I’ve had better days, but I’ve had worse days as well. I guess I need to learn how to cope with things in general. I should cope with anxiety, but instead of just sitting here with my crocheting things (that’s how I cope with anxiety), I’m watching a Korean Drama.
I’m finding new ways to cope, and I have it down to these activities:
- Journalling, which is something I do when I’m depressed or bored.
- Watching Netflix (Apparently, it helps me keep my mind off of things)
- Crocheting, which helps me work out my anxiety.
I also saw someone cook when they’re stressed, anxious, sad, or just happy. I want to learn how to cook amazing recipes, so I may try some cooking in the future and see if that calms me down.
I think that I’m getting better. I’ve just stumbled a little in the past days. But you know what? I want someone out there to read this blog and I want them to say that I showed them what recovery looks like.
As for the future of this blog, I will still talk about mental health. I’ll talk about my experience and past a lot more to further myself in therapy. I might talk about other disorders if people would like that. I don’t mind. I’ve known someone with bulimia; I’ve known others with DID. I’ve known people that have more than one disorder. I’m willing to talk about my experience with them, with their names changed of course. (It’s going to be for educational purposes only, not a gossip thing going on.) Or maybe I’ll make this a personal blog as well and delete my other blog. I’m not sure. Time will tell.
That’s all I feel like writing today. I’m just giving you guys a heads-up.
P.S. I am going to see my boyfriend today and throughout the whole weekend. I’ve decided to tell him that I’m schizoaffective in May. The reason why is because I brought it up to him in the past, and he said that no matter how mentally disorganized I am, he will still accept me and he cares. I think he’s alright with it, but still, I’m gonna bring it up at a later date.