Early Sunrise 🌅

The sea blue light of the early hour Awakens the nests within the trees A slight breeze and a heavy yawn The transition from dusk to dawn Hold the hour at which you wake Appreciate the day that lies before you Tomorrow isn’t here yet We only have today Today to make change Today to […]

Your anxiety breathes

Anxiety, Anxiety, Anxiety. How it gives the false illusion you are drowning in your past experiences, drowning in the foundations of what shaped you, playing cricket with the chemicals within your brain – seemingly excusing yourself from all social activities making yourself appear socially enept but  sociable through writing. Writing gives you reassurance. It gives […]

The Narcissist’s Daughter

This is her story. She was observant, with a kind nature and an eccentric personality. Her face was a pale white and her hair a smoky brown. Her blue-grey eyes glistened through shreds of broken glass, broken glass that correlated with her fragmented self esteem. She was not a narcissist but she had traits of […]

The protagonist

I speak with thunder I speak with thought I lost who I was Distressed and distraught I expressed my story I untangled my woes Will my story end with a cliffhanger? The question is Who Know’s?

Shakespeare wrote about narcissm 🎭

I was analysing some brilliant works composed by Shakespeare and realised that in one of his plays, Macbeth, Macbeth had murdered three people that affected Lady Macbeth and deteriorated her mental health. Her mental health rapidly declined. This was going back when social media, photographs and television sets weren’t invented yet. Shakespeare wrote about narcissm […]

The difference between ‘thinking’ and mental health conditions

So we’ve all heard the saying – ‘If you can change your thoughts you can change your life.’ Yes this is true…   But…   Mental health conditions can affect an individual neurologically, physically and mentally that can have a substantial impact on everyday life. Some mental health conditions require medication to keep the brain […]

Using the environment to describe mental health💙

Developing skills 📝 I took some rather splendid photographs of Central London this week for my research portfolio which I plan to use to describe mental health using the environment as a visual perspective. How does this work?  You travel to a place that means something to you personally. It can be local, abroad, or […]

How do we increase our awareness of our selves?

How do we build upon our self-esteem? Write a list of what you value about yourself and how you can make a difference to other people’s lives Write down a list of characteristics you want and believe you already have them Write down a list of positive achievements and attributes you’ve created in your life […]

Positive activities completed this morning 💓

Just a normal day, I woke up, made myself a tea, and did some anagrams to gain interpersonal skills and allow myself to think better cognitively. Which lead me with an idea: 1. Create a spider diagram of one descriptive word in the centre that describes your core personality and create anagrams of all those […]

Reasons to stay alive by Matt Haig 💓

My experience with depression related illnesses is that it comes from the brain or the tiny centre of the nucleus accumbens…In September 2018 I experienced a whirring inside of my brain 🧠 like my head had literally been shoved in a washing machine and I couldn’t make out what was right or what was wrong anymore […]

The broken moon 🌒

What is the meaning of an eclipse? Is it a partial disturbance of evil covering the light of the stone’s soul? What is the meaning of night? Is it to rest our bodies or minds? What is the meaning of the holes on the moons surface? Does it emphasise the holes we carry within our […]

Be worthy

You’re Worthy 💙 Grow Let Others Define Your worth Allow others to Destroy you, but don’t Let them Be that broken piece Forgive those who played with your mind Begin Again You are suffering, I see But . . . You failed, I understand Now read it bottom up !! 💕📝