People seem to have the misconception that once you're discharged from counselling or any type of therapy that you're suddenly better. Like the psychologist or doctor just snaps their fingers and you're fine over night but that's not how it works at all. When your cars broken, you take it to the mechanic, he repairs … Continue reading We’re Not Cars. (Potential Trigger Warning)
Every day, there are around 11 teenage suicides within the UK, which means that about 3,916 die by suicide every single year, and 3,916 families are horrifically affected. Going by the knowledge that these are teenage suicides, I would assume that this means that they are 13-18, so if they are at school for 9/10 … Continue reading Mental Health in Schools (Trigger Warning)
It's a highly anticipated fact that people within the mental health community have to constantly fight against the stigmas that are constantly being pushed onto them by society. Most of this stigmas make mental illnesses seem as if they're not a big deal, and make numerous jokes about them. This type of stigma causes those … Continue reading Not Sick Enough
Imagine having a high IQ, but next to no social skills. Where, when you are put in a social situation, you feel like a person with dyslexia being forced to read War and Peace. Society's social dynamics make no sense whatsoever and you hurt peoples feelings without realising it but they think you do it … Continue reading Imagine..
This absolutely disgusted me when I saw this on my newsfeed. First of all, the media are insisting on misgendering him. His name was Kayden Clarke. That was what he identified as, and no one has any right to disrespect that. Although, Kayden was not allowed to transition because he had special needs. He was denied … Continue reading His Name Was Kayden.