I keep stating that I don’t want this blog to turn into a whiney, pity party. However, when things go wrong it is hard to not use this as a way to ventilate. I would much rather ventilate on paper … Continue reading Stop underestimating yourself. NOW.
I ripped my diary out of my friends hand. Embarrassed at the words she was reading out loud in the most mocking voice ever. I won’t forget that feeling that encroached upon my soul as it winced in shock that … Continue reading I don’t like to hear my feelings.
Full credit is now given to people who manage to continue blogging alongside uni/school/real jobs, it’s hard to dedicate time to writing and upkeeping a blog when other things get in the way. For me, things have been ok. Final … Continue reading I Went M.I.A For A Bit
Monday… Again. Hello to another week. I often find that I allow how my Monday went to set the tone for the whole week ahead. If I have a good Monday it’s great and I know that I will have … Continue reading My Week
This is a useful more general website I found that informs you of the stuff I forgot to ask my GP about when being prescribed citalopram. Namely it gives advice about stuff like taking it and drinking (which you can … Continue reading Progressing With Citalopram
What I’m slowly learning and adjusting to is that being happy is not a constant thing. It’s not a a fixed road that you can easily cruise along. In fact, there’s bumps, A LOT OF BUMPS. However, I’m also slowly … Continue reading Trying New Things
I do not want my blog to turn into a negative ventilation for my anger/sadness, but at this specific moment in time I am completely stuck in a rut. On the 18th I have 2 3,500 word essays due in. … Continue reading Bad Day
On the 23rd December 2016 I finally went to the GP and discussed my feelings of depression. I already exercise regularly, attend counselling sessions at university, eat healthily, have friends, get up and do my day (but I wouldn’t say … Continue reading My Positive Experience Of Citalopram (So Far)