I have never taken hard drugs in my life, but I created an obsession with being spiked and could not trust anyone.
When I was 16, a lot of my friends began taking hard drugs; cocaine, ecstasy, acid, but because of my bad experiences with weed (which I had smoked nearly every day for 2 years), I never joined in because of my paranoia and negative mindset, although the temptation was there. Continue reading
It took me 4 years to tell anybody that I was battling with my own thoughts, but it was such a relief when I finally did.
I started this blog because of my own experiences trying to deal with my mental health issues alone. I would recommend confiding in a loved one, but if you Continue reading
My grandma’s death made me realise that no matter how many times you touch a piece of wood, you cannot stop something.
My OCD has varied in extremity over the years. There were periods in my life when it could take an hour in the morning to complete my routines, having to start over and over, as I was not sure if I had made a mistake. Continue reading
‘I have always had a problem with alcohol’. It has taken me about 10 years and an amazing person to finally admit that to myself.
One of the first pieces of advice the doctor gave me was not to drink to excess, as hangovers cause chemical-level depression and anxiety. Continue reading