It is important that you believe in yourself. When working to recovery it can often feel like you’re in a constant fog, your thoughts and your purpose is unclear. You lose certainty on why you are working to feel better
Source: “Navigating The Fog, My Journey To Accepting My Depression” – Coping: This is Who We Are Entry 11
Today I saw a new, wonderful thing that the organisation Mind are doing it is called Christmas Crafternoon. Earlier I had writers block and I knew exactly what I wanted my next post to say but I couldn’t get it
We, as humans, love to believe we are rational beings who are always right but sadly the opposite is true. Just because you think something doesn’t make it so. Part of Cognitive Behavioural Therapy is being able to recognise the
Your past is a signpost. Don’t chain yourself to it. Use it to guide your future. Select your route. Based on before.