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Hazel Feb 5
Everyone not caring about anyone 364 days out of the year: day:
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stevie wonders Jan 30
Try to fight and break the stigma to get the response you need from those who love you and if you can’t, this text is also to you
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kaitlyn campbell Jan 30
Cleo Wade always getting it right.
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Emma Berrett Jan 30
together we can end the stigma around mental health. 💙🗣
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Kaitlyn Jan 30
Took me years to accept this 💗
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Via Dulay Jan 31
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Jessica Garabon Jan 30
Day is officially over, but it doesn’t mean that this conversation has to be. Reach out to a friend, tell your story, start a conversation. Make every single day a day to end the stigma surrounding mental illness. Lives depend on it.
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Elisabeth Olson Jan 30
It’s okay to not be okay. You are not alone.
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tara Jan 31
Posting this may top it for being the hardest thing I’ve ever done, a year ago I would’ve been embarrassed to tell my story, but I’m not anymore, we’re all human and we all struggle. But I’m doing good things with good people now. You can too - 💙
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Molly Healy Jan 30
about the “not so glamorous” parts of of mental health— cops at your house regularly, family wars, weight gain/loss, self harm, hospital bills, and too much more
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Ethan Jodouin Jan 30
because behind every man stands a great support system. Thank you to these people for having my back!
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Dexter Hanas Jan 30
Depression sucks, end the stigma on mental health
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Ry Jan 30
just because the day is done, doesn’t mean the conversation is.
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chloé Jan 30
I can only pray that everyone tweeting will continue to offer a listening ear or a helping hand tomorrow, in a week from now or in 5 months from now. Make mental health important EVERY day, not just today. I will be here. I know what it’s like to feel alone. 💙
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Trev Allen Jan 30
I have PTSD, ADHD, a level of Dissociative Disorder. I have anxiety and depression. I have panic attacks that result in rage fits. It’s not something that you can just tough out. None of it is an excuse to stay home or be lazy.
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Alison Hartwell Feb 1
Preparing for our Mental Health discussion, extending our lessons. A little meditative colouring of mandalas to calm our minds and hearts before we begin.
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Scarlet Bjornson Jan 30
I tell you that because we are all dealing with something. Each and every one of us. Even people we don’t expect. You are not alone. You are worthy and you are so loved.
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Melissa Murdock Jan 30
I’m a nurse, I have a full time job and insurance through work. I only have coverage for $400/year for mental health services. Sessions are $130 each. Talking about mental health is great but if you really want to help we need to make services accessible
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meagan Jan 31
it may not be day anymore but let’s talk about how insane it is to see those who bully others act like absolute angels on this day tweeting “I’m all for helping others”
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Lauren Coy Jan 30
about how I’ve got your back like another has mine (hard to fight a battle without an army)
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