Wednesday, 6 January 2016


Today is one of those days where I just don't want to face the world, I want to switch everything off and just be left alone but on the other hand, I want someone here to comfort me and tell me that everything is going to be okay! :( 

I feel like everything that was going right is now going wrong, like I can't seem to ever do the right thing to keep everyone happy,  I always end up messing it all up one way or another and it's a naff feeling! I feel like I've pissed everyone off that remotely means anything to me and that is something that really gets to me! I know tomorrow I'll wake up and everything will be fine and my worries from today will be in the past and forgotten but for today I've got to get through this stress, worry and anxiety that's leering over me. 

Feeling like this is okay and completely normal! Everyone has days where they just want to lie in bed all day and feel sorry for themselves and a lot of people don't they make themselves snap out of it, pull their boots up and get on with what they want to do. This is something that I find really difficult to do, when something's on my mind and is making me feel crap I give in to it, I don't cope well with my anxiety on days like today I let it take me over and I'm not myself at all which is why I keep myself to myself and try and avoid people where possible! 

I guess what I'm saying is don't feel bad if you're having a down day, if you don't feel like talking to friends or family or you just want to spend the day by yourself in bed watching endless episodes of Gossip Girl, crying at every slightly sad scene (there's a small insight into my day) they'll understand that you need your space to get your head straight and yourself back on track. Believe me, you'll be in a much better mindset after giving yourself some alone time!

That's all for today! I hope this helps someone out there having a crappy day like I am! Tomorrows a new day and things will seem a hell of a lot better then!

Jess x 

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