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Jennifer Taub Sep 14
Dear Lord. Try to read this Brett Kavanaugh article. Got a few paragraphs in and could not continue. So troubling. I still believe Deborah Ramirez. I still believe Christine Blasey Ford. I still believe Anita Hill. .
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29 Sep 16
Sold out 2 Ally Pally dates plus other cities in 3-4 hours brazzzzy πŸ’–πŸ˜ˆπŸ¦… sold over 30,000 tickets in 3-4 hours no label just da streets fucking wit da wave πŸ™πŸ½πŸ‡¬πŸ‡§πŸ”₯ u guys are lit
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29 Sep 19
Due too such a crazy demand we have added more dates and more cities to the PTSD tour, also upgraded Glasgow 😈 tickets go on sale TOMORROW 9AM ... be quick and don’t miss out again 😈 πŸ¦…
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Evey Hammond Sep 15
πŸ¦‹ My anxiety was silent. You wouldn't even notice a change on the outside but I was so stressed I couldn't even manage simple tasks. People called me lazy when, in reality, I was just overwhelmed.
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Evey Hammond Sep 19
πŸ¦‹ I have a mental illness. I also have: A Heart A Brain A Mind A Body A Soul A Family A Career A Home A Circle of friends A Car I have a life I am much more than an illness.
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Dr Sarah Woodhouse Sep 15
Why are we writing about trauma over here, while you're writing about over there? Addiction is . We should be having the same conversation.
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Drunk Khalil Mack | EDDYYYYYYYYY 1-1 Sep 15
Am I the only one who shits their pants now everytime we go for a field goal?!?
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Evey Hammond Sep 18
πŸ¦‹ Yes, I have a mental illness. That does *NOT* mean I am : Crazy Scary Unlovable Dangerous Violent Odd Weak Stupid Weird Unreasonable A loser Attention seeking
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Cat Wright #LetsTalkMentalHealth πŸ‡΅πŸ‡ΉπŸ‡¬πŸ‡§ Sep 15
It's 03.37 am. I had a nightmare, the same one I've been having for the past 30 years. The vivid flashbacks are the worst. Now I can't sleep. and are keeping me awake πŸ˜” The demons do come out at night uh? Mine seem to.
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Evey Hammond Sep 19
πŸ¦‹ Post Traumatic Stress Disorder - Not all PTSD sufferers are ex-military combat veterans.
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Dr. Deb Lindh, EdD 6h
Something’s arriving on Monday!! The first 3 people who guess correctly will get one. Free! And with a handwritten note of encouragement! (Need to have DM open so I can get an address) Needs to be a full out correct guess. No partial guesses.
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CrossFit Earper πŸ‹πŸ»β€β™€οΈ What con next? πŸ€·πŸ»β€β™€οΈ Sep 19
1yr ago I was diagnosed with ptsd. I don’t talk about it much cos it’s still something I’m learning about to be quite honest and not being given much support. All I know is that it really sucks, its daily battle & some days I win! Here’s what I’ve learned so far...
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LJL Sep 19
Doing my part. Outside today because it’s so nice! Someday I’ll let you see the strain on my face!!
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β™‘ 𝕛'π••π•šπ•Ÿπ•’ β™‘ 13h
I unfortunately suffer from due to an assault that the perp got away with & I was found to be guilty due to self defense. This has led me to have no trust in the legal system & the following (1) (my symptoms on next tweet) :
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πŸ–€DπŸ–€ Sep 16
It’s ok to not be ok. ❀️
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Jane Willer M. Ed x 2 2h
I needed a hug....thank you for those who sent out virtual hugs. I am having a episode I think related to what happened earlier so I am trying to calm myself...with my strategies.
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Dana Arcuri Sep 19
What my abusers & rapists didn't bank on is this: I grew up. I broke the silence. I had the courage to tell the truth. I publicly share my story. I'm writing my book about the entire ordeal. To my abusers & rapists: You messed with the wrong girl!
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Evey Hammond 3h
πŸ’€ Abusing someone and then expecting them to grow into something you consider attractive is like poisoning the roots of a prize winning climbing rose, after pruning it back too hard, and then hoping for masses of flowers.
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Dana Arcuri 15h
The worst betrayal is your own family. For them to silence you. Insult you. Lie to others about you. For them to know you’ve been through the fire of affliction with child abuse, sexual assaults, & trauma, yet they deny it. They defend the abusers; not the victim.
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Dr Sarah Woodhouse 19h
A trauma is a moving, evolving, loop of reactions. To recover we learn to recognise our traumatic reaction. We intervene before this reaction triggers more reactions. We break the loop.
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