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ems ๐Ÿ‘ผ๐Ÿผ May 13
it is exhausting and terrifying to battle your own mind every day. for anyone struggling with any form of mental illness, your feelings are valid and you are strong. you are not alone. mental health awareness should be happening every month.
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Emily James May 14
May is Mental Health Awareness Month. Letโ€™s work together to end the stigma.
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Olivia ๐Ÿ’— May 12
I lost years of my life to an illness in my head; I lost friends, jobs, opportunities, almost my life. Donโ€™t tell me my mental illness is fake. Donโ€™t tell me my mental illness โ€˜could be worseโ€™. Listen to me, learn from me, and be understanding.
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zo๐Ÿฅ€ May 19
For a little bit I didnโ€™t think Iโ€™d be alive long enough to graduate I made it๐ŸŒธ
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ches โœจ May 14
panic attacks are really scary, and I just want to leave you with a tool to help cope with them in case you find yourself with one โค๏ธ donโ€™t forget to breathe okay?
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TED-Ed May 13
Open conversations about mental illness help erode stigma and make it easier for people to ask for help. So letโ€™s talk about it. This week, for , we'll share a lesson each day on topics relating to mental health. We hope you'll join the conversation.
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TED-Ed May 13
Replying to @TED_ED
According to the National Institute of Mental Health, it takes the average person suffering with a mental illness over 10 years to ask for help. Learn more about depression:
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Jamie Powers May 14
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HHS.gov May 17
Todayโ€™s National Prevention Week theme is โ€œPreventing Suicide.โ€ If you or someone you know is struggling with thoughts of suicide, reach out to โ€™s National Suicide Prevention Lifeline .
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ditto as electrode โ˜ป May 16
remember that you deserve the same kindness and love that you give to your loved ones
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Henrietta H. Fore May 14
Self-harm is the third leading cause of death for adolescents. This , letโ€™s fight the stigma around mental health and getting treatment.
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Mauro Ranallo May 19
While I have your attention, make sure you do something to smash stigma during MORE LOVE. MORE EMPATHY. โค๏ธ๐Ÿ™๐Ÿป
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Calm May 13
How can you best take care of yourself today?
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Chloe Porter๐Ÿ’› May 18
a year ago I had just been diagnosed with depression & OCD & put on antidepressants after finally deciding to get help. I woke up pretty much everyday not wanting to be here & didnโ€™t see anyway out... fast forward and Iโ€™m so much healthier & happier๐Ÿ˜Š
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Nhlanhla May 12
I need a mentor/ sponsor someone who has battled Major Repetitive Depression Disorder and won or is managing it. This thing is beating me up, Iโ€™m tired of being Suicidal or thinking death is the solution. My two little people depend on me.
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NFLPA May 20
Wellness is king ๐Ÿ‘‘ Proud to announce during that weโ€™re starting two initiatives with on pain management and caring for behavioral & mental health.
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Samantha 4h
God never treats those who hurt on the inside as less than those who hurt on the outside
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Rep. Dan Crenshaw May 13
May is and . We should use this opportunity to make a concerted effort to end veteran suicide. Our struggling veterans need our support. Check out to learn how you can make a difference.
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HHS.gov May 20
Knowing the signs of mental health distress them makes you better equipped to address them. Here's what to look for, and how to get help:
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The Single Woman May 19
In honor of . Please know you can seek God and also seek help โœจ๐Ÿ™๐Ÿปโœจ
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