My positivity page
Ah, you found my page which I pretty much just made for myself. I know, it’s weird right? You were never meant to read it.
It’s my place where I can document the positive feedback I’ve received on my words, stories, and messages. That way I’ve always got somewhere to come back to on days I’m suffering with impostor syndrome, or generally just feel a bit shit about myself.
So you can click back to where you came from, unless you’re particularly keen to bathe in my pool of positivity…
Today we had @HannahFButcher talking to us all about mental health and the importance of not being afraid to speak up. Thanks so much @SeekerDigital, so proud to be part of this amazing team ❤️ pic.twitter.com/MRwagSgjwm— Daisss (@_daisysawyer) May 20, 2020
You are AWESOME! 💌— Claire Carlile🕊️ 🌊 🥑 🦥 (@clairecarlile) April 18, 2020
thanks for writing & sharing this blog post.— Danny Denhard (@dannydenhard) April 26, 2020
It is incredibly powerful that we share experiences like this (sorry you went through them) to help others especially they don’t know it has a name or isn’t just them or cannot shake the dark cloud they are stuck under
Had a chat with the lovely @HannahFButcher this evening about all things careers, mental health and digital PR!— Abi Bennetts (@AbiBennetts) May 19, 2020
Was so good chatting to Hannah about her experiences and have come away feeling SO inspired, scribbling loads of ideas down as soon as we’d ended the call! 😁✨ https://t.co/deaO5fyXQS
Loved reading some of your posts today, I’ll be keeping an eye out for all your beautiful writing!— Areej AbuAli (@areej_abuali) May 18, 2020
That was a really good post Hannah thanks for sharing x— kristalsmile (@kristalsmile) May 6, 2020
Thank you for writing. I appreciate your courage in doing so given what you went through. Also glad you came out of it a lot better.— The Millennial Shrug (@LukeDavisSEO) May 5, 2020
What an honest, brave piece to write and share! Thank you. 🧡— Maret (@itsmaret) May 5, 2020
This is brilliant. More please. SHOW ME ALL YOUR GREAT SHIT.— Kirsty Hulse (@Kirsty_Hulse) April 29, 2020
i read it. thanks for sharing your story. the more we talk about it, the easier it’ll be for people to identify— Jason Bradwell 👋 (@JasonRBradwell) April 25, 2020
You are the mum inspiration that I aspire to be one day. 🥂— Emily Coates (@emily_etc) April 17, 2020
So lovely to have @HannahFButcher this #MentalHealthAwarenessWeek to share her first-hand experiences of #mentalhealth 💚 Her advice was relevant, resonant, and especially important during these turbulent times. Thank you Hannah! pic.twitter.com/s0sno1Il7l— Seeker Digital (@SeekerDigital) May 20, 2020
Other lovely messages
I just read your latest blog and LOVED it. I’m 26 and I’m in a bit of an odd time where half of me is screaming GO DO FUN STUFF ALL OF THE TIME and the other half is like, it’s ok, read your book, go to bed at 9.30. Anyway, I found it really comforting… especially this section “Learning to just “be” isn’t easy. It isn’t something many of us are used to. But by practising the concept, we may find more satisfaction with the simple things.
I just wanted to drop you a message to say it’s so wonderful to have found you on here. I feel less alone and very inspired.
I can see you’ve started a path along mental health. Basically think what you are doing is great and will resonate a lot with people so thanks.
“A true friend will respect your boundaries. Good friendships go both ways, and it should never just be one person compromising on their needs.” THIS. Too many cling onto bad friends because they’re worried they won’t be able to make new ones as adult. You can and you will.
Plus just having that reassurance that I’m not alone is something Hannah always manages to do and am so thankful for her friendship.
Hey Hannah, just wanted to say thanks so much for the chat today – it was so great. It was a breath of fresh air to see someone talking so openly. Thanks so much, you’re great ❤️❤️
Your candour was really refreshing and it was inspiring to see all you’ve achieved.