General Election 2017. It has been called. The rumour mills started this morning when Theresa May announced that she’d have an announcement. And an announcement it was. Not about Doctor Who. Not about Broadchurch. Not about Arsene Wenger. But about… Continue reading →
A while back I blogged about my experience with depression. As today is World Mental Health Day, I wanted to write about it some more. More to the point, I wanted to write about raising awareness, specifically for people who may have it, but may not know yet. (As with me, it seems.)
I wonder if others have come across this dilemma at this stage. I am aware of online content whereby there is an encouragement to push on through. One thing is for sure, it certainly takes up a lot of thought time.
It’s better to burn brightly in pursuit of passion; than to sit in beige trousers from a catalogue whilst looking at your flock wallpaper with Jimmy Nail playing in the background.
I took mental health tests that had been recommended, just to be sure it wasn’t some sort of empty concern. I scored highly. It seemed that I was far better at this “having depression” thing than I had ever been at anything at school.