surrounding mental health and talking about it is being broken down. The more we talk about our mental health issues, the less scary and unmanageable they will seem so it’s time to open our gobs and shout about what’s going on in our busy brains! When I wrote this piece about my own personal Anxiety Goblin (he’s a real piece of work I tell  ...

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Be Cute To Yourself

Few weeks ago I wrote a post about my ongoing battle with anxiety and depression (which, by the way THANKS BABES for responding so well to it. You’re all really fit xxx) and WOAH MAMA my little anxiety goblin has been GOING OFF ON ONE recently. A few comments from folk about my seemingly never-ending single status, my body clock tick-tocking t’wards 30 and not having a ‘back-up’ career combined with a busy work schedule with no real time to myself has left me feeling  ...

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