So carrying on from my post yesterday I want to explain the latest issue. I am very privileged to have access to free NHS Service, living in Britain and please don't take this as me slagging of doctors this is just something that happened to me on Monday. I had a miscarriage on Thursday and… Continue reading Doctors and Miscarriages
You have probably been thinking I have been gone for a while.......Yeah......as you guessed by the title I haven't been doing to great. 2 Thursdays ago I noticed my period hadn't come for about 2 months......I got suspicious and took a pregnancy test. It came up positive and I was delighted but also at the… Continue reading I Had Another Miscarriage
One of the most argued questions in society. And honestly, I have no clue. The arguments are so so many and I am in no position to represent either. On one side, you have women who are too young, who are too frail and who have been sexually assaulted who not only deserve the right… Continue reading Abortions: Pro or Against
I have a lot of hobbies and have had a lot of hobbies too. But it's important what yoou spend your time doing is good ones. A good hobby is something that is character building or enjoyable or just plain fun. However you also have the ones that are all those things but can be… Continue reading Good Hobbies Vrs Bad Hobbies
In my last post I talked about anxiety and panic at work. This post I'm going to talk about Anxiety and panic at home because we often forget that home can be just as anxious and panic ridden as work. To give representation before I dive in, I want to give an example as I… Continue reading Anxiety at Work and Home (PT2)
There is nothing worse than having an anxiety attack at work or even being anxious at work and I know I must of talked about it before but I want to make a point. We have all had those desperate days at work where you know a panic attack is coming so you are frantically… Continue reading Dealing with Anxiety at Work and Home
The stigma. When I applied for jobs, I obviously have to have it as an illness, when I was first looking for jobs they would ask me in an interview about excessively and this in it's self, could be very triggering. Taking medication at the right time and getting it through security at an airport.… Continue reading Bipolar: Everyday Struggles
The worst part of having a miscarriage is afterwards. You have just spent days, weeks or even months, not only nursing and preparing for the baby, but also loving it, talking to it and caring for it. It's a horrible feeling, one of the worst you can ever feel. You can still get Postnatal Depression.… Continue reading Things People Don’t Tell You About After A Miscarriage.
WARNING: THIS CAN BE TRIGGERING. IF YOU ARE DEPRESSED,SUICIDAL OR THINK SOMEONE YOU KNOW IS, CALL THE SMARITANS- 116 123, this is for free Let's talk about regrets. No in fact, no regrets, lets talk about learning things. I'm bipolar and was severely depressed for 5 years and throughout that time there would be times of… Continue reading The Day when The Battle was nearly Over
I talk about the fact I dance and perform music but I don't explain what it is that drives me. I feel music. No in fact, I breathe it. I feel it when I am anxious. As a reliever. I feel it when I am happy in the nature around me. And when I dance… Continue reading What is it like to TRULY feel Music.