Violence at Home #SignalForHelp

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Please share this post or just the video below. You never know when you might need it. It’s also good to know that if somebody else reaches out for help. Photo credit: https://commons.wikimedia.org

Side effects and dealing with them

Everything comes with a price, goes especially well with the drugs. It’s a struggle between trying to be a functional independent person (not aiming to be a Superman) and side effects. I struggle with CPTSD, which can be felt similar to depression, anxiety, ADHD, BPD and OCD combined. People with CPTSD are similar, but we … Read more

There Is No Health Without Mental Health

mental health matters

I’m sending a big hug to everyone who didn’t felt so good today but still refused to give up. 🤗 I would like to thank everybody who is spreading mental health awareness. 🙏 Hooray for all those who are working on their own mental health regularly, no matter what. 🥳 View this post on Instagram … Read more

World Mental Health Day – Beware of the green ribbon

It won’t do you any harm, but it may confuse you a bit. Mental health is still a sensitive topic to talk about, even though people became a bit more open through the years. This field is still a mess and people are often confused. About themselves, about their illness, about other people’s illness,… And … Read more

Mental Health Awareness & Kindness – Freebies

I made some graphic that can be used to promote mental health. You can use these as stickers or print them into T-shirts, mugs, paper… Whatever you like. Or just share them through your blog, social media or elsewhere on the internet. Please help me spread the word. Thank you.

ADHD in women – infographic

ADHD looks different for women compared to men. We don’t have the same bodies and our minds are different too. It’s ADHD Awareness Month. Let’s spread the word. Sources: – 5 Ways ADHD Is Different For Women Compared To Men – ADHD Looks Different in Women. Here’s How — and Why. – ADHD in Women … Read more

What it’s like to have a mental illness?

Mental health is a matter of everyone, not just of people who struggle with it. From my point of view, having some mental health issues, means that you’re often treated differently than you’d otherwise be. Your words matter less, people don’t listen to you or don’t take you as seriously. Not everybody, but especially people … Read more

Being depressed is not the same as being lazy

Being lazy is not a criminal, but it’s good to acknowledge when it starts to affect your life in negative ways and do something about it. During my depressive states, I’ve heard many sentences like: – “You’re just lazy”. – “You can do it, you just need to try harder”. – “If I/he/she can do … Read more