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MHCSA May 19
It's Schizophrenia Awareness Week. Take a moment to get educated.
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Mercy Medical Practice May 20
Brain Food The brain is an organ and can malfunction just like any other. Like any other malfunctioning organ, it can be treated with professional help.
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🖤Thicc-Fil-A🖤 11m
I should've known that I couldn't have a couple of really fantastic days without immediately spiraling into a deep depression immediately afterwards. Pardon me while I hide under my blanket and ugly cry.
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Melissa 🍕🖤 May 20
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Unorthodox in All Thy Ways; Auth Khàli LaBré 2h
I am so excited to see my new psychiatrist in a few days. I have truly been dealing with a TON of emotional torment for the past 3 months and i feel like I'm holding on by my bad pinky. I need this visit to go right.
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Tony May 21
I haven’t felt this mentally and physically drained in a long long long time.
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Mia St. John 23h
And this is WHY we desperately need EDUCATION! & have long been discriminated against. It’s time to stop the shaming and downright ignorance! This is one of the reasons people who are suffering are so afraid to reach out for help!
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The Mia St. John Podcast May 20
I am proud to announce, will be speaking in LA Thursday, May 23 at 6:30pm on serious 🎗Please join me! The event is free💚 RSVP: Moderated by 1262 Palmetto Street Main Hall Stage Los Angeles, CA 90013
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Allen Frances May 24
I summarize my career & explain why it's now ending on such a sour note. I failed, & psychiatry failed, to improve terrible neglect of people suffering severe . I suggest simple solutions, but doubt things will ever get better.
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Mia St. John 19m
Those with serious are discriminated against. If an elderly person w/ is disoriented walking the streets, people will help, but if you have , people either ignore or run from you. Discussion w/ &
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Tony May 17
No one chose to have a but we’ve all chosen twitter to seek out support and lend support. If you have the strength to speak up I encourage you to do so. EVERY story needs to be told. Your words may seem meaningless to you but may change the life of another.
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Himvisible 5h
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Kathy van Halem May 19
This entire country is in the dark when it comes to Until it hits your family directly you are clueless
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LA City Attorney May 20
LA DOOR hits the streets at the intersection of homelessness, substance abuse, mental illness and the failings of the criminal justice system. LEARN MORE:
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Tony May 17
Everyone with a has a responsibility. We must stand for those who lack the strength, we must been seen for those who live in fear and we must speak up who don’t have the voice to do so. Every little contribution you make is as important as any other.
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Aubrey May 14
Where do you draw the line between poor behavior as a result of your and poor behavior because you’re being a jerk? Do you think they can be separated?
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Mia ♡ May 25
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Sambandh Health May 22
"I went back to my vows and they didn't say 'In sickness and in health unless its inconvenient'". Is not a right for all? What's your view...
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Miss Mental Health 🐝 3h
Apart from nearing a mental breakdown and wanting a one way ticket to the Bermuda triangle. My day is going fucking great! 🙃
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Sambandh Health May 22
My name is Joyita and I am suffering from . if you can separate me from often I am a girl of high thinking as well as high ambition. My dreams are high with high potentiality, this is me and I love myself a lot."
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