Working on myself is good for me. I know how you are feelin, if you work on yourself then I’ll change. And I reckon you are scared.
But having coaching isnt about what others think. It’s how you see yourself and how you can cope and challenge things in the future.
Will you take that step today? Everyone has something they want in life and you should care to work on it.
You can change and you will enjoy your life more and become the symphony that you deserve.
As you are doing this you will start that journey. I’m not saying the journey is easy but think about what you would change.
Are you ready to take that step? Yes.
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As a person who acquired soggy loss in my late twenties I have found getting into employment or education hard work.
But, since stepping out and becoming self employed I’ve been able to grown and be myself. However, I’m still facing victimisation through the Department for Work and Pensions through its Access to Work Scheme and the Disability Confident Scheme. These are not working across the board and there are pockets of good practice and these need to be shared.
We need change, awareness, campaigning. Disabled people should be valued in society. Any managers or HR staff reading this – open your eyes and take a chance.
We have a 1 in 4 chance of suffering from mental health issues throughout our life and yet there is still the stigma and confusion around it; am I mental? Am I sane? Do I need to be institutionalised?
There are many causes of depression and anxiety but there is no wrong or right way to treat it. Medication can really help, I see it as you are stuck in a hole in the ground and the medication gives you the materials of a ladder to get you out of there but you still have to do the work. That is when therapy can help, it can be difficult to find what works for you.
Yet, there is a lot of peer support out there. When I first experienced mental health issues there wasn’t much out there for me but I was to find that the internet was great at offering me this peer led support. This level of support allows you to be aware of others that are in a similar condition and develop better strategies of dealing with things.
You are more than your diagnosis and it does not define you as a person. It may influence how your version of the world looks and how others look at you but being honest and open about your experiences not only helps others it helps you grow as a person.
That’s why I am writing my memoirs and I hope to share my insights with you and help you realise you are not alone. I experienced bullying and other trauma during my teenage years that impacted me as a person and those experiences morphed my view of the world leading to some quite poor strategies that did not help. By writing my story it helped me heal and grow.
If you require any support do not hesitate to reach out for help. There is lots of support out there, reach out to someone you trust and tell them how you feel. If you are a concerned family member, don’t be afraid of asking how someone is; this can be a big relief, the person may not respond immediately but they will know that you are there for them.