Black Dog Days

Sometimes you have black dog days despite beautiful weather πŸ€—Living with depression doesn’t mean you are sad all the time. You do laugh and get on with life. πŸ•― But sometimes it just hits you out of nowhere and then you need to take good care of yourself. 🌻 #life #sadness #depression Continue reading Black Dog Days

We Can Do It but what day is it anyway? (27.3.2020 just so you know!!!!!)

Hello dear readers, how are you doing? Maybe I shouldn’ ask this question at the moment? I still try to get my head around how life has changed since I had my operation and I suspect I am not the only one who thinks “reality” has become even more surreal than it was anyway. However, … Continue reading We Can Do It but what day is it anyway? (27.3.2020 just so you know!!!!!)

#ThrowBackThursday: How to get stuff done when you are depressed ~ Jessica Gimeno on #bipolar

December 2019: I posted tjis first in October 2017: This post is in honour of today’s World Mental Health Day 2017. We are stronger than depression and inspiring people can show us how. Here is Jessica Gimeno at the TEDxPilsenWomen talk: Related Blogpost: TruLeeMe: Manic Monday Continue reading #ThrowBackThursday: How to get stuff done when you are depressed ~ Jessica Gimeno on #bipolar

#ThrowBackThursday: 5 Things to Know about St. Johnswort ~ mentalhealthmatters

I posted this first in October 2017: fir0002 | flagstaffotos.com.au [GFDL 1.2 (http://www.gnu.org/licenses/old-licenses/fdl-1.2.html)%5D, via Wikimedia Commons Today I want to write a little more about St. Johnswort a medicinal herb I use to relieve my symptoms of depression and anxiety due to living with PTSD. I have been mentioning it before both in posts and … Continue reading #ThrowBackThursday: 5 Things to Know about St. Johnswort ~ mentalhealthmatters

Of Thrivers & Survivors *attention might trigger”

Hello my dear friends, how are you doing? I hope all is well in your neck of the woods and if not feel embraced and blessed.

This morning I had the chance to watch the first episode of “Citizen Rose” in which Rose McGowan tells her story. I am rather torn. I expected to be motivated to act and be in my truth but to be honest I do not find her particularly empowering. I agree with many of her statements and she expresses so many feelings that I feel but I somehow cannot fully connect with her and her story. I can’t figure out why. Not that this would make a difference.Β …. Continue reading Of Thrivers & Survivors *attention might trigger”