Taking a step back will help you leap forward.

When I started my United As One Voice twitter (formerly known as United As One) profile in November 2016 I strived to help people every day. My life was in a bad place and it helped me knowing I can help others. United As One Voice saved me. Every day I was messaging hundreds of... Continue Reading →

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Looking for female mental health bloggers!

I am currently looking for female mental health bloggers to take part in my blog series! All the details are below... If you fancy reading part one and two please click on the links below: Part one: https://unitedasonevoice.wordpress.com/2017/07/06/female-blogger-perspective-of-mental-health-part-1/ Part two: https://unitedasonevoice.wordpress.com/2017/08/14/female-blogger-perspective-of-mental-health-part-2/ Interested?

Queen Elsa and her mental illness.

Now, this post is something a little different. Basically, I have watched the film ‘Frozen’ about a trillion times since it came out, this is because of girlfriends, sisters and working in a cinema. Admittedly I like the film, its clever, modern and very different to other films like ‘Cinderella’ or ‘Snow White’. For those... Continue Reading →

Twitter has helped with my anxiety.

Today (12th November) is my one year 'twitter anniversary'! WOOOOOO! To some people, Twitter is just Twitter. It's a place to keep in touch, follow celebrities, get involved in funny hashtags etc. For me, Twitter means so much more. Here is why... 2016 was a horrific year for me to say the least. I lost... Continue Reading →

LowToxBox | Review

Last month I was very lucky to receive some products from LowToxBox. They are a company who produce eco-friendly products which help others lead a healthy lifestyle. 'As a result, each box of lovingly handpicked products is immersed in eco-friendly packaging using non-toxic inks for printing. Not stopping there, I am proud to say that LOWTOXBOX plants a... Continue Reading →

What is anxiety?

Like most people I spent a lot of my life not knowing that I had anxiety. It was only after a series of panic attacks and counselling sessions which made me realise that anxiety has been a part of me for a long time. I should have recognised the symptoms sooner but anxiety wasn't spoken... Continue Reading →

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