Everyday with depression be like:
Everyday with depression be like:
I baked cupcakes!!! I really love baking recently it's really helping with my mental health 🌿💘
Vanilla cream cupcakes with chocolate and toffee popcorn 🧡🧁
“I’m afraid that if I let go of your hand
you’ll fly away
like a butterfly.”
- BTS, Butterfly
too random but i just wanna tell you this. Sometimes we think that happiness comes when sadness goes, but to be honest, happiness comes when we realized that sadness won't go but never last either. Someone told me this "you cannot figure out things in one go" and I always remember that. Sometimes we feel so tired and drained because we keep searching for answers and we keep asking why? Sometimes we keep pushing that emotion away and running from it. Its what makes us tired and done and i just wanna tell you that its okay. Its okay to not know the answers sometimes. Life isn't supposed to be figured out. Life is for living and feeling. God didn't make us humans to be happy for eternity, you know? He didn't make us to have that goal of a happy life, but to have a life worth living for. My point is, you will be okay when you realized that you'll never be okay. Being okay is coming to terms that life isn't full of ups but never giving up. Too random, may not makes sense, but i just wanna tell you that :)) and i hope it helps. Love you and will always do <33!!
So I've been on my anti anxiety meds for four months now and I must say..... I feel so much better now. My anxiety is still there which sucks but am able to shut it up easier now. I also stopped googling symptoms which is a huge thing and I don't ask for reinsurance that much anymore but sometimes when I get scared and Jeff decides to be a dick ( Jeff by the way is what I call my anxiety lmao) I ask but only once or twice. I also don't freak out about every little sensations i have!!!!! if I get a headache, I'm not terrified of it. Even though there has been good things, my anxiety is still there which means I still have some of my stuff still. But what really matters is that am learning how not to let it affect me anymore and I'm learning how to fight because am gonna be honest its never gonna go away, but if I can get it to not be so loud, that's what matters.
i feel weak and sick i don’t wanna keep fighting :(
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Aha, my abuser told someone that I am a “delusional psychopath” for accusing him of mentally abusing and sexually harassing me.
I’m also apparently heartless and careless for not wanting him to be in mine or my family’s life?
Work solved the issue by moving me to another compound. My major files it as a hostile work environment so now none of us can work together. I have no issues working with them just don’t single me out and come at me for no reason. But a week at the other compound I have felt better mentally and physically
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"MIND YOUR MENTAL HEALTH"
This is a campaign to raise mental health awareness among the general public. To combat mental illnesses and the stigma associated with them, we must all work together. Many communities still hold stigmas against mental health diagnoses and treatment. Raising mental health awareness can help you better understand the signs, find professional help, and, perhaps most importantly, end the stigma that keeps so many individuals suffering in silence.
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g'morning y'all <3
It's okay. What they did wasn't your fault.
It's okay to feel. Allow yourself to feel your emotions. Break them apart, shatter them until the only thing left is you.
You will heal. You'll be reborn from the broken pieces of your old self. You'll be stronger
And no one will be able to hurt you like that again
Mental health and awareness as the first step to recovery ❤️🩹
Mental health is as essential as physicality
Today was a little hard to manage. I felt really anxious and basically overstimulated. anyway I began my revision for the incoming exam and did a bit of it.
It wasnt my best study session. My head was and is like trapped in a big crowdy cloud. I need some rest... For sure.
It's okay to have "valley days" as I like to call them. Healing is a journey and you will go through mountains and vallies.
Please don't hide or judge yourself in valley days. It's okay to rest. It's okay to slow down. Next mountain is waiting for us.