If you don’t know what Seasonal Affective Disorder is, then it can be very easy to confuse with clinical depression. We decided to dive deeper into exactly what it is, so you have a better idea of how to tell the difference.
When it comes to first aid, we all know where to go for a plaster or a painkiller. But what about your mental health? What do you do when you need something to help that?
Warning! There is strong language in this post (depression is a bit pants so I feel it’s warranted on this occasion), so if you don’t want to see it stop now.
If you’re cool with that however, read on.
Survival. A primal instinct that allows parents to lift cars off their children and others to put one foot in front of the other when they’ve been beaten down. It’s what makes you nauseous and your heart start to race when you’re anxious.
It’s what keeps you alive.
Netflix and Chill. The phrase means many things to different people and has certain, associations, that some of us may not have thought about. Me, I mean me.