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Doris May 13
How do you get someone to truly understand your and how it effects you on a day to day basis? It’s all this and more.. 😔
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Tom May 11
I suffer from Health Anxiety. I have been told to man up, pull myself together and give myself a shake. Can I just to say anyone who has ever said this to anyone with GO FUCK YOURSELF
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Ships Biscuit May 11
Woke up. Immediately began worrying about something i did over 6 months ago that nobody has ever mentioned since but which for some reason is plaguing me and feels Really Important. Ah, , you are such a joy to experience.
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Depressed May 18
Being able to breathe doesn't mean that you are alive.
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Frankl May 17
is more than just being nervous.
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Peter Morley May 11
I want to share with you that I suffer from I have for most of my life, exacerbated by my I cope with it, but fight it every day. How I've held 300 meetings in DC is baffling to me. Those of you who suffer, I want you to know YOU are not alone. 💜💪
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EmpowerEmpaths May 15
A relationship with a Narcissist or Sociopath etc described in one word?
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Sarah Wigington May 16
Love these simple yet effective diagrams about mental health.
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Chris's bpd life... 12h
is not something you just get over and today I'm pushing through like a lot of others are
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The Anxiety Man May 11
What is/was your scariest anxiety symptom? Mine: Fear of losing my mind.
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Tania Kenyon May 15
It’s so I’m not afraid to say (well, a bit afraid tbh) that I’ve suffered & during my PhD. Isolation, uncertainty & intensive fieldwork take their toll. Other PhDs: seek professional help early! Happy to dm advice
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Community Support 26s
There are times in our lives when we’re incredibly active. Then, there are other times when we don’t feel like doing anything at all. Could this be depression? Anxiety? Do not ignore these feelings and get the treatment you need.
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Mentalhealthrunner; May 12
I did something I haven’t done for 2.5 years since trying to end my life but today I ran the
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Patch Gaming May 15
There are a lot of methods people use to work through anxious feelings - Here are some ideas that might benefit you! If you can think of any more ideas, feel free to share!
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Shannon Stendall May 13
I think it’s important to keep checking in on people, especially this time of year when deadlines are looming.. People may appear ‘fine’, but take a closer look & ask!
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CrushAnxiety May 16
During my illness I dealt with a number of fears that consumed me: Cancer, stroke, insanity, loss of job, death... the list goes on and on. I can honestly say that ABSOLUTELY NONE of those things actually has happened to me. The brain is a bodyguard, not a prophet.
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Daysha 💕 20h
You cannot allow the fear of failure to cripple you from taking the first step. You might fail but failure is never final. Give yourself permission to fail. It's okay to start without having a concrete plan. It's okay to take chances. Don't let anxiety hold you back.
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Shann & Ananga May 18
Learn how to STOP Attacks and Reclaim Your Life
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CrushAnxiety 15h
The goal of dealing with intrusive thoughts is to make a currently excited brain bored. How do we do this? By completely allowing our thoughts w/the understanding they’re harmless. When we stop arguing the brain will calm, get bored and gradually move on.
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Eleanor Segall 5h
Living with can be super hard. You want to hide away but you also want to connect. You want to run from things, an hour later your breathing returns. You catastrophise, you sweat, your heart beats, your thoughts obsess. You are stronger than you know.
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