Category: Mental Health

This is Why We Talk Shit

This isn’t a case of me telling you how to live because what I’m about address today is something we all do, myself included. Today I’ll be writing about shit-talking; talking shit about other people. Taking away from their achievements by attacking their characters. We all do this to some degree at some stage. You’d […]

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Death Anxiety and the Truth About Santa Claus

I had a couple of things in mind to write about today. I decided to go for the thing that gave me a good, long week of anxiety though. It gave me a full-fledged panic attack at one stage as well. It’s a vulnerability but I’ve always found that breaking down the source of anxiety […]

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Thanks For the Presence

There’s a certain comfort in the stillness of it. There’s a certain sanity to be found among all the madness. There’s an order that you might see in the chaos if you just allow it. You’ll find it difficult to see the path through if you allow yourself to only concentrate on the fire. What […]

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If You’re Angry and You Know It Close Your Phone

You’d be mad if you weren’t being torn asunder by your emotions in our current reality. If you haven’t had flushes of anger, irritability, sadness, anxiety, hopefulness, desperation, frustration, and anything in between over the last number of weeks I’d think you to be some sort of guru of emotional intelligence. We’ve all had our […]

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Finding Your Mental Health Routine

It’d have been strange to see me galloping along the roads in the past. It probably still is a strange sight in fairness. Quite often I’ve remarked at how boring I find running to be, how pointless it feels, how painstaking it is. I’ve never enjoyed it, even though a lot of my friends and […]

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You Don’t Have To Be Productive

A black line appears then disappears, then appears and then disappears. Each appearance a taunt. Each vanishing act a prelude to the mockery. Are you blanking? Are you blanking? Yes, you are. Not much to say now that there’s not much to be said. The black line flickers on and I sit there without any […]

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