THE PREGABALIN TRAIN

Good morning internet. I write this in the very early tentative stages of mental health crisis improvement. I appear to have got through the worst of the evil that is psychiatric emergency, and I am now sat up in bed relatively content. I use "relatively" in the loosest sense of the word mind you. How … Continue reading THE PREGABALIN TRAIN

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PARENTING TRUTHS, ABUSE, DISSOCIATION & INNER CHILDREN. Pt 2 *tw

I am finally getting around to finishing part deux. of this piece. TW- This post may be distressing for those with a history of childhood sexual abuse and or ladies who have memories of difficult pregnancy & birth experiences. This could also upset people who have a history of self-harm, so take care. The post … Continue reading PARENTING TRUTHS, ABUSE, DISSOCIATION & INNER CHILDREN. Pt 2 *tw

SH*T AT THIS BIT

I am feeling needy tonight. This is a blog about therapy, and unmet childhood needs. There are many different strands of therapeutic intervention dependent on need (and NHS or private availability), ranging from relatively short-term person-centred humanistic counselling to more structured and formulaic CBT, ranging to more in depth longer term psychological work. They don't … Continue reading SH*T AT THIS BIT

PARENTING TRUTHS, ABUSE, DISSOCIATION & INNER CHILDREN. Pt 1 *tw

TW- This post may be distressing for those with a history of childhood sexual abuse and or ladies who have memories of difficult pregnancy & birth experiences. The post is intended to be educational though and hopefully if you have had a similarly abusive background it may validate your own experiences and reassure you that … Continue reading PARENTING TRUTHS, ABUSE, DISSOCIATION & INNER CHILDREN. Pt 1 *tw

THE SCREAM

I'm struggling today. Struggling against the tide. Tears rolling down my cheeks. Being a mental health advocate is not for the faint hearted; yet it's the gentle caring souls like me who are drawn to this arena...because we actually genuinely want to help people and make a positive difference in our communities and networks. Battling … Continue reading THE SCREAM