We sometimes get so caught up in our own emotions, our own ‘problems’ that we forget that there are real tragedies going on in the world. That’s not to say that our feelings aren’t important but in this video I talk a little bit about how we can all gain a little perspective.
As I wrote earlier on today, there is still such a huge discrimination against people who express their emotions and mental health stigma seems well and truly alive, in a way I’ve not really experienced before. It’s not been very nice and I’m trying my best not to let it get to me. You always know you’ll get these comments and trolls, but it never prepares you for how it will make you feel.
Being a bride means being the centre of attention for a whole day, especially when walking down the aisle. So how can you combat the kind of fear that comes with being the focus of so many? In this video I go through how NLP and visualisation can help to combat fear and motivational issues.
Hi I'm Dani and I survived :)
Ambiguous statement but true. I've survived suicide attempts (both my own and that of family members), self-harm, domestic abuse of a parent, depression, anxiety, bulimia and more.
I remember feeling so alone and like a freak for being different to everybody else. I founded The Unmarked Road to share my story, in hope it gives comfort to those going through hard times and struggling with their thoughts and emotions.
Your past does not have to define your future.
No matter how dark things appear, there is always a light. I know this because I have come out the other side of some of the deepest depth of despair imaginable.
Through sharing our experiences, we can end the stigma of mental health together.