National Health Blog Post Month: Day 2

I decided to participate in the National (insert Mental) Health Blog Post Month (http://info.wegohealth.com/Portals/28996/docs/NHBPM%20Prompt%20List%202012.pdf)

I missed the first day 😦

Okay, on to the second day…

Write about the weirdest thing about your (mental) health

The weirdest thing about my mental health disorder (C-PTSD) is since my trauma started, I have a floating sensation.  It feels like I am floating like a buoy in the water–sometimes the water is rough and sometimes it’s tiny whitecaps.

Weird, right?  In all my travels, virtually and from alternative practitioners to allopaths, I have not heard of anyone else who experiences this sensation as consistently (i.e. all the time) as I do.

In fact, when I researched it on the Internet a few years ago, I came up with zilch.  Notta.  Google failed me.

So I wrote a post and drew a cartoon about it with the hope that others like me would find it and feel less alone: Relief from floating anxiety.

How about you?  What’s the weirdest thing about your mental health?

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2 thoughts on “National Health Blog Post Month: Day 2

  1. The wierdest thing about my mental health is that I’m still alive (not laughing). Hmmmm maybe that I’m not put off, surprised or really upset by any physical injury that happens to myself. It’s almost like by having it happen, it saved me from having to DO it to myself. kinda sad actually.

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