My 10 ten top posts 2019

Well, it’s the last day of 2019 and tomorrow, we’ll start the New Year 2020.

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This year saw me starting my blog – only in August – and I’m delighted with the steady increase in followers, the fantastic comments, the advice, the support and the likes. It hasn’t been easy at times, particularly my posts about my personal experiences. However, I’ve just read through them and, do you know what? They hurt a little less. The power of writing, eh!

I’ve chosen to share my Top 10 blog posts and as I sifted through all the numbers, I was surprised to see that “My journey through a psychotic depression Parts I – V” consistently attracted a high number of comments, all of which were supportive and positive. So I thank you for that.

You can click on the blue links if you’d like to read any of the following blog posts.

In first place:

2. Obsessive Compulsive Disorder

3. How to stay emotionally healthy over Christmas

4. Fake mental health patients

5. 12 celebrities who suffer from anxiety

6. 7 and more facts about schizophrenia

7. 5+ facts about male suicide

8. Anxiety in men

9. Strategies to help relieve your stress

10. Tips to help you with your anxiety and panic attacks

Because it’s New Year’s Eve, often a time for reflection, and some people might experience emotional difficulties, I’m also adding this post:

Useful mental health contacts. If you’re struggling with mental health issues, please seek support.

I’d like to take this opportunity to thank you for passing by, for reading some of my posts and for taking the time to comment. I’ve really enjoyed reading all your blogs too; I’ve been inspired, I’ve learnt, I’ve reflected, I’ve discovered, I’ve been impressed, I’ve cried and I’ve laughed out loud. I’ve honestly had so much fun in our blogging community and I’m looking forward to seeing what the new year brings.

Author: mentalhealth360.uk

Mum to two amazing sons. Following recovery from a lengthy psychotic episode, depression, anxiety and anorexia, I decided to train as a Mental Health Nurse and worked successfully in various settings before becoming a Ward Manager. I am a Mental Health First Aid Instructor and a Mental Health Awareness Trainer, Mental Health First Aid Youth and Mental Health Armed Forces Instructor. Just started my mental health from the other side blog.

10 thoughts on “My 10 ten top posts 2019”

  1. It’s so fun to blog and to read your posts! I really loved to read yours filled with good advice and your personal journey. You made it a bit more easier for me to reflect upon my views upon my workplace. I felt support from you and felt less crazy in my thinking about mental heath and caring for others. Best wishes for the New Year and I hope I may read more of your posts 🙂

    1. Aaawww, don’t make me cry. Thank you and as you know, I am a big fan of your blog. You write so succinctly and passionately – you should be very proud. I think you and I have a ‘mutual appreciation thingy’ going on lol. And I can’t wait to watch your blog develop even more – I love reading it 🙂

      1. Yep, I agree on the mutual appreciation 🙂 It’s so striking and so weird because we haven’t seen each other, we found each other through writing and that is so new to me. But it’s fun so no crying here! 😉

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