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  • fafos
    18.06.2021 - 4 days ago

    Bozza di un manifesto per una rassegna di proiezioni all'aperto... O meglio, in una Fabbrica. In arrivo... #bozza #manifesto #rassegnacinematografica #cinemaallaperto #anteprima #cinemadestate #ilcioccolatodeitrappisti #sketching #firststep #posterdesign #cinemareview #preview https://www.instagram.com/p/CQRRGN4gB5z/?utm_medium=tumblr

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  • themightymiracleman
    08.06.2021 - 2 weeks ago

    They call me #themightymiracleman because I #workmiracles in peoples bodies! Make your #fitness #dreams a reality! The #firststep is getting your #FREE #nutritionguide at the #linkinbio so you can #livelongerfeelbetter and #addlifetoyouryears 😎 https://www.instagram.com/p/CP2B4IApjL8/?utm_medium=tumblr

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  • two4truce
    03.06.2021 - 2 weeks ago

    The Birth of Two 4 Truce

    That first step...

    You know how you get motivated to start new projects when there are drastic changes in your life? Well, I guess I reached one of those points and guess what is my new project? THIS AMAZING NEW BLOG! Okay, it might not be that amazing yet, but it will be the more posts I make ;)

    So, I am a 24-year-old girl that newly realized, that she was not to be categorized as "normal". If you ask me, nobody is normal, since we all are different in our own ways, but let's say that society has this ideal of how the "perfect person" would be. I'm not talking about that ideal where people are successful and happy and are extremely productive, etc. I'm talking about psychologically and physically healthy or "normal". Truth is that everybody is dealing with something these days, and yet we think that having something like a mental illness is NOT "normal". It's funny because statistics show that most people either have a mental illness themselves or they know somebody who does. So how come we keep making stigmas and reject a conversation over these topics? How come we reject people dealing with mental illness thinking that they are "not like everybody else"? Anyway, going back to myself. I newly learned that I am part of a particular group of "anormal" people, namely those with a psychiatric illness. I learned that I had my feet in two completely different worlds: one is the happy and perfect pink world of hipomania, the other the sad and blue world of depression. I learned that those outbursts of creativity, those extremely productive phases and all that optimism, as well as those dark days filled with negative thoughts, those vicious cycles of anxiety and those days without any energy all were influenced by something called Bipolar Disorder, and in my specific case Type 2 with rapid cycling.

    The funny thing is that, this is an illness that you have had your whole life, still getting the diagnosis changes your whole world. It is amazing to finally know what on earth was going on with you, because it’s really hard to get an accurate diagnosis... But... there’s always that “but”... You start asking yourself a thousand questions about your present and your past. You start being hesitant of your present decisions asking yourself if it’s really what you want to do, or is it something you want right now because of a mood swing... You start asking yourself if you would have dropped down that amazing project you had anyways or was it just a low you were going through... Or maybe even worse! Would you have started it in the first place, or was that also just a mood swing... You start asking yourself “who am I really?” and that is a really hard question.

    And something that makes it all harder is the reaction from the people around you... When people get a diagnosis of a deathly illness, they usually get a lot of support from the people around them and as they deal with it, they start to be seen as strong and almost a little bit hero-like, because they are beating that malicious illness. But when you tell those around you that you have a psychiatric illness, some might actually try and want to support you, but a lot will react with destructive comments such as “but you weren’t always this way, right? ‘Cause when I met you, you were normal!”, or “but you don’t get dangerous, do you?”. Or sometimes you might just see in their faces that they are somehow getting scared or disapprove, so you might say something like “but I’m not crazy!” and they might react then with a “well...”. Or sometimes they just won’t believe you, because you’ve worked so hard all your life dealing with it without really knowing what it was, that they can’t believe that someone like you would have such an illness. They think that people with that sort of illness are not successful or they live a really chaotic life...

    Going through all of this the past few months I realized that there is just too much to say about this topic and that I have a pretty strong opinion on how we all as a society should work to get awareness and erase the stigmas. I am studying inclusive pedagogy, and even in that area they all focus on physical handicap and impairment and the area of psychological illness has only a place if it has to do with learning disabilities, but if it’s about psychiatric and mental illness, suddenly nobody is an expert on that topic.

    I decided to start this blog, because I hope that I manage somehow to make people see, that there’s still a long road ahead of us to make a real difference. This is the first step I take, one of many more I intend to do. I hope you make this first step with me.

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  • hekmat662
    31.05.2021 - 3 weeks ago

    Being alone doesn’t scare me anymore! Maybe it’s for the best not to talk to people. Maybe it’s for the best not to expect more. At least I won’t get disappointed!

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  • hekmat662
    26.05.2021 - 3 weeks ago

    I'm never picked first. never been a priority. I am never loved more.I see it in big stuff and sometimes the small stuff hurt even more. I see it when they direct the ac on them only. I see it in the portions of food in my plate. I see it in the way they reply in a nice way to someone and me with a grim face. I see all that, and it doesn’t get easier with time.

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  • troydooly
    25.05.2021 - 4 weeks ago

    #JustStart So many times we see the success of others and think “I just can’t.” Well yes you can! Just take the #FirstStep... #YouGotThis and #IBelieveInYou! Now you need to #Believe https://www.instagram.com/p/CPThG3zD5nD/?utm_medium=tumblr

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  • qstory
    25.05.2021 - 4 weeks ago

    A New Journey

    Oke sebelumnya perkenalkan Nama gua Syauqi Shah Dzakwan Firdaus gua lulusan SMA Pondok Pesantren Fajar Dunia yang berada di daerah Cileungsi - Bogor. Today 25/Mei/2021 Hari dimana gua memulai untuk mebuat blog dan membagikan banyak cerita yang akan gua lakuin kedepanya mulai dari belajar Investasi, Properti, Saham sampai Trading forex yang sekarang marak di bincang oleh banyak orang

    So, Today its my Beginning Day to start my project on this blog Memulai banyak kegiatan dan kalian bisa stay sama gua terus untuk melihat banyak aksi dan hal yang sangat mungkin di perlukan jadi tunggu apalagi mulai ikuti gua dan lihat bagaimana aksi gua kedepanya! stay tune

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  • influentialdoctorsmag
    23.05.2021 - 4 weeks ago

    Take the first step! #DrMartinLutherKingJr #take #firststep #influentialpeople #quotes #influentialdoctorsmagazine influentialdoctorsmagazine.com

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  • greatestsansil
    05.05.2021 - 1 mont ago

    My first digital art!

    Yes, Alastor has become my muse!

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