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My Favourite Methods Of Meditation

Throughout my time in therapy, I have tried and tested almost every single form of meditation you could possibly think of, each type having a varying success rate. In this blog post, I will include the three methods of meditation that I used the most out of every method I have tried and tested as […]

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Capital D

Depression. The big D that no one wants. I would like to say that I am incredibly positive – that I thrive in every environment that I am put in and as a result of this I am incredibly social to all I approach or encounter. However, I would also be lying if I said […]

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My Top 3 Recipes That My Mum Taught Me

There comes a time as we grow older when we have to cook. (I know ew). Unlike most people who went to university, I steered clear of the pot noodles and instant ramen as I am in fact the fussiest eater who ever lived, so I swayed more towards the most beige food you could […]

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Trust In The Universe

Trust has always been an odd thing for me to try and wrap my head around. Why do we put so much faith in people we barely know? Alternatively, how can we barely rely on people we have known for our whole lives? I heard an analogy that explained it rather well. Trust issues are […]

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5 Movies I Loved As A Child And Still Love Now

Films have a lot of power. Within pictures there are thousands of words, within moving tales there are novels. Within words, there is a strength, within strength there is unity. Sometimes it doesn’t matter where you come from, what you look like or what your beliefs are – people can become siblings over fandoms and […]

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Ignoring Being Ignored

We all get ignored. Some people are able to tolerate it more than others, but personally, it makes me heave. My blood boils a little every time a message is read or a Snapchat is opened without a response, for whoever long. Everyone is different I suppose. Similarly, we sometimes don’t always get the answers […]

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My Top 10 British TV Shows

Let me paint you a picture. Dimly lit room, a young adult female surrounded by snacks and old socks. It is I, depressed and anxious Lucy. Bed-ridden with the recent diagnosis of Potential University Drop Out. My time spent in self-isolation and death by chocolate biscuit allowed me to branch out my TV feelers and […]

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Turning Pens Into Swords

We live in such a beautiful age where literature in all its glory has so much power. Despite its cons, social media has shed a whole new light on the power of words and the ways in which they can influence viewers or users. I am very lucky to have grown up with parents who […]

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Rising Above

It takes a lot of bravery to admit there is something wrong, and sometimes, even more, to admit that things are exactly how they should be. Life is scary and at times very unpredictable. “Brave” doesn’t mean that you’re not scared it means that you continue regardless of fear you feel. Over the years I […]

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Emotional Calcification

Many people close to me have illuminated the idea that every person you meet, every person you pass in the street has a sad song – a melancholy melody that makes your heart sob and your heart scream. Due to some people’s emotional constipation, we can shut ourselves off; isolate ourselves and lock away our […]