"It'll be alright" Sharing 2

It can feel lonely.


It felt that way when I started suffering from Generalised Anxiety and Panic Disorder when I was 27, exacerbated by PTSD when I lost a close friend due to an unfortunate accident. In the following decade of my mental health struggles, there weren’t many people who understood what I was experiencing, and there were many moments when I had to work really hard just to keep my head above water. And I would count that a good day. But there were also many dark moments when it felt all-consuming and I remember fearing that I had to deal with this mind of mine for the rest of my life.


Today, I’m 37, and am in a better place after I started seeing a psychologist. For those who are struggling, feeling alone, hopeless or just trying to keep afloat each day, I want you to know that help is available, and there are people out there who care.


It can feel lonely.

But remember, you are not alone