I've taken the incredibly daunting step of putting myself out there on YouTube in order to talk about my experiences with mental health. I've taken this step because I think that watching me talking about the subjects which I write about will be valuable to you. I hope that you agree! I think that by using … Continue reading Rob Talks Mental Health…on YouTube!
So it's been a fortnight since my last update and, although I have only got two training runs to share with you, I have been smashing records all over the place! We're into the home straight now with less than a month to go until the Vitality London 10k on 29th May. So here is … Continue reading 10k for Mind: Training Update 7 (Goofy Fish and Broken Records)
Last Saturday I had the pleasure of meeting loads of really inspiring people who are all massively passionate about mental health causes. This was at the #TalkMH meet which took place in Hyde Park, London on Saturday 22nd April. When I started blogging about mental health in February it never crossed my mind that two … Continue reading #TalkMH Mental Health Bloggers Meet Up
It is easy to become isolated when anxiety or depression hit you. Often you feel less confident and less social. A lot of the time it can seem impossible to get out of bed or leave the house - let alone meet up with friends or family. That's why I've put together this short list … Continue reading 5 Ways to Feel Less Isolated When Your Mental Illness Takes Hold
So this week I've seen a few posts on Twitter which have concerned and baffled me. That in itself is nothing out of the ordinary to be honest but I felt like this time I needed to respond in defence of my fellow mental health bloggers. So the first topic I want to address is the hate I've … Continue reading In Defence of Mental Health Bloggers: Why Nobody Should be Made to Feel Bad for Speaking Out