When I started this blog a couple of months ago, I was terrified.
So many questions ran through my anxious mind:
“What if everyone hates it? What if I’m a terrible writer? What if I run out of tips? What if I am just yelling into the void?”
But, after seeing this beautiful community grow, hearing testimonials of how these tips have helped people, and having the people around me begin a more open dialogue on mental health, all my doubts have vanished.
Well, most of them. I still doubt whether I’ll ever not be afraid of spiders.
So, at my 100th post, I would just like to thank everyone who has supported me in this journey, and I can’t wait to continue it together.
For all those who are still struggling with anxiety; you are beautiful, amazing and brave creatures. There will come a time where we overcome our fears, our doubts and our worries.
There will come a time where we are fearless.
And for anyone out there who is wanting to begin a blog, a podcast, a journal, a conversation about mental health:
Speak up, even if your voice shakes. Together, we will create a symphony so loud that it breaks the sound barrier, and the stigma.
I love you all, and be kind to yourselves,