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Sammy Nickalls 🧚‍♀️ 8h
accepting that you’re feeling anxious and letting yourself feel it until it passes instead of trying to wrestle your thoughts into submission is so healing. there’s liberation in learning to live with your brain instead of working against it
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Caroline Moira [she/her] 💗💜💙 23h
OOOOFF how do I combat the feeling that my brain is broken and can’t process things above a certain level? I’m in such a fog most of the time.
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Soyla Jul 19
Replying to @TheRealSoyla
2/2 I just made it through a week long conference with people I don’t know in a city I’ve never been to. Depression is real. Life is never easy. Still I fight...
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becca fritz Jul 18
i just gave work my two weeks and i'm the wildest combo of sad. and excited and scared. i don't have a real plan but i know for a fact that leaving this job despite loving so much about it is the best thing for my mental health rn.
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Sam Coffaro 28m
Replying to @sammynickalls
thank you for sharing your story and this hashtag. it's especially helpful on the hard days, when my brain is a real negative nancy.
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Tricia Clark Jul 20
Over the past 6 months to a year I’ve developed an occasional but worsening stammer. No I’m not looking for fucking sympathy it’s just what happens to the organ that’s the brain
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Karen Trudeau 8h
A lil nugget today. I’ve been working on how I see myself in therapy and something as simple as the stupid Macy’s plates can send me into a sadness spiral. But I’m trying to choose to laugh at them or not read the articles.
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Danita Steinberg Jul 17
I’ve cried four times today and I know that sounds bad but it actually isn’t because I’ve been feeling a lot of nothing and numbness lately so this seems like a kind of return to self and I’m grateful? Anyway good night!
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Sammy Nickalls 🧚‍♀️ 6h
Replying to @sammynickalls
(I don’t currently have a therapist anymore and this was years ago but I still have the same surprised pikachu reaction when I think about it)
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Kara Mailman Jul 17
I was just trying to make coffee when out of nowhere my two braincells collided and informed me that my eating disorder and the anxiety that comes with it were partially caused by the sexualization of my body by grown men while I was a teenager.
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dr. talia jane Jul 16
i’ve now been on zoloft for two full weeks. haha boy i’ll tell ya, learning how to handle anxiety & depression unmedicated my whole life has PRIMED me for identifying, coping with, and understanding the various changes happening in my brain. weeeee!!!!
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Sammy Nickalls 🧚‍♀️ 8h
Replying to @sammynickalls
something that’s been helping me accept that I’m anxious without doing anything about it is thinking in a loving but firm tone, “this is how it is right now. I don’t need to change anything in this moment.”
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Sammy Nickalls 🧚‍♀️ 8h
Replying to @sammynickalls
of course, it’s important to recognize where your thoughts are coming from, but for me, half the pain comes from trying to force myself to feel better. that’s not how it works! you wouldn’t try to force a friend to feel better. do yourself a kindness.
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Rachel Charlene Jul 16
Replying to @RachelCharleneL
Nothing has ever been more helpful to me than having a lady on a couch that doesn’t know me irl hold me accountable for my shit and tell me when to be nicer to myself and when to be more critical.
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Sammy Nickalls 🧚‍♀️ 8h
Replying to @sammynickalls
I always used to try to convince myself my anxious/OCD thoughts weren’t rational by picking them apart, which would just make me spiral. lately, I’ve been trying to gently recognize that I’m feeling this way, then let it wash over me instead of fighting it
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Rach Jul 20
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Premiere Networks Jul 21
ICYMI: Musician removed layer of eyeball and implanted homemade lens to “cure” seasonal depression
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Anna Hughes MacIver Jul 19
Just woke up with so much anxiety and I guess the anxiety won’t be stopping 🙃
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