Wouldn't it be nice to just one day wake up and see good news for a change? This constant cycle of opening my phone in the morning and seeing an abundance of miserable headlines clog my screen is enough to completely ruin the rest of my day. Not only is it utterly depressing, but it's … Continue reading Is a Life of Tech Blocking Our Happiness?
To those who are caring or involved with someone who has depression, life can be almost as heartbreaking for you as it is for them. More often than not, you find yourself spinning because you have no idea how to help (yet want to dreadfully) and you wish you could just understand what to do … Continue reading 6 Pieces of Honest Advice on How to Help Someone Who is Dealing with Depression
This time last year, we had no idea you'd be gone. We took your presence for granted. If we missed you, we'd catch up later. But later never came. How were we meant to know, though? It's not as if you were going to tell anyone. Why would you? Because you'd made up your mind. … Continue reading Dying to be Heard – Suicide Awareness
Seen - a word now crushingly associated with an accompanied time and date. Sounds like a crime scene, doesn't it? An embedded white outline surrounding the message you've sent to someone, forever lost in a cyber world with no idea as to what killed the conversation. Rationally, you want to reach for the reason of … Continue reading If You See This, Let Me Know.
Do you remember when your GCSE's were the most important exams of your life? What about the time when you were picked on in class to answer a question - wasn't that the most heart-jolting, scary thing? Or, maybe it was your first kiss? After all, mastering how to not turn your mouth into a … Continue reading Don’t Panic! You’re Not Alone
"You're unique, just like everybody else" so the famous saying goes (although I am still unsure of its specific origin, nevertheless, it makes a good point - no two people are the same) However, what we do share is the fact that we're all completely, and utterly, mind-boggling. Throughout my life, I've heard it all. … Continue reading You Are What You Think