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Kyle Jul 12
If I’m having a really bad day and anxiety is high enough, I think of every excuse possible to not go into work. Sad how I feel like I have to make excuses rather than say “I’m struggling mentally”. If I appear ok physically, I’m ok to work
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Erez Jul 15
"Someone has it worse than you" A comment meant to provide perspective yet it belittles a persons situations or feelings, lacks a deeper compassion, and pretty shaming. None of which helps someone. Let's retire this one.
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👽 amanda Jul 15
listen to music❤ write.. go outside and have sum fresh air..read a book..watch a movie..clean..paint.. color.. sing.. take small bike ride.. play games.. play with a pet.. bake food.. make art.. organize room.. take bath with candles.. dance, read..
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Jordan Brown Jul 15
I'm starting a new job tomorrow. I'm so glad I decided to pursue a career in this field years ago. It's where my heart is, so it doesn't feel like work. If you have a vision for your life, it's worth fighting for it. Good night, Twitter family.
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MentallyAwareNigeria Jul 15
Suicide is a symptom. Thread! It is the most serious symptom of a mental health condition A person may not even be aware they have a mental health condition This symptom can lead to death if not treated This symptom DOES NOT ask permission before it shows up
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theoriginalmuse Jul 14
I don't know how it feels to not have mental illness. I've had it since I was a child. I hear some say they don't understand depression because they've never had it. I don't understand health because I've never had it.
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Spreading The Love CLEVELAND!❤️ Jul 12
It's okay to be angry. It's okay to be sad. It's okay to be anxious. It's okay to be depressed. It's okay if you feel lost. It's okay if you feel broken. What isn't okay, is to give up. You can do this. Hang in there and keep fighting. We need you around. 💓💗
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Aubrey Good Jul 16
When talking about family members w/ , I see too many people not realizing that this is genetic. I recommend the entire family educate themselves on it in order to be prepared for the illness maybe popping up in nieces/nephews, grandchildren, etc.
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Check Inn Jul 12
Ignore those negative thoughts. Don’t let them control your life. You are MUCH more than your negative thinking! S T O P them in their tracks by acknowledging your feelings and thinking something positive against them. “I WILL get that job!”
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Vixxy Rose Jul 14
Currently sat here crying looking at my semi colon tattoo triyng not to let the darkness take me over but all I wanna do right now is self harm or do something destructive it is so hard to fight those urges
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Stephen ward 11h
At what stage does life get better? Sick of having depression and anxiety.
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Kyle Jul 15
Neediness is what uneducated people see when dealing with someone who has mental health issues. Basic understanding and knowledge enables the ability for validation and compassion. Neediness is then seen as a desire for connection and understanding.
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Mental Girl Jul 10
You got up, you took a breath, you sat down, you are reading this....so I say to you...YOU are valuable. YOU are worthy. YOU are not alone. Be proud of YOU. Be kind to yourself and others. Success.
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MidWest Center Jul 13
Mental health conditions do not discriminate based on race, color, gender or identity. Anyone can experience the challenges of mental illness regardless of their background. To support Minority Mental Health Month and mental illness in general
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Check Inn Jul 13
Another great grounding exercise to help you during a is the 5 senses grounding technique. Look around & identify: -5 things you can see -4 you can feel -3 you can hear -2 you can smell -1 you can taste You have control! 💪🏼
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april70 Jul 14
Drop the stick you beat yourself with.
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Borderlineinwaterloo Jul 12
While managing I sometimes get into tunnel vision & worry way too much about completing tasks instead of enjoying the tasks I'm completing. I remind myself to slow down, look around, & enjoy the ride. Life is precious.
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april70 Jul 14
Night can be difficult for many. If you are up, take a moment to check on that person you know may need a moment to hear they matter.
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Jody Jul 13
Anyone who made it through the night/day with suicidal thoughts, you are a warrior.
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The Bipolar Battle Jul 14
Do you feel a difference if you forget to take your meds? I sure do. It's like night and day. Everyone loves to point it out too. Just remember, we all mistakes. Simply get back to your med taking schedule. All my love, my friends.
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