Let’s Talk About CPTSD, Part 2

I wrote about CPTSD already. There is so much more to say about it, but I’m too tired to write these days. After several years of therapy, I’m still getting the feeling that I’m not making any progress and that there is no hope for me at all. This is a common thing for CPTSD. … Read more

Dealing with nightmares

Nightmares can be very exhausting, especially if they last for longer period of time. I’d like to give you a good example of what will work 100% for you, but I’m still searching for one myself. One thing that helped me though, is Cannabis, but it doesn’t work when you stop using it. Cannabidiol also … Read more

Reblog: International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women and Men: 25 November

“In the run up to International Women’s Day last week, the Diversity Council of Australia (DCA) published a list of 8 common myths about workplace sexual harassment. One of these myths is the belief that sexual harassment only happens to straight women, when in reality it happens to people of all genders and sexual orientations. … Read more

Reblog: What Is… Nonsuicidal Self-Injury

In this series, I dig a little deeper into the meaning of psychology-related terms. This week’s term is nonsuicidal self-injury. Nonsuicidal self-injury (NSSI) is a fancy way of saying self-harm behaviour that differentiates it from suicidality. Cutting and burning are the most common methods, but there are a variety of other methods people use, including … Read more

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

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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