To all my subscribers (I hate the word followers)…
I have been blogging for nearly a year and a half about mental health and my personal development and I couldn’t have done this without all of you following my blog and supporting. I started this blog to help individuals struggling with their own mental health battle, people who need advice or a different perspective, but to most importantly spread an awareness. I have touched many areas of mental health (post wise) and I still have a lot more to come!
The votes for the Mental Health Blog Awards – Blogger of the Year are now open! https://www.mhblogawards.com/nominations-voting
Please click next until Blogger of the Year and scroll down to Nadine|Solobutterflyy to vote for me!
Voting closes 1st May.
I appreciate you all ❤️❤️❤️
At work, it is so easy to stay in your own bubble or to stay close in a tight ‘work squad’ and forget about other people. Do you ever take time to think about the people around you?
That person you think is being a ‘bitch’ or that person who’s always negative or quiet might be going through something whether in their personal or professional life. It doesn’t hurt and it doesn’t cost you anything to ask that person if they’re ok or if they might want to join you for lunch sometime. People always think what if and think they could have done more when it is too late. If you see signs that someone isn’t doing well, don’t stand back and wonder, step in and ask. A common sign would be a change in behaviour or someone becoming standoffish. Another common sign could be someone who is usually loud or constantly talking as that could be a coping mechanism; a way of taking their mind of what is happening in their life. People who suffer from mental health or have difficulties may keep things hidden especially at work. If you are someone who is not comfortable approaching someone that you don’t know, you can send them information via email of any mental health awareness news, posts or events that are coming up at work.