Category: Tips for Mental Health Management

The Avalanche of Chores

Dear Mummas, It’s widely known that the avalanche of chores, demanding pets and a baby may cause your anxiety to thrive and flourish. We obviously don’t want that to happen! The anxiety has been with me since childhood, I have used multiple techniques to cope with it but […]

Enlightenment

My little beautiful terror is asleep, I should get up and go to do chores but as a sleep deprived mother I have every right to sit down with a GIANT mug of coffee and contemplate. I want to share with you what I have discovered right now, […]

Happiness

We were both tired after a long day and a sleepless night with our daughter. My partner went upstairs with Miss Little Munchkin aka Jumping Bean first, I followed after. When I got upstairs I saw them both sleeping soundly. I stopped for a moment and let my […]

Reality Vs Expectations

Reality vs expectations pose a big dilemma…. surely something to think about. Do we love the world we live in? Or we’d rather escape in to the land of eternal madness. I must admit, I’d love the other option to be available because I don’t understand this world […]

Anxiety

If you have ever suffered from anxiety I’m sure you are familiar with a self- coping strategy which I call ‘safety net’. What is it? The safety net is an option or an alternative which you give yourself just in case you don’t feel like doing something or […]

Existence

Do you look at other people who seem to fully enjoy their life? They appear to be articulate, they bloom with self- confidence and splatter their optimism everywhere they go. ‘It’s highly contagious- this optymistic attire’- you think to yourself. ‘I shall be more like them’- you contemplate. […]

Hypocrite due to Difficulties

I often talk about the benefits and healing properties of active meditation. I’m known of giving tips and advice how to succesful free your mind from tge realms of ovewhelming stress. I’d always thought that I had it perfectly mastered. Oh, how I was wrong. Today, I needed […]