Mental Health

These are all of my mental health posts in the order they were written from oldest to newest. I started my mental health blog, In the Midst of Madness, in November 2014 and it’s changed a lot since the start so the mental health posts are a little lost in between colouring reviews so here you will find my journey.

6 Snippets of Me

Four Types of Anxiety and How to Cure Them – What a Load of Bollocks!

A Day in the Life – 7th November

Mental Illness – The Next Generation

What Do You Do When the NHS Gives Up On You?

Ashamed of Being Mentally Ill? Not Me!

Afraid of Everything – Life With an Anxiety Disorder

Dear Psychiatrist

Christmas With Mental Illness

A New year, A New Start? Not Bloody Likely!

Medication Withdrawal

What’s Wrong With Your Eyebrows? – Trichotillomania!

Why I’ll be Taking 5 on Time to Talk Day

Taking 5 Minutes to Talk to BBC Radio Sussex

A Day in the Life – 10th February

15 Years of Trying to be Me with M.E

Fighting For Small Victories

Depression – Living a Life in Darkness

One Year on – One Year of Fear

A Bad Week to Have Depression

Physical Illness vs. Mental Illness – Why You Should be Outraged

Keep Calm and Colour In

A Day in the Life – 10th May

Now You See M.E

How to Cope With Being Housebound – 8 Tips From a 14-Monther

You Wait 15 Months for a Diagnosis and then Three and a Half Come Along at Once

Crisis – Drowning and Trying Not to Sink Any Lower

Anxiety and Depression: Eat Your Way to Better Health – A Recipe Book Review

Fighting an Invisible Fight

Dignity and Respect – Being Treated Like a Human Being (World Mental Health Day)

Living My Life Online: One Year Of Blogging

The Truth, the Whole Truth, and Nothing But the Truth

50 Words to My 15-Year-Old Self

Time to Talk Day – 2016

10 Ways to Help Your Mentally Ill Child

Relieved …. I Think

Two Years On – Two Years of Trying

One Year of Reviewing – A Review

“The Craze for Adult Colouring Books Shows How We’ve All Become Infants” – A Response from an adult colourer 

Things I Should Have Said

Stigma: My Dirty Little Secret

Why I Need to Stop Apologising

Things I Wish You Knew

It’s the Little Things

Guest Post: Words

Should.

One Step Forwards, Two Steps Back

Just Do It.

3 Years On, 3 Years of Managing