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Primary Care Mental Health Team NHS(Healthy Minds) Apr 17
Alleviate your -Cuddle someone -Relax your body -Stay connected with others -Question your thoughts -Do something you enjoy -Focus on breathing -Practice mindfulness -Use positive self talk -Accept that your feeling anxious -Remember that your mind plays tricks on you
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Jordan Brown Apr 18
If you have , it doesn't mean you are broken. It means you are a person who has anxiety. Let others concern themselves with that incorrect meaning and . You just be you, the lovable person that you are.
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AgentSilki Apr 18
I am looking to follow other mental health bloggers, ideally people who write candidly. Drop your link below and RT please!
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Richard Dean Apr 19
I make a lot of decisions out of fear What can go wrong? Will I get hurt? Will it hurt others? But when I do this: *I* don’t make the decision. Anxiety does. Don’t let anxiety force you to live half a life. Live a FULL one And live it for YOU.
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Bethany Apr 19
Hey and go bug someone else, thank you!!
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Neurodivergent Rebel 🧠 Apr 20
Yes, I know anxiety is “In my head” that doesn’t mean it’s not real or that I can just turn it off.
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Richard Dean Apr 19
I yell at the kids for no reason Question major life decisions And close myself off to my partner and best friend. It had to stop. So today I asked my doctor about medication for . She agreed. It’s only a small first step But one I’m relieved to *finally* take.🙏🏻
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Masterpiece N Progress Apr 23
A Simple Mental Health Pain Scale Let's check in with each other. Where are you on the scale? I'm between 3 & 4. Last few days have been difficult, but skills have helped.
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Lady of Lyme Apr 23
I hear anxiety described in so many different ways. But to me, the word that comes to mind is paralyzing. The simple thought of attempting the smallest task feels overwhelming, which triggers fear which then amps up the anxiety. This cycle continues, and it’s paralyzing
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Eddie Hamilton Apr 20
I feel a lot better after a year of being sober. not better though. still need reminders that stopping drinking is only the start. Dealing with why I drank seems harder. I love learning these things because then I can work on them.
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Jo ❤🐾🐾❤ Apr 21
Awake at 3am with an attack 😳 Feeling very unsettled at the moment and a little bit lost. SO much change in the last 18 months with the diagnosis and treatment and then losing 2 dogs in quick succession. My mind is feeling confused by it all 🤷‍♀️
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catherine Apr 23
Friday 3rd of may im going to be running a females only anxiety group would anyone be interested in coming along if u are a sufferer if anxiety or worries pop me a message an I will send u the info x
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♡ Wᴇ Aʀᴇ Tʜᴇ Cʜᴀɴɢᴇ ♡ Apr 20
You are loved. You are enough. You are grounded 💛 and you have everything you need to overcome this challenge 💛
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Morgan 1h
My and fighting...Winner gets to control me for the next 24 hours..😭😂🤦🏼‍♀️
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Mega Makoo Apr 19
Just learnt that if you search for tags such as on Instagram, before they load the posts, they ask if they can help you find help and support. There’s a Nigerian suicide prevention hotline as well if you require help. I think it’s genius.
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Phil 💁🏻‍♂️ Apr 17
It's been one of those day's! 😴
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Mother Distracted, Family Lifestyle Blog In Wales 1m
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Kim Jémus✨ Apr 23
Feeling anxious? Try humming a tune. 🎶
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Primary Care Mental Health Team NHS(Healthy Minds) Apr 24
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Jordan Brown 14h
Your anxiety can be a great thing. It can tell you what you most care about. It can put you in touch with your for others. When harnessed, can be a driving force that changes your life. You can do this.
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