Browsing Tag: Mental Health

The Meanings we attach.

I’ve been doing an extensive amount of psychology work recently researching the varying perspectives on debates from aggression to gender. It sparked a thought when I realized me and a new friend of mine, Katelyn, both place mental health and illness meanings to mountains. It made me consider the vast amount of people that exist […]

Lonely in a crowded room.

But, in fact, depression is not a side effect of cancer. Depression is a side effect of dying. – The Fault in our Stars I thought of this quote as I began this blog post, reminded of the scene just before I began typing. It felt rather poignant to the term lonely too. Loneliness is […]

today tomorrow forever Ella a familiar stranger

A Familiar Stranger: Book Review

Here is a different one for today, a book review. If you have stuck with me in my inconsistent blogging journey the last review you read from me was the other book of this wonderful author, Matthew Williams. His first book titled Something Changed found itself on my lap nearly two years ago kindly gifted […]

My Future: Holding on to Hope.

Looking to the future, with hope… Foolish, naive, idiotic. Optimistic, hopeful, determined. I don’t know which collective of adjectives is best suited to describe my dreams as an anxiety-fueled 19-year-old with nearly four years of fight under her belt. 4 therapists down the line. and multiple combinations and doses of medication trialed and tested. I regularly […]

Finding Success in Failure

Hello my angels, let’s talk failure, Welcome back to #TTFElla, if you read one of my more recent posts you will know that I am currently battling my second relapse, fighting chronic anxiety really hard. Again. You can check out this post by clicking here. One of the important things for me when my anxiety […]