I didn’t re-read it and I haven’t edited any of it. The typos can stay where they inevitably are. This is the truth and even though it terrifies me to think that literally anybody in the world can read this and ridicule me, I know I need to share it because I am human, I am scarred by my experiences and the only way to even begin to fade those scars is to let the world know what the smallest things can truly do to a person.
Hey Jess and Brigitte, if you read this I’m already counting down to the 9th because I SO need a rant after today.
Hello everybody, I’m sure you hate violence and bullies and thugs just as much as all normal people do but there has been stuff in the news about Tamera Foster from the X Factor which has been entirely glossed over thanks to Simon Cowell and the dollar signs in his eyes.
We have all heard about…
Thank goodness I’m not the only one who feels like this. Her being allowed on the show is an insult to the girl she attacked.
Heal on We Heart It
Why can’t all ‘social networking’ (ish) sites at least try and act a bit responsible like this? Well done, Tumblr.
What it’s like when you have to come out twice: A beautiful and lighthearted view of the intersection of sexuality and mental health.
“I was convinced everyone would think of me differently, or would at least treat me differently” - exactly how I felt this time last year when I finally saw my doctor and got put on medication. There are very few people who I know don’t see my issues as the definition of me and almost all of them are people I met at university.
Brilliant article from my mental health perspective on things.