There is nothing romantic about mental illness. Nothing. At all. There is nothing romantic about: – consistent panic attacks, – crying in the bathroom, – fearing to leave the house, – losing friendships because you just cannot bring yourself to go out, – feeling like you’ve missed out on growing up because your mental illness … More A letter to those who romanticize mental illness
She’s strong, because she’s in a constant battle with her anxiety. It’s telling her that she’s weak. That she shouldn’t speak up. That she shouldn’t get out of bed. Some days, she listens to everything that voice tells her. But other days, she finds the power to ignore it. She finds the strength to leave her room. To socialize. … More The strongest girls are the girls with anxiety
Hi guys! It’s been ages, i’ve missed writing so much and I have so much to post. I can’t wait to share it all with you, stay tuned for more! I feel like people never really know the truth about anxiety until they see you in your worst state where you sit and let it … More The truth about being the girl who lives with anxiety
Occasional anxiety is a normal part of life. You might feel anxious when faced with a problem at work, before taking a test, or making an important decision, whether its before an exam, during a social event or sometimes for no reason. The question is, are these all the same type of anxiety, is the … More I HAVE ANXIETY, BUT WHAT TYPE?
I feel like I don’t say it enough. Thank you. Thank you for understanding me. I can barely understand my anxiety sometimes. Thank you for being there. Thank you for letting me hold your hand. Thank you for letting me squeeze it when I feel so panicked I can’t breathe. Thank you for calming my … More The things that I struggle to say in person.
Well dressed, a smile on my face and daily instagram pictures. It MUST be a great life. After uploading my first blogpost I got so many messages saying: ‘You suffer with anxiety, I had no idea’ ‘You don’t seem like the type of person to suffer from anxiety’ ‘You don’t look like you have anxiety’ … More Perfectly imperfect.
How can I trust myself, if I lie to myself… I tell myself that I am 100% sure that the wall is going to fall on me in 5 seconds. I then tell myself thats it’s all in my head and it’s my brain tricking me. Then i’m reminded that the wall is going to … More What if my reassurance is a lie.