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Drunken Stupor 3h
you *do* belong and you're *always* wanted
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Endure to the End Nov 8
It is no mystery that people who love bonafide people are impressed, loved, & proud of them. They put them on a pedestal for the world per se. They believe in these ppl, to have the power to influence others to become happier & better people. They in friendship & love.
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Drake Nov 11
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Mrs Micki Hogan Nov 9
Thank you for venting ,,remember my friend, you are awesome. Rock what makes you,,well,,,you!! PS you are and can always
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Olivia Bradstock Nov 8
Replying to @aplusk
Yes thanks Ashton mental health needs to be prioritised. Just like any violence to self and others there is often a critical period when others can reach out to the person or they cried for help.
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🛑I. Can't. Breathe.🖤💛❤✊🏽 Oct 9
SuicideLine Victoria is a FREE 24/7 ☎️, video call, & online chat with a professional counselling service, for ppl at risk/ppl concerned abt family or friend/ppl bereaved by suicide 🖐🏼 Get help now by selecting a service below 🖐🏼 1300651251
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❤❤❤ Florence, Beatrice & Mummy Oct 10
I am 1 in 4 and live with anxiety disorder..... Please let's try to end the stigma towards mental health and show more love, compassion and understanding to those who suffer from mental health problems.
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AylmerAWE Nov 11
We meet this Monday!
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Jas Sep 25
Hey guys!! I will have a couple days of availability in Charlotte next week! XO
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Danielle Oct 18
It's ok to have a bad day It's ok to struggle It's ok to feel mixed emotions It's ok to say "I'm not ok" It's not ok for you to feel alone with nowhere to turn and nobody to talk to. Please reach out if you would like some support. We are here ❤
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Crittenton Services Nov 5
Around 2.5 million youth experience homelessness per year. In 2017, 15,458 unaccompanied children and youth were homeless. Homeless youth are exposed to endless danger, increased their chance of substance abuse, and are more vulnerable to trafficking.
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Fremantle DCC Oct 7
Today we farewelled one of the greatest blokes to ever walk among us. It was fantastic to see so many paying their respects to "Jarvo" as we said goodbye to an absolute champion. Those struggling with the news, remember, the club is always here to help you
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RI International Oct 1
October is National Depression and Mental Health Screening Month with the theme . Reach out for help and support. Reach out to help others. Screen for Mental Health helps to find screening sites with today for
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Megan Devine Sep 18
Does bringing up death preparedness push someone over the edge? Open, direct discussion is a sign of deep emotional intelligence, uncomfortable as it may be. Be brave. Be proactive. Go forth and discuss.
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Carry The Load Oct 11
On National Depression Screening Day let this be a reminder for us to open our hearts and allow conversations about . Together we can erase the stigma! To learn more about our Continuum of Care program visit:
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Kim forster Nov 11
Isn't it funny how everyone says you can to them. So you do, and they ignore you. guys. I clearly have no one anymore
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Charlea Moore Nov 7
Replying to @CNN
This is your chance to encourage peace. Calm the rhetoric
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SBC Oct 8
If you’re interested in meeting new people, the Slough Befriending Service offers support in person or by phone to those living in Slough. For details, see: . A multilingual phone service is also available. For info, email: bftenquiry@gmail.com.
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Stephen Power Nov 8
Just heard someone use the phrase "reach out". Reminded me of this.
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E. Beck 4h
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