How they started I started my periods in Feb 2015. I remember sitting on the toilet and seeing a dark brown patch in my knickers and was horrified. I knew what periods were. I had actually been researching them since the age of 9 when puberty had hit me early and my boobs ballooned, and … Continue reading Periods – my suffering
*Disclaimer: I am not a medical expert or practising physician. Everything I have shared below is from trusted research and my own personal experiences and studies. If in doubt about any of the information below, or you feel you can relate to or are experiencing any of the information presented in this post, please speak … Continue reading Dissociation
We, as humans, are built for relationships, whether it's romantically, platonically, within the family unit - we are social beings and with that comes relating to one another emotionally. So how do we do that? By finding out the ways in which we and our loved ones, like to feel and experience love. We are … Continue reading The five love languages and examples for each
They say that the first step is admitting you have a problem. Well, mine is that I'm a hoarder. I hoard stuff. Pens, books, boxes, you name it - I've got it. It's not as bad as like say those extreme hoarders you see on TV. Room's so packed you can barely walk through it. … Continue reading Why have you got all this stuff?!
*Disclaimer: I am not a health-care professional, this blog is written from a personal perspective and from my own personal research. If you feel you have any of these signs/symptoms please speak to your GP or a health-care professional x What is S.A.D? S.A.D stands for Seasonal Affective Disorder. Seasonal affective disorder (SAD) is a … Continue reading S.A.D – The description is in the title
People who criticise you for being yourself and tell you to be yourself... confused? Yeah me too. Within the last month, I have been told how I post quite a few depressing things and how I shouldn't be doing that because I am a great girl etc etc... Also...how I'm, "Too beautiful to be depressed" … Continue reading Be yourself, don’t be yourself
So the government has announced that they are going to do a "U-Turn" on how students are to receive their grades this year; saying that teacher assessments will be how grades are given. The biggest joke of the year - and I am quite aware of Covid-19! I say this as a person who has … Continue reading The 2020 Education Grading system is a joke
'No' was my first word, so why now do I struggle to say it?? I have a new catchphrase. One I personally made up myself today when sitting in a fit of rage (apologies if this is actually a phrase someone else has coined - please don't sue me for copywrite!) The phrase is: Try … Continue reading What’s wrong with saying ‘No’?
When I show people that picture, they don’t really know what to say. They either think that I must be super intelligent or that I might have somehow cheated the system or that I have doctored the above image! ER...NO! Well, I can tell you that two out of the three thoughts are right. However, … Continue reading How muscle memory got me A’s in exams (it’s as easy as A B C!)
This is by far the hardest blog post I've ever decided to write because it means having to be open and honest with people I don't know and of those I do know, the possibility of their perception about me changing. I think it's safe to say that nearly everyone these days, knows about the … Continue reading My mind won’t let me write “…” two times