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Imagine your mind as a garden and your thoughts are seeds.
What seeds are you planting?
Mine are courage and peace.
What are yours?
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Mental Health Awareness Month
This is me with my tiny 5lb13 newborn baby girl, exhausted, dazed, in a lot of pain and hooked up to morphine after an emergency cesarean section and blood transfusion in January 2018.
My placenta was covering my cervix due to a condition called placenta previa and I haemorrhaged losing over 3 pints of blood.
It was the most traumatic event I'd ever experienced. Fast forward to 4 weeks later and the saddest event of my life when we're told our gorgeous newborn daughter has a severe to profound hearing loss. Nine months later we moved to the other side of the world for my husband's work; 4000 miles from our family, friends and support network.
My mental health has taken an absolute battering. PTSD, low moods, bouts of anxiety and mild depression, mood swings, feelings of hopelessness. I was offered a councilling referral Aeris' diagnoses but didn't follow through with it.
I should have.
We should all ask for help and take it when it's offered.
Things are getting better now, but it feels like it's taken a lifetime. I'm concentrating on improving my physical health, keeping my mind busy with things that make me happy and taking the time to appreciate the small things. ...