I get asked all the time why I feel my recovery is so sturdy. And I will always caution myself and others not to fall prey to the idea that my recovery is sturdy beyond the 24 hours that lays ahead of me.
Mental Health & Coping
My panic attacks were frequently about being late. Tardiness worried me to no end. Whether it was for work or friends or family, to be late was to be an awful person.
In high school, my friends were my rocks. They always understood the things I was going through (the best they could) and were there at the drop of a hat if I needed them.
Let’s face it – post secondary education can be just as stressful as it is fun. So, for those of you moving on from high school to a new chapter in your life, here is your one stop shop for tips to get the most out of post-secondary education!
Manytimes when we try to make a good change in our lives, it gets derailed early on by something out of our control.
Bright lights, roaring crowds, and a wave of bodies jumping up and down to the music of their favourite DJ. There’s nothing quite like standing in the crowd, watching your favourite artist perform.
Things I don't like that have been said to me about my mental illness
1. You just over-exaggerate, you need to move on.
3. You'll never get through this, you're too weak.
4. What's wrong with you?
I didn't like elementary school. Or high school. Or even the first four years of my post-secondary education.