It's still a work in progress but I do like how it's going. Please give me a subscribe over there would be very appreciated! The site is now live and you'll find me at http://www.musingsofamisfit.co.uk Thanks! - Gem
So, yeah I've decided to go self hosted guys! If you are a wordpress follower please check out my site at http://www.musingsofamisfit.co.uk (it is currently migrating from freehosting to dreamhost) I haven't posted in two days because I've been in the process of doing this actually so please give me a look and follow there… Continue reading I’ve got my own website!
** Please note, self harm is talked about a little in this post ** I've said so many times that the mental health recovery is a journey. I even touched a bit on it in yesterday's post alongside a brief bit on depression and how it feels. I even, in a much earlier post mentioned… Continue reading Being proactive in your own recovery journey…
So yesterday I talked about socialising and how it can benefit mental health. One major part of socialising is reaching out to others when you need help. This is also a major part of the recovery journey. Can I be real with you for a bit? Depression isn't always just feeling down and staying in… Continue reading Real talk: The importance of reaching out for support.
Socialising when your mental health is at a low is quite hard and daunting. Today for me, was one of those days. I've not been in the best of moods or wanting to deal with other people for a long while. I had this family mini Halloween party thing that the husband wanted to go… Continue reading Socialising is good for the mind and soul.
** Please note that this post does lightly mention self harm and abuse. ** So, being in a relationship is hard right? Regardless of if you have mental health issues or not. There are fights, there are life events... there's so much that goes on that can cause strain. However, when you're suffering from a… Continue reading Couples who laugh together, last together.
Vincent Van Gogh once said "Art is to console those who are broken by life..." and you know what? It is! It's an outlet. It's something that can draw you in and become a fun and rewarding escape from your thoughts. It can mend, even if just for a short while a broken, weary mind.… Continue reading “Art is to console those who are broken by life…”