Hey All, not really had much time at home in between Paddle School and my AI/GL course, Ive got so much support from all my friends and family. My parents threw me a surprise going away/good luck party which really was amazing. I had a good night, ill be updating all of you as soon as i can, all depends on how much i work. Subscribe to me on Facebook / Twitter to keep upto date easier. Sorry for the short post must get packed and ready for a early start tomorrow.
Not long until the start of the Olympics now. I cant wait to see all the celebrations and opening ceremonies. But what this post is about is the inspirational people of the Paralympics, when have you ever thought you haven’t been able to do something or cant be bothered? what about someone who is disabled or unable to. If you wanted someone to inspire you just think of the participators in the Paralympics, running with no legs, swimming without an arm or leg and jumping with no arms. are you tuning in? Click Here for a scedule
Low self-esteem is associated with many mental health problems. They can feed off each other in a vicious circle; the more depressed or anxious you become the lower your opinion of yourself and your abilities, the more you avoid activities that could help to build-up esteem and address depression or anxiety. Even if you don’t have a mental health diagnosis, you will recognise the impact that your view of yourself has on your mood and nerves.
To have a negative or bad opinion of yourself isnt going to help with your self esteem, and i cant be one to judge i use to dislike my face during my teens as i had a bad spate of acne but everyday i managed to find something to take my mind away from it. i tried creams and a number of different ointments but never really got very far.
Well when I 1st wanted the operation was because I hated my foot, I was so ashamed of it. I avoided wearing anykind of shoe that would expose it. I hated if I was at someone else’s not wearing shoes because you could clearly see it, eventually I did overcome it but I still always had it covered when wearing shoes. I just thought people would call me a freak for having a bunion since I was about 5 so I was bit scared of what people would think but past year it was hurting and they gave me the operation and one more week and maybe I won’t be scared to wear sandals and flip-flops again
Well before my dad died I was a lovely just right weight girl but after he died I turned to food and comfort ate and ate. I use to think I was such a pretty girl and wasn’t shy one bit! But I put weight on and I was ashamed of myself, but never stopped being depressed so I carried on eating and eventually I was a bloody hippo in my likings! The more I looked in the mirror the more I ate because of the depression eventually my mum realised I was getting fat and stopped all junk food and made me walk our dog every day! I lost a bit but not enough. But now I’m at my average weight but I still hate my body. Getting pregnant made it worse and I hate it trying to get the motive to lose weight again but I don’t yea came out shell of not being shy but my muffin tops I hate, I can’t ever hide them no matter what I wear tried losing them but so hard I just think I’ll always be ashamed of my body no matter what any future partners will say, I’ve started wearing tops for sex and in the dark
Thinking that your not as brainy or intelligent as someone else just because you didn’t finish that course or degree… Your don’t actually need the best education to get the best opportunities. Although i went to college and studied for two years when i had the opportunity to to do a third year but i decided to drop out. look at what im doing now… Click Here for more info
Try and do something that is positive once or twice a day, have a laugh go and chill out with your friends spend time with your family and the people that love you, ultimately you want to work towards that goal, as achieving goals will help you feel better as a person. If you feel i have missed something here please don’t hesitate to comment, if you would like to keep it private Click Here to drop me a private email. Do you like these kinds of posts? i would like to know what you think
Whether you are in Europe, US, Russia or anywhere in the world. Teens being on the streets are a world wide problem, But why? We need to provide places for teens to go, a place to sleep, somewhere to get something to eat, or someone they can go and talk to and a place for them to just chill-out with each other. You may walk past a teenager in the street with some kind of prejudice but really you don’t know the half of it… maybe that person was kicked out, abused, ran-away from home or just couldnt cope in his home environment… You never know, but why should we stand by and let this go on? its not their fault maybe they have been miss-lead or brought up in the wrong environment, The youth of today will be like us in the future, We may need to give them some positive guidance but with the right help and a push in the right direction anyone and i mean ANYONE can and WILL achieve anything if they put there heart and mind to it. What are your thoughts on this matter? Leave a Comment below
As hard as it is to believe Life isn’t just about money and possessions whether you own a Ferrari or a Mansion house these are all accessories and unnecessary, whether your loaded or not everyone has greatest possession of all, LIFE. Life is about living it to the fullest and you don’t always need millions of pounds to be able to live life to the fullest, Most of the opportunities you get are actually right on your doorstep whether you know it or not, sometimes they are just a phone call or email away. Money problems and Relationship issues aren’t a valid reason to feel as if you cant live life because what ever happens in the end you still have life to fall back on. to go travelling or exploring doesnt have to be too expensive either you just have to be abit savvy about where you decide to stay and what you decide to do, at the end of it all Life is down to you and how you decide to live it…