Helloooo! Lovely viewers of my blog! You know I can talk about mental health until the cows come home. Which is amazing, and I won’t shut up about it until I’ve got my voice out about stigma on the subject of mental health. What is my mental health condition? I have two mental health conditions, … Continue reading My Mental Health: Social Phobia Disorder and Depression!
Hello, I’m Shannon Diana, I’m 20 years old and I live in Aldridge. I’m your “Average” teen. I have a bubbly personality and I love to have a laugh. I sing in the shower and dance around the house. I eat cold left-over pizza for breakfast sometimes as I just can’t be arsed to make … Continue reading Welcome To My World.. ❤
Trigger warning- This post talks about self-harm and a suicide attempt and substance misuse. Please skip this post if you are feeling low. I started this blog when I was in a low state. I wanted to help other people. I wanted to feel better but, I wanted to end my life as the dark … Continue reading Fighting Back for the voices what are lost due to mental illness and stigma!
Well. If you would be telling me back 4 years ago while I was in the darkest time of my life and start of my recovery that I was going to be an award-winning mental health blogger. I probably wouldn’t believe you at all and would tell you to clear off in a polite manner. … Continue reading Labels are for jars. Not for people.
It's not going well, I feel so shit for writing this but it's true. I feel like I'm going insane in my own mind right now. I have no idea where to turn to either as I'm scared I'm going to get pushed to a side as they will just blame it on my depression … Continue reading Mental Health Update.
My bad days are getting more frequently but I always end up trying to do hobbies to take my mind off the dark thoughts. So, I thought I would do a post and give you some of my tips what I do when I'm having a bad day. I write my dark thoughts down on … Continue reading Tips for coping with a bad day!
I’m not going to bullshit you on here and say oh no one has ever given me stigma against my mental illnesses. Because that is a big fat lie. I face stigma every single day on social media and daily living as I’m very personal and open about my mental health. In arguments with former … Continue reading Dealing with the stigma of mental illness