Been suffering from multiple mental health problems (not properly diagnosed yet but I hope doctors will soon) and not many people understand how to identify and support friends and family who have mental health problems and normally see some people make fun of people who are suffering with mental health issues, and I want to stop people in there tracks and tell them they are wrong!
I will go out of my way to end the stigma attached to mental health. I was a soldier, a rugby player, I stand six feet tall and weigh 17 stone, I have so many tattoos I've lost count, I'm not afraid to tell anyone that I suffer with mental health issues. I've learnt that talking is the best therapy.
Hiya Everyone, Today I Got Dignosed with Emotional Unstable Personality Disorder. I Don't Really Understand It But I Know that A Few Times Of Giving Up! I'm 21, Gay Male And Don't Know Who To Really Talk Too. I Guess I'm looking for people that are going throw what I go throw. The idea of making friends with EUPD would be the next step forward as I'm waiting for my treatment. Anyone know of any good sites and ways I can manage my disorder? Would be really great full..
I will continue to use my lived experience of battling (and beating!)mental health difficulties to help others. I will support my friends, family and anyone who needs support in their time of need, I will listen and support until the whole world knows it's ok to struggle and sharing this time makes it easier! I am in your corner.
PPP took me to the wrong side of insanity. Now I'm just hovering close. I aim to be the antithesis of 'Capable Louise'. The voice/unflattering photo of reality to make you feel better amid a sea of photoshopped adverts. To share failures, gaffs, what I look like when I wake up (spoiler: sh1t/insane/ludicrous) hoping that having confidence in my imperfections, laughing while making a mess of things, might help others judge themselves less harshly and feel confidence in their own imperfect selves.
#LetsTakeThePressureOff our looks/grades/parenting/careers/children
#LetsMakeMentalHealthGreatAgain #LifeIsToBeLived @hoveringclose