Incredibly honest, influential and personal story from a friend’s daughter. Told across 3 parts, Megan unflinchingly describes how she faced her own mental health and depression at 16 years of age.
I would encourage everybody to discover this, as it is a highly misunderstood subject, and therefore hidden away, unrecognisable and out of sight, especially amongst teenagers.
Megan’s writing is fierce, bold and reflective. Her message is inspiring and her frankness will serve to help many …
Admitting that you’re struggling and maybe feeling a little worse than ‘just down’ or ‘having a bad time’ is a very difficult thing to do, but its important to recognise the difference between being in a bad/sad mood and being constantly sad and down.
This is something I personally really struggled with as I noticed more and more that everyday I’d be waking up feeling down and going to bed feeling the same. I kept a lot of how I felt to myself as it was so out of the ordinary for me but more and more people began to notice my constantly sad state. At this point, my mum decided it would be best for me to see a doctor as she was unsure whether i was just hormonal or there was more to it.
The day before my doctor’s appointment, my mental state deteriotated, resulting in me screaming…
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