Hi everyone, So this post might be a bit of a different post, because today I just needed to write it down and get it off my chest, without feeling sorry for writing it, so here we go: Ever since I was a little girl, I have had this obsession with being perfect. I needed … Continue reading I Don't Write to Hurt You…
Hi everyone, As I mentioned in one of my previous blog posts, then I want to share my hopes and dreams for 2020 with you. 2019 was a very difficult year, but also a very rewarding year where most of my focus was on working on my mental health and trying to understand that. I … Continue reading Hopes and Dreams for 2020
Hi everyone, Happy New Years! I hope you will have an amazing new years eve, no matter how you choose to celebrate this evening. I have always felt like there is a lot of pressure surrounding New Year's Eve, you need to really celebrate this evening and it needs to be with lots friends and … Continue reading New Years Eve
Hi everyone, This might be a bit of a cliché blog post, but I don’t care. Throughout this past year, I have learned to love the art of reflecting on life. Therefore, I am going to tell you about the things that have taken up the most space in my mind and life this past … Continue reading The Year of Mental Health
Hi Everyone Merry Christmas and happy holidays! I was debating whether or not I was going to write a post around Christmas because Christmas is supposed to be a time filled with happiness, joyfulness and love. But for me, Christmas is also filled with anxiety. I love Christmas time so much, I love all the … Continue reading Christmas and Anxiety
Hi Everyone, A few weeks ago I wrote a post called “What Helped Me Get thought My Depression” (You can read it here: https://20somethingish.blog/2019/11/17/what-helped-me-get-through-my-depression/ ), where I talked about what helped me get through my depression and these last couple of months. The second thing I mentioned in that post was re-establishing my relationship with … Continue reading Finding Faith
Thought Field Therapy™ (TFT) is an energy-based form of psychotherapy designed to reduce symptoms of psychological distress by manipulating how energy flows in the body. https://www.goodtherapy.org/learn-about-therapy/types/thought-field-therapy Hi Everyone If you have not read my previous blog post "What Helped Me Get through My Depression", then I would recommend you reading that post before you read this post! There is a link … Continue reading My Experience with Thought Field Therapy.