Tag: mental health

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How to tell if your friend has an eating disorder

As we slowly get out of lockdown mode and move back to whatever normal may look like, there is one big elephant in the room that will be hard too ignore; weight gain and ultimately, eating disorders. A lot of people started off strong with at home workouts. Some even started new eating plans and everything under the sun that would guarantee a healthy … Read More How to tell if your friend has an eating disorder

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Are you having a threesome?

I know you don’t want anyone to know about it but don’t worry this is a safe place, no one will judge you. We’ve actually all done it before – yes, all of us. I started having a threesome quite soon after getting married actually. My husband is very open and tends to encourage it when he wants to be alone in his own … Read More Are you having a threesome?

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Accepting Grief: Letting Go

It took quite a while to finally close off the Accepting Grief series, but I think that after years of working on my emotional health, I am ready to finally let go. My mother was my best friend, my hero, my better half, but she has been gone for about fifteen years now and I need to let her go. I’ve been playing with … Read More Accepting Grief: Letting Go

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What To Do When You Are Feeling Overwhelmed

Hi everyone, my names Olivia from olivialucieblake.com! I am a lifestyle blogger that speaks on a wide range of topics from Mental health, self-confidence and blogging tips. I’m so excited to be doing this post with Shelly. Shelly has been such a great support system for me and my blog. I really love her content and love how open and honest she is. We both … Read More What To Do When You Are Feeling Overwhelmed

It will all be ok

Hi there. This wasn’t the post for today, but it didn’t seem fitting to be posting about eyebrows at this specific moment. I’m not sure who needs to hear this, but if you are going through something right now, it will end. Remember that that no matter what you are going through, everything will be ok eventually. When you come to the end of … Read More It will all be ok

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Blogging and it’s 5 Unhealthy side effects

If you are on this page, you are most likely already familiar with what a blog is. But if you still aren’t sure, let me clarify it for you. A blog is a website (or portion of one) that crazy people put together to overcome boredom or justify their opinions. Blogging is for crazy people. Now, you’re probably wondering if that means that I … Read More Blogging and it’s 5 Unhealthy side effects

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The Power of Music – Part One

*Beep beep beep beep* That alarm is irritating, why must it beep like that? It’s doing it on purpose, it knows I only got a few hours of sleep. 3 hours and 47 minutes to be exact, according to my sleep tracker. This is ridiculous, how did it JUST WAKE ME UP if it knows that I didn’t get enough sleep? I might have … Read More The Power of Music – Part One

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Accepting grief: To my old friend, time…

Dear old friend, I have known you for quite a while now – decades even – yet it still feels as though I don’t fully understand you. When we were younger you seemed to move very slowly, emphasising each minute of the day because you were learning the ropes as well. We walked hand in hand for several years, best friends bound by fate. … Read More Accepting grief: To my old friend, time…

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Accepting grief: Breaking the cycle

“Gabby, what are you doing? Listen to me, we need to get you help because this is going to kill you…” “Mama, leave me alone. You don’t understand, no one does!”  I wish I had the courage to tell her that I did understand, that I was living through the very same nightmare. Not only did I fail to break the cycle, I had … Read More Accepting grief: Breaking the cycle

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Accepting Grief: I’m obsessed with you…

Hey. Hey you. I see you looking back at me with uncertainty and even confusion but please relax, I just want to talk. You’ve had a rough week at work but you need to be kind to yourself. Everything you experienced was out of your control and does not reflect on you or your abilities. There are still five months for you to figure … Read More Accepting Grief: I’m obsessed with you…

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Accepting Grief: Intro

It has been fifteen years since my mother passed away and I have learnt one thing from all of this – time does not heal, it simply teaches you how to handle your emotions. I will bluntly say that every single person that has stated otherwise never truly felt pain, or is incredibly good at masking their emotions. Unfortunately for me, this is something … Read More Accepting Grief: Intro

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Learning to love again

Love is composed of a single soul inhabiting two bodies