2 Spreading Awareness About The Illness That Is Addiction

Struggling with addiction

Are You Struggling With Addiction? I’ve been wanting to write a post for those of you struggling with addiction. I know addiction is a hugely under-diagnosed mental health problem in today’s society.  Unfortunately addiction is viewed as a flaw in character rather than the illness it is. Personally, addiction is not on the large list […]

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4 My Dark Diary #1 – Living With Chronic Fatigue

My Dark Diary

Dark Diary entry: June 24th, 2015 I woke up to the sound of my alarm desperate for at least another few hours of sleep. Unfortunately, like always, that wasn’t going to happen. I stumbled out of bed miserable and exhausted.  The only thought that could possibly excite my mind was thinking of the point in […]

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My Dark Diaries Series Introduction

Dark diaries

My dark diaries will be a new series here on FixMyBrokenMind. Through this series I want to communicate my past experiences with depression, anxiety and chronic fatigue in more detail than I would be able to in other posts. Every post will be written as though it is an in-detail journal entry of what a […]

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3 No Obstacle Shall Ever Break My Spirit

My spirit

I understand that pain is temporary and in fact necessary to grow character. Many days I have danced with anxiety, depression, and even chronic fatigue and yet here I stand taller than ever. In the past, I have lived with feelings of self pity and felt as though life owed me a favor.  Of all […]

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2 How To Wake The Hell Up Without Coffee

wake the hell up

Rise And Shine When you need to wake the hell up in the morning, is your first instinct to reach for a coffee? For those of us suffering from fatigue, coffee can have us feeling like smeagle from lord of the rings. It is often the first thing we run to for a pick-me-up at […]

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1 Overcoming The Constant Concerns Of Health Anxiety

health anxiety

As I woke up one Thursday morning in a full blown sweat, I was almost certain I was going to die. In roughly 10 hours, if I was lucky, I may have managed to squeeze out three hours of sleep. All night I had been kept awake by a persistent and wretched cough, coupled with a duet of heatwaves and […]

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