Depression is an issue that has dogged me for a lot longer than I’ve been prepared to admit even to myself. It’s tough to describe how it feels. It’d be easy to say that it’s a sensation of feeling perpetually sad and gloomy, but I don’t think that’s accurate at all. In my own experience, … Continue reading Traversing the Rabbit Hole of Depression
I’m tying in this series to Mental Health Awareness Month as I feel the two are quite substantially linked. This series has always predominantly been about my writing and offering an update on how it’s going. In this edition, I’ll talk about why I write. The reason only became clear to me once I was … Continue reading Living the Dream Part 21 (Writing Is My Coping Technique)
(This was a post I composed over a year ago and decided against posting on my blog as it was a bit of a sensitive subject. You will see by reading this how much my attitude towards depression and personal problems have changed.) More ardent readers of my blog will recall a flash fiction story … Continue reading (P/HW)xB=R
Here’s something new. Thankfully it isn’t the Casper Slide Part 2. It is, in fact, the first ever guest post on The Adventures of an Average, White Man… and the honour frankly couldn’t have gone to anyone more fitting in the circumstances. When I decided I wanted reader’s thoughts to feature somewhere during Mental Health … Continue reading Mental Health, Un-Masked (A Guest Post By summerSHINES)
The question posed in the title might seem a little weird because who in their right mind doesn’t think mental wellbeing is important? Surely, everybody knows that feeling okay in the mind is a requisite to feeling okay in general. Actually, I’m not convinced a lot of people do know that. I would say worryingly … Continue reading Why Is Mental Wellbeing So Important?
Good day to all my valued readers and happy Mental Health Awareness Month. As stated in a post a couple of weeks ago, I have decided to run with the abovementioned theme in recognition of World Mental Health Day on Wednesday 10th October and do my part in helping to eradicate the stigma that unfortunately … Continue reading An Introduction to Mental Health Awareness Month