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Hi everyone, my experience with mental health is as follows.. I started with panic attacks and agoraphobia in 2006 this i have been told was brought on by my job. My illness lasted...
Posted by
Moll
15th Jan 2014
It was, ironically, going back to work that made me feel the most depressed about my redundancy. It has taken some time but I have finally started to unravel my feelings. When I ac...
Posted by
dirkgently1066
14th Jan 2014
This is no place to be. No way to live in the shadows. In the dark. Reaching for scraps that fall from the table and scratching your tongue on the floor as you lick them up in a ru...
Posted by
NeuroticNelly
14th Jan 2014
If there's one thing I can't stand it is the statement, 'but he's still your father.' Honestly, anyone who has ever used this should take a step back and have a word with themselve...
Posted by
Ellie1
13th Jan 2014
Having PTSD feels like having brain damage. Your brain chooses a traumatic memory and plays it back, forcing you to re-experience it over and over again. It doesn't matter where yo...
Posted by
GMGittins
11th Jan 2014
Having PTSD feels like having brain damage. Your brain chooses a traumatic memory and plays it back, forcing you to re-experience it over and over again. It doesn't matter where yo...
Posted by
GMGittins
11th Jan 2014
Feeling a little better since the last blog. Had a good session with my councellor on Monday. He's on my wavelength, which has really helped. Theres certain thoughts you think when...
Posted by
mittly
11th Jan 2014
I wake up suddenly at 4am, usual time, the sound of a church bell ringing in my head. I am sweating. I go downstairs to make a drink, the churchbell continually ringing. A tear rol...
Posted by
GMGittins
11th Jan 2014
So. After 3 weeks of not having had a single full-nights sleep, I started sleeping pills. Unfortunately, this has made my dissociation a lot worse. I've got scratch-marks all the w...
Posted by
Mypursuitofperfection
09th Jan 2014
It Was and Is A Daily Process..... After the Postpartum OCD left, I was grateful to be alive and grateful to have a chance to raise my son. Thrilled even. However, the symptoms I w...
Posted by
NeuroticNelly
09th Jan 2014
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