My Top 5 Places To Go Walking In Shropshire & Staffordshire as part of The Wildlife Trusts’ #30DaysWild
…except for when it isn’t.
Sharing my experince of the physical symptoms of anxiety and depression for Mental Health Awareness Week.
My life is basically kept in order by the compulsion to level up an 8-Bit version of myself in the coolest To Do List app ever…
This week CFHW brings you… My Top 5 Colouring Books For Adults!
Anxiety setbacks and twinklings of hope.
My friend James lost his wife to an ‘undetectable’ brain tumour earlier this month.
Please help him raise money for Brain Tumour Research in her memory.
It’s been a while since I came off my anti-depressants so I thought I’d write an update on how I feel now they are out of my system and I’m going it alone.
Two weeks ago today, I took my last Duloxetine tablet. It has been a very long two weeks. The weeks before that, where I was alternating between my ‘half dose’ tablet and no tablet, were not my favourite either. After stabilising nicely onto the half dose tablets, I hoped that the transition downward would be…… Continue reading Eyes Open
I discovered the other day that March is Endometriosis Awareness Month and after reading about it, decided I should write something about it to spread the awareness because although it is a thing I have heard of, I didn’t really know anything about it. I know people who suffer with it, but I’ve never thought…… Continue reading Endometriosis Awareness Month
Two weeks into my six week plan to get off my medication – how’s it going? Good. I think. This fortnight has seen me alternating between taking my full dosage and just half dosage each night, slowly trying to get my body to adjust to having less and less Duloxetine in my system. Overall it…… Continue reading Going Down