Ultimately, I think that feeling stuck is a natural part of life, we need to feel frustrated with the way our life has turned out until this point in order to make impactful, meaningful changes and end up in a position or situation that makes us much happier and feel a lot more accomplished. I hope that if you are feeling stuck, at the very least you feel less alone after reading this, and maybe you can find a little peace with where you find yourself currently before taking that next big step.
We have a choice in absolutely everything we do. There is nothing, in actual fact that we don’t. Sounds controversial I know; I can hear those cries of uproar at me. Sometimes […]
often surrounds it. We have mental health awareness months and weeks; we have days dedicated to specific mental health conditions (although you may only be aware of those if you have a personal stake in the condition in question). This year alone the government pledged £500 million to fund a mental health recovery plan. So why is it still so difficult to talk about our mental health honestly?
Dis/Sociation35,6 x 28 cmMixed media technique2018©viennarightnow.com Dis/Sociation UmbilicalCut the cordDon’t cut the cord There is a new omphalosLaunch your eaglesDon’t hide your longing Brace yourselfDon’t hold backAny ground is ground Thrown back […]
dge. We need to talk to schools, workplaces, and communities about suicide, about mental health in general. It is difficult to have conversations about this topic, it is frightening to tell your own story, even to those who are closest to you, but it is so important. If it could save even one life, doesn’t that make it worth it? Let’s keep talking about this. Let’s keep sharing our stories, our struggles, and our emotions. Let’s work to remove the stigma and shame surrounding suicide and change the world for the better!
Where do you get your sense of ‘worth’? Does it come from within yourself or does it come from other people? When you leave it in the hands of others, essentially you […]