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3 Phrases That People With Mental Health Hate!

Suffering with mental health can be hard, it can be even worse when people have no clue how to act or what to say around you! Some people can be cautious and try not to say anything that might trigger a person, whereas other people just don’t care and say whatever comes to mind. Which is why I’ve decided to do this blog post, along with a ranty YouTube video to go with! I had to obviously limit the amount of phrases that I could put into one blog post and video other wise it would have been a couple of hours long and that’s no good, don’t want anyone getting bored! So we have three of my top hates phrases that I’ve had people actually say to me and you may have heard yourself! So let’s kick it off! 1, Cheer up! There’s nothing worse than being told to…

3 Ways My Mental Health Changed My Life For The Better!

Whenever you hear about mental health, it’s not normally positive. I’m guilty and some of my posts aren’t the best but I always put in ways to help cope and to fight through it all. For now though I want to talk about how mental health has changed my life for the better! You might be thinking that’s not even possible, it really is though and I’m going to tell you a few ways it has! I’m just going to dive straight in and not waste any of your time. Anyone there? Mental health can be really difficult and a a lot happens to test a person. The great thing about my mental health are the people who have stuck by me. The people who, no matter what will help me and even if they don’t understand how I’m feeling they will do their best to try and make sure…

Does Losing Weight Help Mental Health?

Today for mental health week 2018 I’m talking about mental health and weight loss. I want to know if by losing weight my mental health as actually improved. Of course I’m no scientist and I don’t have a huge list of facts and research papers but I’m going to tell you about my experience! I’ve seen loads of people talking about how mental health can totally be influenced by weight loss, however most of them are just trying to peddle you weight loss pills or some sort of weight loss program. Myself, not so much. You can check out my weight loss progress from my monthly reports to see how I’ve done it but I’m not going to try and sell you anything; just my posts. I started losing weight at the start of the year when I hit a certain amount and decided it had gone too far! I…

Thrive, The Smart Phone App To Deal With Mental Health!

I’m forever on my phone, it doesn’t matter what kind of mood I’m in I just find my phone in hand. Which is why I’m loving smart phone apps that help with my mental health, it makes dealing with my mental health and mood swings so much easier and takes the hassle out of everything. The fact that I’ve always got my phone no matter what is one of the reasons I’m so glad I found an app like Thrive. Thrive is a different type of app than any of the ones I’ve tried before and have to say I quite like it. It’s a monthly plan so it does cost a bit, you can find all the information needed on their website so make sure you check that out. As always if you can’t afford something don’t get into debt buying it, however I love this app so if…

Starting A Bucket List For Your Mental Health Wellness!

Mental health can be rather overwhelming, which is why it’s a great idea to start your very own bucket list! A bucket list helps you to identify the great parts in your life and really focus on them. I’ve always been tempted to start a bucket list although never got around doing one. Now that it’s mental health week 2018 I’ve decided that it’s time to knuckle down and get one sorted. First I needed to have a long think and set a couple of ground rules as you can see below. Don’t add something you’re never, ever going to be able to afford! Make sure it’s not illegible. Don’t be unrealistic, I’m never going to climb Everest…. Don’t add too much and get down if you don’t achieve them all. Four rules, nothing major but still good tips to follow! I started to begin my bucket list at one…