Welcome to this issue of Quick Fix! We hope you enjoy!
The LLLRanting Family ♥
What is the Saviour Complex? A Saviour Complex is when someone suggests that being with their partner saved them, fixed their problems, and got rid of (or cured) their depression.
And, as most of you will know, that is complete bullshit.
Why is it bullshit? Well, let’s have a look, shall we?
- People cannot cure depression – the mental disorder that is depression is incurable. People cannot cure…
Warning: This article talks about Medication Stigma. If this may upset you, please skip this article or proceed with caution.
Society likes to make people think that mental illness isn’t a problem and that it can’t be treated. Well, that’s bullshit.
As our knowledge of mental illness advances, more and more treatments are becoming available – however, people continue to shame those who decide to…
Healthy living is incredibly important. Not just for your physical health, but also for your mental health!
Studies have shown that what we eat can really affect our brains which is why people suffering from Coeliac disease will become aggravated easily due to their gluten intake.
So, my first tip to healthy living – have a balanced diet! I’m not saying stop eating Carbs, or Pizza. I’m saying eat…
Around five years ago, I came out as Queer – this was a big step for me, and it changed my fiction!
I began writing My Mate when I was fifteen. My Mate was about a Lesbian couple, one being a Vampyre and another being a Demigod.
And now, as a nineteen-year-old, I’m seemingly writing more and more none heterosexual romances; which I quite like, I find Homosexual, Bisexual, Pansexual, etc, a lot…
Being asexual comes with certain pitfalls. In today’s hypersexual society, it’s regarded as almost an affront if you don’t feel sexual attraction to somebody or want to have sex with them, and this applies to both sides: heterosexual and LGBT+. Many people seem to take personal offence if their partner states that they are not sexually attracted to them or don’t want to sleep with them (though it…