Welcome to another 'What I Read' post! This month I didn't actually read as much as I have in other months this year because I've been busy writing rather than reading which is exciting 😀 I still managed eight books though which I think's still a healthy amount! And I have a feeling that next … Continue reading What I Read in April
Warning, there are going to be spoilers a plenty to follow and so if you're planning to see the film and want a completely spoiler free perspective, click away now! So this Saturday I had an amazing day out with two of my friends. We planned a cinema day, as there were two new films … Continue reading A Quiet Place – Film Review
Another reason why I wanted to expand the blog was so that I could write more general posts, things I've been up to etc. and this weekend I did a lot of very 'blog-able' things (that's a word now, deal with it 😉 ) so I thought I'd write a post. I went into my … Continue reading Thrift Shop & Vegan Finds, Books and OOTD.
Welcome to the first post of the new(ish) blog! I decided to rename it so that I can write about other things that I'm passionate about or interested in addition to mental health. And so I thought I'd start this off with what will be the first of a new monthly series of posts, a … Continue reading What I Read in March
Today's post is extra special as it features some wise words from the lovely Lucy who, if you're a relatively new follower you might not know but she's actually the co-founder of Recover Your Life Back - we met in hospital in 2014 and have been friends since. Lucy wanted to talk today* something I … Continue reading Recovery – Two Steps Forwards, One Step Back.
For today's post I asked people to send in their questions for me to answer concerning Eating Disorders as I thought I'd have a bit of a Q and A session (definitely not because I'd run out of post ideas... 😉 ) So here goes! "If you had really disordered problems with eating but recovered … Continue reading Q & A – EDAW Day Six & Seven
Anorexia is an incredibly, frustratingly illogical disorder - it's not normal to not want to food, it's a basic human need and often the sufferer's mind is so taken over by their illness that you may worry that your well meaning words could be distorted and upset them. For starters I'd just like to say … Continue reading How To Support Your Friend With Anorexia – EDAW Day Five