What it’s like to have anxiety

First off, I should make clear that everyone with this condition (and most other mental health problems) experiences it differently. There you go, I made it clear. I feel it in the depths of my stomach, just below my lower ribs. The burning sensation when copious amounts of adrenaline is pumped into my system isn't... Continue Reading →

Time to make a change. Or 20.

First year of medical school is over. To be honest, I really didn't enjoy it that much, and I'm accepting blame for that, I know it's my fault and I'll explain why. I think the biggest problem was the social isolation. I really didn't socialise much....or at all in the last few months of year... Continue Reading →

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