To “chill out” my head, in the same way that we would ice our ankle, foot, quads…
How running helped me overcome bulimia and how to ensure you use it SAFELY as a handy part of your mental health toolbox.
To my friends and family, I am known as a keen runner, but only a few people know how much I actually love to push weights around in the gym too. There’s something very empowering about feeling (and by all means BEING) strong. I decided to look into this a little further to see what [...]
Whilst we are unable to undo evolutionary developments, we can try and combat it by changing the way we take on positive stimuli.
As a recovered bulimic, the title of this blog post makes me cringe a little, but I think it’s important and I think we need to talk about it.
Because finding ways to admit you’re struggling is pretty difficult, I’ve put together a little list of alternative answers to “I’m fine” or “I’m just tired”.
Once upon I time I actually felt a great deal of shame around keeping a journal. From the age of around 13 it was a grand secret that I kept hidden in my underwear drawer and in those days it mostly contained musings about how “unfair” things were. How “unfair” it was that I was [...]