Suicide Prevention Month | Five characters who made me feel less alone 🖤

Dear reader,

I used to write about mental health more. I’m sorry I haven’t been talking about it more for the past few months, but life got busy and I did what I could. In any way, I am back with all my blog posts about it and I couldn’t pass next to Suicide Prevention Month.

For those who do not know, I have been suicidal. I have only been depression free for ten months and I know how lonely someone can feel. Last year I wrote about five books which made me feel less alone, so I thought I could do something similar this year.

Without further ado, here are five characters who made me feel less alone.

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Some books set at school to get you back in the spirit 🍂⛈

Dear reader,

September means, for a lot of people, being back to school. This is my first year not being a student as I graduated this summer, and I am now a full time literature teacher, which means I still get to have a Back to School day.

I have always loved this day. It’s something about autumn being around the corner, being filled with hopes and resolutions for the new scholar year, the possibility of doing better and to get back to a routine… It’s kinda like a “Happy new year!” but filled with learning and ambition.

Last year, I wrote a blog post about those books I think you should take with you on your first day in case you need a book-friend. This year I’m bringing you a list of books set in school that I adore, and which may get you back in the scholar spirit.

Ps: MY AUTUMN THEME IS BACK! I AM THE HAPPIEST!

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My summer wrap-up, favourites and others (July & August) 🌻📒

Dear reader,

I am BACK, and I am so excited! I planned on coming back the week before but as I was starting a new year as a literature teacher (and as I am headteacher this year) I was busy and decided to push back my come back to this week.

I had a great summer, even though I sometimes had to fight my anxiety. Nothing totally awful, but it came at a very unexpected time and even though I think I now understand what triggered it I just hope I’ll be able to deal with it better next time.

Without further ado, here is my wrap-up for the months of July and August!

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