Cervical Screening Myths Explained | 5 Common Misconceptions #SmearForSmear2021

Cervical Cancer Prevention Week

My regular readers will know I write a post in honour of Cervical Cancer Prevention Week every year, and this year is no different. Cervical cancer awareness charity Jo’s Trust are at the forefront of the #SmearForSmear campaign every year, encouraging women to attend their cervical screening (aka. Smear test). It’s a simple, routine test … Continue reading Cervical Screening Myths Explained | 5 Common Misconceptions #SmearForSmear2021

Reaching Out to Loved Ones During Lockdown | Brew Monday 2021

The third January of every month is classed as Blue Monday - statistically, the most depressing day of the year. General reasons for that could be because we’re all a bit down following the Christmas festivities, no one has any money following Christmas and the long run up to payday, and the weather is a … Continue reading Reaching Out to Loved Ones During Lockdown | Brew Monday 2021

The Therapy Diaries 2 | Cognitive Behavioural Therapy with Exposure

Open Journal

Last week, I kicked off my brand new blog series entitled “The Therapy Diaries,” in which I take a look back over my many, many experiences of therapy for my rather messed up brain. My last post in this series looked at my time with the school counselling service to help deal with my anxiety … Continue reading The Therapy Diaries 2 | Cognitive Behavioural Therapy with Exposure