You have discovered the freedom that running brings. You have a pair of trainers. You have a running watch. You are that person who runs past their house 3 times just to see the time on your watch tick over to the nearest mile marker. You are a runner. You have discovered that two wheels … Continue reading To Tri or not to Tri?
An ultra marathon. Why would anyone want to do that? Some people aspire to completing a marathon one day, just so they can tick 26.2 miles from their bucket list. "I'm training for a marathon" is usually met with "wow that's amazing, what time are you hoping to do it in? I could never do … Continue reading But why would you want to do that?
When you hear the term 'eating disorder' what image pops in to your mind? That's not a trick question, but people tend to think about Anorexia or Bulimia as these are the ones that are talked about most. That being said even these are not talked about enough and so other disorders are talked about … Continue reading Eating Disorder Spectrum
Mental health isn't talked about enough. Eating disorders are not talked about enough. People's misconceptions and misunderstandings around eating disorders are not talked about enough. This is why awareness is so important to those with mental health issues, families and friends of those with mental health issues and society in general. With that in mind … Continue reading The C word … Control
Living with mental health struggles can be a lonely place. Lonely, scary and dark. Time to Change have launched their Time to Talk Day on February 1st 2018 to encourage people to talk about mental health. Talking is the most important thing when it comes to mental health. In a way I feel like a … Continue reading Time to Talk
Christmas is without a doubt the hardest time of the year. I love Christmas and always have from a little girl because it's a time when family come together. I love the music, the dark nights. I love cuddling up on the sofa watching Christmas films with the tree shining it's twinkly lights. But despite … Continue reading The Hardest Time Of The Year
The human body is an incredible thing. Depression is a mental illness and is sometimes described as an 'invisible illness' with some people being able to live their lives and keep their depression to themselves. From the outside looking in you would never know of their daily internal struggles. But depression can also be physical. … Continue reading Can depression physically hurt?