Wednesday's runFriday 18th Sep
My JourneyWednesday 16th Sep
My mental health took a turn for the worst October last year when a sudden death in the family happened. I chose paths to go down to try and deal with the pain that were not good for me.
It was at the start of this year that I realised I needed to change. I moved to a new house and took myself out of a toxic environment. I decided to start exercising and have been weight training, running, and walking every day ever since.
My mental state has gone from being miserable and unworthy, to positive and determined in such a short space of time. Although I still have a lot of growing to do as a person, I believe the steps I have taken thus far have really done wonders for my mental health.
I have learnt to speak more openly about the way I am feeling.
I have learnt that bottling up emotions is definitely not healthy.
I have learnt that I actually do have a lot of support from family and friends
I have learnt to deal with my anxiety better, I keep a journal and write in this daily
I want to raise awareness for mental health because in the times that we are living in at the moment, I feel like this is something we should all be talking about and supporting one another with.
“Don’t let your struggle become your identity.”Share
Thank you to my Sponsors
Tim , Kel And Will
Anthony (tony) Blaubaum
Matt & Soph
Ric & Marg
Hudson & Isla
Matt, Emma And Harper Witherden