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❤ItsMe Zuleika❤ 32m
When reality slaps you in the face....
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Zealously Jaded Dec 9
I've managed to compartmentalize my feelings that I'm starting to worry how they will suddenly come out. My grandmother has vascular dementia and has just been put into a nursing home and my family lives 4000 miles away. But I try not to think about it.
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RedJD77-78-81-84-05 Dec 3
thank you for what you are doing. People like me need people like you. I'm BP2 and have had mental health issues since age of 11, I'm nearly 38. I see it as my blessing and curse
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Zion Bethel UCC 9h
Understand that even people who love you will disappoint you. God promises to supply those without hurting your feelings.
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Zion Bethel UCC Dec 10
God's way is perfect. The Lord's promise always proves to be true. He protects those who trust in Him. (2 Samuel 22:31)
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♡ Fruitloop ♡ Dec 9
Following two stays in a local ward it's evident that I need positive skills and , however I haven't the funds to get started as I want with a variety I can choose from. Could you help me. I made a wish list for these Link: Thanks.
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OncoLink Team Dec 4
For cancer patients and families who are in current treatment, the holidays can be a bit tricky. These tips can help to make this time more enjoyable.
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AMHS-KFLA 5h
Join us in today for Umbrella Group: this week we will cover tools and strategies around Surviving the Holidays - a difficult time of year for many. Are you struggling? All are welcome to attend, no registration needed.
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Alice C Dec 7
I put all of my in storage while I'm setting up life in a new state. I even stored games I could have played alone! It feels like a piece of me is missing. by watching old episodes of on .
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Cynthia Lim 1h
I cannot bear to part with many of my husband’s belongings yet. I decided to make a memory quilt with some of his clothes, rather than give them all away. Read more:
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Stuart Schwartz Dec 2
study: on average reading 100,000 words a day
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Abacus Stone Sales Dec 10
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Carver Law Firm PLLC Dec 10
How Drawing Can Help You Deal With Your Emotions After Divorce
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Stephanie 5h
Replying to @TVBClaringbold
I approve
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Jocie S Dec 6
TBH I haven’t watched this much Greys Anatomy since being clinically depressed senior year.
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Rhyan Nicole🧚🏼‍♀️ Dec 6
Pulling myself out of my negative fit because I hate being down🤦🏼‍♀️ My mind let’s me forget how much power I have over how I feel 🧚🏼‍♀️
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BCVictimsofHomicide 1h
You are not alone. Coping with grief during the holidays can be emotionally difficult. Submit a tribute to honor your loved one:
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茶ん手楽 Dec 5
I used to think happiness was this everlasting euphoric, positive feeling. And I used to cry night after night, lamenting on how I was not happy. And people used to tell me "Happiness is a choice" and (continued)
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Beth Thompson Dec 5
I wish I could drink mulled wine every day
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Veronica Wolf Counseling Dec 5
002: Positivity. Challenge yourself to think positively through your the day. When you find yourself looking at a situation with a “glass half full” attitude stop yourself and changing your thought process to be more positive.
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