Looking into Male Mental Health – Blog 1: The Introduction

Hello and Welcome to Sweeney's Blogs! This is going to be the first blog in a new series that I am going to be doing called Looking into Male Mental Health. There is a forever increasing worrying figure of male suicides in the last few years due to people not seeing another way out. Society …

Ballon Theory – What is it and how can we use it?

Hello and Welcome to Sweeney's Blogs! Today's blog is going to talk about a theory I created called The Balloon Theory. The Balloon Theory is a theory I created which displays how stress can affect a person and how people need to learn how to balance their stress levels and try and find ways to …

Perpetual madness of the mind …

Interesting and an insightful read! Well worth a read!

Important: the blog is not mine, it is a reblog of someone else’s. Some very good points made in it. A nice read for someone who has and even has not experienced problems with their mental health.

RAW thoughts from cheLLe 💙 unsensored 💛

I feel lost …

Alone…terribly alone,

Fighting back is getting old.

I’m ready for someone to take my hand, telling me I’m not alone. Tears drop silently down onto the chilly, dark night ground.

I’m so cold inside my soul, shivering through to my bones. I try to concentrate in hopes this apprehension calms down inside. It’s not a physical cold, it’s from the inside out.

Shaky inside from my head to the tips of my toes, my feet, sludging along, as if in quicksand, my brain hurts, throbbing into the secret parts of my very soul.

Heinous taunts come from the thoughts that aren’t mine, making this world seem unfeeling, not giving me any consolation. Making me stay in this miserable place. No matter how I fight, I cannot leave.

I’m not depressed, that’s the whole thing. This crazy disorder I’ve dealt with forever is the culprit and stress…

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Alzheimer’s Acceptance: Blog 5 – Final Conclusion

Hello and Welcome to the final blog in The Alzheimer's Acceptance series! This blog is going to be a conclusion to the series and is going to wrap up some of the key points that we have talked about. I originally planned to make this series longer than what it is going to be by …

Alzheimer’s Acceptance: Blog 4 – Personal Experience

Hello and welcome to the Alzheimer's Acceptance Series! This is the penultimate blog in this series, Personal Experience. If any of you read the story that came attached to the blog last week you will already know of what happened when my grandmother forgot me for the first time. It was one of the hardest …