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Jordan Brown Oct 21
The way we talk about mental health is limiting. It's not a "you have it or you don't" kind of thing. All falls on a continuum. You have to consider the individual within his or her environment. Context matters.
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EMS of Virginia Oct 21
Your comes first! You are the most important person on your list!
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Jennifer Down Oct 21
People think depression is sadness, crying and dressing in black.. ⚫️ But people are wrong.. Depression is a constant feeling of being numb. Being numb to emotions. Being numb to life. You wake up in the morning just to go back to bed again..
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Stacey Huget Oct 19
One of those hard and beautiful truths.
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Steve Robson Oct 21
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Jordan Brown 12h
This is something to consider. You become like the people you spend the most time with. So choose your company wisely. Your identity and depend on it!
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SAD Disorder Oct 21
When will having a mental illness be acceptable in society, I’m sick and tired of people negatively stigmatizing mental illness, or thinking that people with mental illness are only seeking attention and sympathy from others, if you don’t know their story shut up
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World Economic Forum 17h
Letting it all out. Learn more about global mental health:
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Rosys Mind 21h
Is it just me who likes Mondays? There’s no services open at weekends and I’m all alone on a Sunday 🤷🏻‍♀️
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MentalHealthMillion Oct 19
... Please rt this tweet with your own comment including the above # on how poor has affected you. Be it through lack of services, understanding, stigma, discrimination etc, let's build a big picture using one # on how it affects our lives.
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Secret Drug Addict Oct 19
Suicide is the single biggest killer of men under the age of 45 in the UK. Three of every four suicides are male.
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Mike Armiger Oct 20
One of the most moving aspects of my work is that people feel able to trust me to support them when they've temporarily lost trust in life itself. IIt's an immense privilege to do this work. Hoping everyone is safe and well tonight.
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🎃DPH🎃 🌹 15h
1 day there will come a time when I don't analyse every single thing I say and do. Then again if I do that will I still be me? I like the kindness &empathy that I have I just wish I could stop worrying all the time. Half the time the problems don't even exist
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Cheryl Douglas Oct 19
Attending the 2nd day of training course
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Samantha Schlanger Oct 21
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Kristina Oct 20
This is what UNTREATED MENTAL ILLNESS combined with DOMESTIC VIOLENCE looks like! And I'm divorced! Restraining orders do NOTHING. If you want to be found, you'll be found. I was in a dark movie theater and I was found!
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Min. Petitpas Taylor 9h
Pleased to launch the solicitation process for innovative projects to support in Canada:
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Jordan Brown 11h
I love this little Twitter community. It's a microcosm of the real world, but the community here has been a source of mental nourishment for me. I try to cultivate joyful communities in my life, and Twitter is definitely one of them.
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PDMCN Leeds 19h
Dr David Harvey - professionals need to acknowledge that at times we will feel incompetent, scared, helpless...this is emotional work and it should be. Our values become misshapen when we avoid working with these feelings in practice
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World Health Organization (WHO) 16h
Replying to @WHO
: -⬆️ your health -Helps the 🌍 as more🚶‍♂️& 🚴‍♀️ can reduce the use of 🚘 & fossil fuels -Contributes to economic 📈through employment opportunities -Creates cohesive communities where 👫👬 meet & interact more often ⬆️ & ⬇️ loneliness
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