I will never make a difference

I think about my journey when it comes to my mental health and sharing my story but am I actually making a difference? Bringing comfort to those who, like me, are going through hell wether it’s depression, anxiety or PTSD. People who are suffering in the silence and frightened about discrimination and the huge stigma that comes along with mental health. Scared to tell someone in fear of rejection or being told to just get over it.

I write my blog, like many other bloggers about mental health illnesses in the hope to inspire and bring attention to mental health but am I wasting my time? I no longer have social media apart from Instagram and I rarely use twitter so many people are not aware of my blogs existence. Maybe I’m just a shit writer and people just think I’m talking a load of nonsense.

Maybe I’m shit full stop……

Author: karinao86

Mother of 3 boys, wife to one man and lover of horses. Mental health sufferer in recovery.

5 thoughts on “I will never make a difference”

  1. You do sound very sorry for yourself and extremely bitter about people from your past .Your healing will start properly as soon as you stop dwelling and dragging the past along with your future . You will end up losing the people you love .Including your children . I know this from first hand experience . I’ve been exactly where you are now. I’ve lost my entire family they got fed up after decades of my self pity and self obsessions . Hope you can really can move forward one day.

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    1. Hi Lucy,
      If you have read my blog from the beginning then you will understand the journey I have been on and understand the hatred I have for those who was suppose to care for me as a child. I’m in much better place now than I ever use to be. I blog of my experiences of mental health that I have suffered. I no longer dwell on my past and my family are incredibly supportive. I do have days of self pity, but they are very far in between. I do hope than you can reconcile with your family, maybe they need to understand mental health and what it can do a person not just to a family. Take care

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