Well I’m back. Over the last few weeks I’ve been dealing with an issue, my mental health took a knock from it. Happy to say that the issue has been resolved and my mental health has improved. I like to just write a little bit about the issue, but I won’t go into too much … Read more CRUSHED
This year has been an interesting one, to say the least, and a bit of a mixed bag when it comes to positives and negatives. I should be honest and admit that’s probably with any year, both past and future! For me personally, 2019 has been a year for continuous growth. I feel that I … Read more Post #130 ~ Happy Holidays!
Bonus Post! Everybody likes a bonus from time to time! In this bonus post I’m collaborating with my best friend, Alex King. He has recently re-launched his blog and chose Social Interaction as his next topic. It’s a massive talking point! Different people have different experiences of it, so I’m chipping in with my own … Read more Social I̷͔̹̍͆͋n̷̗͔̂͜ṯ̶̛͎̞̀ê̴̡̨͉r̵͙̪͕̀a̴͎̋̄́c̶̭̬̠͊t̴͎͒̾į̸̛̰̑̚ö̶̭ń̷͈̐ Outeraction
One year on from my previous Anti-bullying week post and the question “Is there anything new I can contribute to it?” Well this year I’ve pondered the same question and have actually thought of a few topics that link into bullying. So that’s awesome, right? It would be except the topics I have chosen are … Read more Post #129 ~ Anti-Bullying Week 2019
Recapping from my last post, I talked about how games help me handle certain stresses in my life and this post follows on from that topic. This post is all about how dark psychological horror games help me fight depression. Getting posted on Halloween is rather apt, wouldn’t you agree? (It’s like I planned this … Read more Post #128 ~ Dark Games as a Source of Light
Video gaming is one of my longest running hobbies to date; rivalled only by a passion for adventuring/exploring and reading. Although, it could be argued that they are all in the same vein, just one happens in the real world, one in the imagination, and the other in a virtual one. Gaming and my Blog … Read more Post #127 ~ Gaming as a Temporary Escape
It’s quite beautiful poetry that Mental Health Awareness Day lies in the heart of the Dyspraxia Awareness Week; personally speaking one of the core difficulties of dyspraxia is the fact mental health issues have a heavy impact on us. Self-esteem is brittle and we can easily lose faith when we get knocked back. Also anxiety … Read more Post #126 ~ Mental Health Awareness Day
The Awareness of Dyspraxia Dyspraxia Awareness Week is upon us once again and our mission continues. As each year passes, dyspraxia gets a little more awareness and attention, which is great! But while its overall ‘awareness status’ isn’t anywhere near that of its cousins dyslexia and autism, it’s getting there steadily. Last year we saw … Read more Post #125 ~ Dyspraxia Awareness Week: 6th – 12th October 2019
World Suicide Prevention Day falls on September 10th every year. This is the day where people and organisations around the world help raise awareness around suicide. Suicide is a major problem and there are countless angles to tackle the issue. The immense picture of Suicide can be understood with many different contrabutions. It is a … Read more Post #124 ~ World Suicide Prevention Day
Goofy is the focus of this post but before that, a little update. Caught up on all my blog fixes, had a little extra break too, so it’s time I actually jump in and start posting – before I know it another 7 months will pass me by! It is tempting to kick things off … Read more Post #123 ~ Is Goofy Dyspraxic?