It’s time to talk day again. It’s funny. Every year when this day comes around I can guarantee I’ll be in a low, not wanting to talk mood. Firstly, I’m writing this post from my phone so there may be formatting errors/spelling mistakes until I fix them on the PC later on. Today, and the past week or so, I find myself in a bit of a slump. Stuck in a rut and doing the same things over and over which really doesn’t help my mood. I’ve said on Twitter and Instagram (if you’re not following me on either then…
Nowadays we are surrounded by social media. Everywhere we look there are things pointing towards being online and active on various websites and apps. Whilst this can provide a positive outcome of feeling connected, social media can also have a negative impact on mental health.
So, I originally planned this post to be out yesterday, however it has taken a lot longer than planned to organise and write. Writing about my mental health always requires more time than I plan for.
Thursday 1st February 2018 marked Time to Talk day. Although, a day really isn’t enough. It should be time to talk everyday. The following post is probably going to be my most personal and most difficult to write but it’s an important one.