How To Recognize Depression In Older People

How To Recognize Depression In Older People

Anyone can experience depression. It does not discriminate. So this week I am taking a look at how depression can affect older people, and people who may be more vulnerable in society. How many times have you thought seriously about the elderly people in your lives' mental health? Probably not all that often. In fact, [...]

Guest Post: Managing Depression as a Mum

Guest Post: Managing Depression as a Mum

So this week is a little different because I have a great guest post by Emily of EmInRealLife blog to show you. She talks about handling depression as a mum and it really is an in-depth and interesting look at life as a single mum suffering with depression. She offers advice for dealing with depression as a [...]

January Favourites

January Favourites

I've decided I am going to do one of these posts every month where I outline some of my favourite things of the month. January 2018. What can I say? Possibly the longest month I have ever endured (and that includes the months I did Teaching Practice!) But it was actually a very good month [...]

The Victim Mentality: Signs You’re Experiencing It and How To Get Past It

The Victim Mentality: Signs You’re Experiencing It and How To Get Past It

So I thought it was time I did a blog post on what I'm learning in therapy. I have been going to therapy  consistently for over a year now. And I have learned a lot about myself and about my psychology in general. Something that recently came up was the idea that I was taking [...]

My New Years Goals 2018

My New Years Goals 2018

Happy New Year! I have always set New Years Resolutions in the past, and every year I have despaired at my inability to keep them. My resolutions always revolved around getting fit, getting skinny and basically becoming a new person. However, in the last year I have learned a lot about where my true priorities [...]

2017: A Year in Review

2017: A Year in Review

This year has been a year of massive ups and downs. It was a year of learning - discovering who I am, discovering that I am stronger than I thought, and learning that I am resilient. This time last year I was going through depression and high anxiety. I was going to intensive therapy twice [...]