Throughout my time seeking help for my mental health, my intelligence has always been an issue. I'm seen as too academic or too well spoken to have problems. This attitude needs to change.
I recently had a tattoo on my arm and this is the meaning behind the quote I now have permanently on my body.
A few months ago, I was wishing I could get rid of my ADHD and live a normal life but what do I think now? Do I still wish I was completely 'normal'?
People love to tell me that I'm constantly talking about my problems and some even say I over share. So why would I willingly shift the attention of my blog from beauty to mental health?
What I originally thought was a waste of NHS time and money, turned out to be the thing I needed to force myself to get better and ultimately saved my life. But what went so wrong to end up this way?
ADHD Doesn’t Mean I’m Out Of Control – Sorry I Don’t Fit Your Stereotype But My Diagnosis Is Still ValidNovember 7, 2018 in ADHD, Mental Health
The typical 'out of control, misbehaved kid with ADHD' stereotype is why I first of all doubted my diagnosis. But my diagnosis is valid and I am very sorry you have a hard time accepting that because I don't seem like I have ADHD
TRIGGER WARNING - SUICIDE, SELF HARM According to the World Health Organisation, approximately 1 million people commit suicide every year and for every 1 suicide that is successful, 20 are unsuccessful. On March 10th 2017 I became part of that statistic.