Brontë, Lifestyle, Literature, Uncategorized

“I try to avoid looking forward or backward, and try to keep looking upward.”

For those who need to hear this today; you got this. You will get through whatever terrible thing is currently occupying your mind. It will pass. Time is a healer. Be patient. Be kind to yourself.

Reader, stay safe.

It’s OK not to be OK. In the UK there are organisations such as The Samaritans, a charity whose services can be accessed 24/7. If you need to talk, they can help. There are numerous ways to contact them such as through their website but their phone number is 116 123. It’s free. They can help. 

Struggling with your mental health? Try these apps/books/podcasts:

In Loving Memory of Bob the Bichon (2007-2019)

A lover of life, the Brontës, and Haworth who knows that I’m just going to write because I can’t help it.

BOB couch

By Nicola F. a.k.a. The Brontë Babe. 

Thanks for reading. I’d love it if you stopped by The Journal of Juvenilia Studies where you can read my essay, “Autobiography, Wish-Fulfilment, and Juvenilia. The ‘Fractured Self’ in Charlotte Brontë’s Paracosmic Counterworld”.

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kofi

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