Who Am I? Who Will I Become? || Doves and Bullets


We can get so caught up in being 'the depressed person', defining ourselves by our illness, that we can't envision being anyone else and at some stage may ask "who will I be?"

You can read Sharon's post here.

It's Okay Not To be Okay But It's Absolutly Okay To Ask For Help || Living The Irish Way


Hi, It's Sinéad from Living The Irish Way. I wanted to share with you guys my on going  journey with Mental Health. It's a thing that a lot of people suffer with, in silence, so I would like to thank Huddle and Cuddle for enabling bloggers to speak out and let everyone know their not alone! This is just the beginning of my mental health blogs and I am so happy and honoured to be able to share my mental health journey with you. Remember, It's okay not to be okay but its absolutely okay to ask for help x  

You can read Sinéad's post here

Mental Health: The Graduate Crisis || Quite Franklii


I'm Frankii from quitefranklii.com (hilarious I know) and I wanted to share with you my experiences of life with anxiety and depression in post-university life. It's important to talk about mental health candidly and matter-of-factly as you would with any other ailment- this will help us to erase the stigma. That's why Huddle and Cuddle is a great idea. Hopefully my experience will resonate with someone and maybe even help them. It's okay not to be okay, and graduate life is tough, and can leave you feeling hopeless and unmotivated. Here is part of my personal journey and some tips I've learned along the way. Enjoy, and remember you are NEVER alone x

My Experiences With Anxiety || Queen Sapphire


I've dealt with anxiety and depression since the age of 13 and wanted to share my experience with you. You aren't alone and there are lots of people out there that you can talk to, without judgement, me included. And that is exactly what Huddle and Cuddle is all about.

Virtual Cuddle


Hi all, I'm Sophie and I run One Unique. I'm so glad you've stumbled across this page as I'm wanting to reach as many people as possible about mental health. Being a sixteen year old girl isn't easy at all but running my blog has shaped me into who I am today.