If you've ever been unfortunate enough to experience anxiety, you'll be all too familiar with the physical symptoms: Rapid heartbeat Shortness of breath Shaking Sweating Nausea, etc I've had them all, including really obscure ones like feeling my tongue had swollen up to twice its size, itching all over like I'd had an allergic reaction, … Continue reading Writing myself off – is this the worst symptom of anxiety?
I have a new obsession at the moment, her name is Bryony Gordon and she is brilliant. I am in the middle of listening to all of her Mad World podcasts (the one with Mandy Stevens had me in tears), and am midway through her fantastic book, Mad Girl. I almost woke my daughter up with … Continue reading Pure OCD – A Revelation
I have mostly got my anxiety under control these days, but there are certain situations where it comes rushing back to temporarily take over my brain. Planning a night out with friends is one of these situations. A night out is very rare these days. Mostly because the nature of my business means that I … Continue reading Stages of anxiety when going out for the night
Warning: contains triggers This week (1st - 7th May) is the UK's first Maternal Mental Health Awareness Week, and is being led by the Perinatal Mental Health Partnership. This is such a great initiative, I honestly don't know one single mum who hasn't experienced some kind of change in their mental health after having a … Continue reading Maternal Mental Health Week and My Post Natal Anxiety