Anxiety doesn’t always run your life

I haven’t written much about my Anxiety of late and this is because, strangely, it’s not been a big part of my life lately. It seems strange saying that after nearly two years of it ruling my life but that’s where I am at the moment.  I think about it a lot but it doesn’t […]

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Site under reconstruction

Not satisfied with a quick change I have gone for the full whack.  I also want to do this without closing the site down for any reason.  All content is still available all of the time. It is driving me slightly insane at the moment as I have to update each individual post to create […]

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Changes to the site!

Happy Monday Blog Followers! I am writing you this as I have made some changes to the site.  I am trying to make it simpler over all.  Although I am not happy with the background.  Want it to be funkier but people still need to be able to read the posts!

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A Safe Place

Most people with anxiety have a “safe place”.  If you know a person with anxiety and you ask them if they have a safe place they will likely say yes. As part of a group last year we spoke of a safe place and most of the people in the group had one and it […]

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Anxiety and Me

It’s closing on two years since I got my real diagnosis of Generalised Anxiety Disorder.  I’d known for a long time that something was wrong.  I’d waken in the morning with a heavy body.  By that I mean a body that is wanting to stay in bed, stay safe and not have to deal with […]

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First anxiety and then a spring clean

I haven’t written a blog for a while.  Not because I had nothing to say, far from it, but I just didn’t have time.  Part of this was due to being ill at the start of the year and more recently there has been a Spring Clean at Fox Manor.  Yes, a good old fashioned […]

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What is normal?

What is normal? I’m not sure but if there is such a thing then I have to imagine that anyone who doesn’t fall into that category is unique and that is much better than being normal. Normal is something created by those who don’t wish to believe there is a problem. So if you say […]

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Ankle broken? Fine. Mind broken? Does not compute.

Over recent weeks I’ve had to come to terms with the fact that I have a mental health condition.  It started off as anxiety but it has worked its way into that plus depression.  It’s not great.  One sets off the other, all the time. I feel anxious about a situation which leads me to […]

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