Please excuse the Star Trek reference. I couldn’t resist, seeing as that I am unfortunately a bit of a Star Trek fan. My nerdy pastime viewing aside, I want to discuss ‘space’ first and foremost this week. There is no shame in taking space from people, from work, from whatever you need space from. No, … Continue reading Space. (Not the Final Frontier).
So, there are a million things going through my mind or have been over the last couple of weeks. I really, genuinely feel a completely different person to who I was last year, 6 months ago or even only a month ago. When I think about how I was back in April this year, … Continue reading Intimidating or Intimidated?
At the point of starting to write this I am in London, sat awaiting the course leader on day three of my GDPR practitioner course. It’s Mental Health awareness day. It’s an important day, although I always question reducing awareness to a day, week or a month. One thing I want to pursue is mental … Continue reading A Tolerable Existence
I know I have done a load of blogs lately, and if you’re actually still reading them then I applaud you. I’ve just been working through a lot of things in my mind – in particular, how to learn from each of the events or happenings. I find that writing about them helps – … Continue reading What are you striving for?
I just had a friend ‘break-up’. Over the phone and no less heartbreaking than a relationship break-up, because to me, that’s exactly what it was. I’ll rewind a little. You’ve probably noticed I don’t use names, no matter who I am talking about in this blog, but when I have mentioned someone, for a … Continue reading Fire Meet Gasoline
I am not allowed to drive this weekend, so I have been at home for the most part, which with the new series of Bojack Horseman having come out on Netflix, isn’t too bad of a thing. From the moment I started watching this show from the first series I fell in love with it. … Continue reading Flog or Revive?
So, I have a question for you. Can two people, with mental health problems that they are fighting individually, work together and have a relationship be it platonic or romantic? Or is it a total recipe for disaster and ultimately, a great deal of pain and heartache? This is something I have wondered, on … Continue reading When Mental Health Collides.