My story with mental health goes a way back. I can still remember the first time I had a panic attack. I knew it wasn't right. The conversation around mental health is changing, more people are being open about it. I wish I'd have been able to know I wasn't alone when I was younger. I wish I'd have had access to the help I needed. I wish I'd have known more about what other people were going through. That's the reason I've been sharing my story. So this week, for the blog I want to share Three Good Places You Can Read My Story. Pop over and give them a read if you like.
If you've read this blog before you'll know how much I love GoodGym. When they wanted people to share their mental health stories, I was more than happy to help because GoodGym has done an incredible amount for my health and mental wellbeing. Read my story for GoodGym here.
In May, for Mental Health Awareness Week, Southsea based running company, runr, organise a virtual running challenge called Miles for Mind. Runners pledge to run a certain number of miles and help raise money for Mind, the mental health charity. You can support my fundraising here. You can read my story for runr here.