My very personal posts of 2016, that started off this blog.

If it wasn’t for offloading and using this blog as part of my therapy to accept what happened to me, then I probably would not have started this blog. Writing this blog has helped me to move forward and some things that were really troubling me, to let go of the guilt that I should not have had to start with.
Most of these following posts all have a trigger warning of some kind, stated at the beginning of the post.

FUCK STIGMA! A VIDEO ABOUT MENTAL HEALTH STIGMA — SUMMER STARTS TO SHINE

Watch and enjoy. Feel free to share if you like X This video is aimed at the sheep of society… and all of you who are sick of the sheep of society and all their stigma shit…

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Here is the video link from Summer’s You Tube page, so you can watch, what did not show in above, as for some reason you can see it here, or visit her blog post to watch:

Bullies! Do you think?

Bullies, do you think when you bully a person?
Whether you bully on your own, or in a group?
Do you think you are cool?
Do you feel good at the end of the day?
Can you sleep at night?
Do you think what you got out of it?
What did you get out of it?
Is your life that shit, you want to make someone else’s shit?

Do you think of the negative effect you have given, to that person you bullied?
Did you think how you knocked them down, whether they were already down and hurting before you started?
That person could already be having some sort of shit life, that you don’t see. A shit life at home.
Did you think? Did you?

Do you think how low they could go, like try to hurt or kill themselves?
Did you? How do you feel?
I hope you feel like shit, because people you bully don’t deserve that kind of shit.
It’s on your hands, if you push them that far.

So next time, think, before you act and choose the cooler option of being a friend, rather than a bully.

by Elizabeth Fisher

Copyright© 7th December 2016

#IF DEPRESSION WERE A CHOICE — SUMMER STARTS TO SHINE

As you know from my post, just before, I created my own post of #If depression were a choice, which was inspired from this one, by Summer Starts To Shine. Do pop on over to Summer’s blog and join in, using the “#If depression were a choice.”

If depression were a choice, I wouldn’t be up at 5.21am posting, due to depression-related insomnia. If depression were a choice, when I’d have first tasted depression at the age of 16, I’d have realised “depression wasn’t for me” and I wouldn’t accept this hellish intrusion into my life any more. If depression were a choice, […]

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