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Dr. Sarah Victor Oct 10
It’s and I have thoughts. <feeling brave now, might delete later> I’m a clinical psychologist, professor, scientist, mentor, and colleague. I’m also a daughter, sister, spouse, cat mom, and friend. And, I am a person who lives with mental illness. 1/11
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Quick little insight into what it’s like having Borderline Personality Disorder πŸ’š
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petal πŸ–‹ Oct 12
Every thought, every emotion, every feelings you feel are important. You’re important.
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❅ Oct 10
β€œhold tightly to whatever things that are beside you. you may be surrounded by darkness, but still, stay there. when breathing gets tiring, please give each other strength. as long as you hold on, there will definitely be a door that will open for you.”
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Kai Wes Oct 10
It’s okay to ask for help πŸ’™
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π’«π’Άπ“π‘œπ“‚π’Άβ˜Ό ☽ Oct 10
I was hospitalized earlier this year. I’ve been diagnosed with 7 different mental illnesses, s/h free for almost 5 months...7 years later and I can finally say I found myself. Check on your friends and those around you. Looks are deceiving. Take care<3
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Ψ΄ΩŽΩˆΩ’Ω‚ 🎈 15h
I just finished my course of Fluoxetine, I’ve been taking it for almost a year. I used to believe I’d never survive my depression and here I am healthy and happy. If I can do it YOU can too!! ❀️❀️❀️❀️❀️❀️❀️❀️❀️❀️❀️❀️
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Jason Del Rey Oct 10
I've been in therapy since my dad died suddenly in June 2018. And I prob should've been going since my mom died in 2004. When people act surprised that I'm still going, I tell them I'll probably never stop. It's healthy to talk. It's healthy to seek help.
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Sterling! Oct 11
It’s no longer but I decided I’d talk about it today, not yesterday, because everyone who shared their struggles still have those struggles today. And tomorrow. And the day after. You have my support and my love every day.
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cei πŸŒ¬β™‘οΈβ™ˆοΈπŸ³οΈβ€πŸŒˆ Oct 10
Ik everyone is posting about this but I’m not sorry to share my story as well
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WRDaboutbooks Oct 12
With it being yesterday, I wanted to put up a little rainbow giveaway. What books do you reach for, to lift your spirits? Let me know what or who & why for the chance to win this colourful bundle. RT&FLW by 19/10/19
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Ronaa Oct 10
Check on your β€œhappy” friends...pretending to be happy IS a coping mechanism.
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Mosharraf Zaidi Oct 11
5 things I do for my mental health: 1. Pray (Ya Hayyu, Ya Qayyum) 2. Exercise 3. Keep lavendar close at hand 4. Regular breaks from social media 5. Call my best friend(s) What do you do to stay balanced?
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Mandy Johnson (she/her) Oct 11
It was & I felt I should say something as I battle with depression. But it was too painful. I had a mental breakdown after taking a stance against something I saw as racist & my trustees disagreed. This is the email I was sent after my diagnosis...
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Asu ROCKS Oct 11
Did I miss ? Seeing so many fellow artists sharing their struggles feeels both powerful and scary. I have been struggling with this weird darkness for almost all of my life and I sometimes we manage to get along and sometimes it cripples me for weeks/months.
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Sarafina Nance Oct 12
I’m a few days late, but I want to tell my story for . I really struggled with whether I would share this. I’m still recovering &, to some extent, still fear retribution. That being said, I feel I have a responsibility as someone with a platform to speak up.
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Louis Riddick Oct 10
Help someone. Today. And then every day after. You never know what is happening with others.
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Hartman Meints Oct 10
God places adversity into our lives to help us grow, so that we can fulfill the intentions he has for us. Everything has a purpose. Let the pieces fall into place, and trust in his will.
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Jamie Hooper Oct 11
So yesterday was .. So I wrote a thing, which you may or may not be interested in. I wanted to share what the journey has been like for me over the last year.. And my thoughts on how you might be able to help someone who might be struggling.. ❀️ Post 1/2
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WorldMentalHealthDay Oct 11
was an enormous success thanks to you! Remember, that mh promotion doesn’t stop today …we consider WMHDAY as the yearly awakening, reminder, catalyst for more action. As long as there is a WMHDAY – mental illness will never again be in the dark. Thank u!
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