How running helped me overcome bulimia and how to ensure you use it SAFELY as a handy part of your mental health toolbox.
One of the main reasons I felt like I didn’t “belong” as a teenager, was the bullshit story I was telling myself of WHY I didn’t belong.
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 [...]
It is impossible to avoid negativity. What’s interesting is not the fact that it is unavoidable, but that it’s so much easier to be negative than it is to be positive.
Firstly, remember that feelings don’t just pop out of nowhere - THOUGHTS create feelings.
Whilst we are unable to undo evolutionary developments, we can try and combat it by changing the way we take on positive stimuli.
A few people have recently asked me WHY I think running is the easiest way to open up to other people.