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angeli alcantara 7m
You're not too depresssed for God not to give you peace.
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Lins Jun 15
A strong message: Mental illness is not contagious, it's nothing to be ashamed of, labels don't define you, it strikes at anytime, some days better than others,I've suffered today but I try my best,prove to no one but yourself that it will be okay!
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Malini 8h
Because last month was and this month is , let’s talk about classic PTSD, and another related mental illness, which is c-PTSD, or complex PTSD. A thread.
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Ann Vu Jun 12
This summer I am grateful to have started taking care of my mental health and although it took a while for me to take the steps needed, I know that this is a very important time for me to love myself and the flaws that make me who I am
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detective donut 🍩 May 31
On this last day of , it's worth remembering that the handling of mental health in was so bad that the show was featured in a twitter moment for it - and yet a month and a half later, there still hasn't been any acknowledgement of that.
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Azarel 🌼 May 31
It’s the last day of so I decided to do a butterfly inspired look to remember to grow through everything you go through, please stay strong and you are NOT alone!! 🧡💛
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michh 🥢 May 31
mental health glo up for :)) you really do glow differently when you’re genuinely happy. 6 month difference 🥰
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Sarah Hudson 💙 Jun 1
Things not to say to someone with mental illness: - other people have it worse - you're being selfish - stop being lazy - you're just doing this for attention - just think positive.
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kamz 🤘🏿 May 31
Don’t know a better way to end 💙💙💙
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Erika May 31
And on the last day of here are some patterns of Codependency. There is always a way out 💛
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Nate Faflick |He/Him| May 31
As comes to a close, I want to remind everyone of these realities. 1. You are never alone 2. Healing isn’t linear 3. You are enough 4. Everyone is going through something 5. Your feelings are also your super powers
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✨salty canonverse pistachio✨ May 31
evidently May is so uhhh some advice I guess? Finding a good therapist...is kind of like dating. Don't settle. No really don't. This is your mental health and if you don't have a good functioning relationship with your therapist? It's bad.
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Let’s Stop Here May 31
As comes to an end, it is so important to remember that everyone has mental health, and that we need to talk about it 365 days a year. 💚
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Eleri May 31
Alison King is phenomenal, she deserves an award for her incredible acting. Although my heart is aching as everything I've watched I've witnessed firsthand. I'm so pleased is raising awareness 💖💖
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ᴷᴴ May 31
Not everyone who kills themselves wants to die. And until you understand in its entirety, that sentence, the stigma will remain. This misunderstanding will stay, misunderstood. I understand. And, I love you. 🦋
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Ryan Larson EIC Ghastly Grinning May 31
As winds down, remember this isn’t just for this month. Let’s talk about our problems. It’s okay to have anxiety, to panic, to get triggered, to be sad or manic or depressed. But talk about it. You’re not alone.
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Kimberlie Pearlman Jun 6
Some are struggling with details and in a depth you are not aware of. Some are struggling who ask for help. Some are struggling who are seemingly ok. Some are struggling who say they are fine. Be kind.
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Made of Millions Jun 1
is over, which means it's time to wrap up (for now...) Thank you to everyone who supported this campaign, downloaded our work guide, shared our resources, came to our events & told us their stories. We learned so much from all of you. ❤️
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Becca Says Read Failure to Communicate May 31
“A semicolon is used when an author could've chosen to end their sentence but chose not to.”
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Christina Robbins 16m
“I took that first step, got help. That was life-changing for me. That’s something we have to keep pushing for, end the stigma. I’m not ashamed to say that I’m mentally ill, but that doesn’t mean I'm mentally weak.” - Robin Lehner
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