To the girl at the gym

To the girl at the gym, You make me self-conscious and you make me realise everything that’s wrong with me. When you walk onto the running floor every girl looks and you can tell by the look in their eyes that they feel threatened. You’re the real version of a “instagram fitness model” and you damn know it. I lost my confidence big time this … Continue reading To the girl at the gym

Tips for travelling with newly diagnosed Bipolar unmedicated

Oooo unmedicated, must mean I’m off my fruit loop right? No, I just haven’t found a medication that works for me yet and my psychiatrist thinks I should look at every option before tablets. His a nice guys haha! After taking my first trip since being diagnosed and most things going wrong because of my bipolar, I think I can safely write this post without … Continue reading Tips for travelling with newly diagnosed Bipolar unmedicated

Getting inspired again!

When I transferred back to The Open University in February I was a nervous wreck when it came to academics. My confidence was shot and I thought I was 100% going to fail the exam I sat in April. I wasn’t retaining any information because my head was so full of dealing with this bi polar diagnosis that I couldn’t clear my mind of thoughts. … Continue reading Getting inspired again!

4 Things I’ve Learnt From My Psychiatrist

Although I’ve only been seeing my current psychiatrist for a short period of time he has taught me ALOT. So I thought I’d share a few lessons with you. It’s ok to admit you need help after denying it for years. For years I’ve denied the possibility that I may have bi polar. After going through treatment for an eating disorder and body dysmorphic I was done with medical … Continue reading 4 Things I’ve Learnt From My Psychiatrist