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    What message do you need to hear when everything feels uncertain?

    <p>What message do you need to hear when everything feels uncertain?</p>
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    Choose an affirmation to carry with you this week!

    <p>Choose an affirmation to carry with you this week!</p>
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    I appreciate your sensitivity & health reasons.❤️💪🏽

    Many people don’t understand. Me writing this is kind of stressful but I have to get this out. I think we have all learned in life that people just don’t understand. They don’t understand that you are sensitive. Maybe some things someone says to you makes you cry or have anxiety or spin into a state of depression. I know how that feels from experience. And we can’t blame them because they don’t understand. The hardest part is when the person doesn’t try to understand. Like if you are still in a vulnerable state. They don’t care. They don’t enough to try to care. And I want to tell you it is not your fault. From a person who had struggled with mental health and chronic illness, I know how it feels to blame yourself for not being up to it. Maybe you feel scared to defend yourself or you simply can’t or maybe you feel obligated to be you with a chronic illness. Maybe you don’t know how to respond to someone who is being super disrespectful and non sensitive towards your mental health or chronic illness. I know the feeling and people don’t, so they take advantage. Do we appreciate it? Heck no! But I appreciate your sensitivity and you acknowledge your health issues. Whether it be physically or mentally. You matter and are so important to this world. It doesn’t matter what someone might think. Don’t down or belittle yourself because of your illness. Your illness doesn’t define you. It is apart of your life but it doesn’t describe or depict who you are. But illness can be healed mentally and physically. You just have believe. GOD didn’t place you here for no reason. You are here for a reason. And a great one. Just believe in yourself. I care about you and you should too. Appreciate yourself for being as strong as you are...
    P.S.: Excuse me for venting. I hope this helps someone out there.
    #Anxiety #Depression #Suicide #dailyaffirmation #ChronicIllness #HidradenitisSuppurativa #warrior #ChronicPain #MentalHealth #keepgoing #MightyTogether #DailyReminder

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    ❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️Mental Health Awareness❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️

    MENTAL HEALTH AWARENESS NEEDS TO ATTENTION
    ATTENTION: YOU ARE NOT ALONE.
    One thing that I have realized that mental health needs awareness. People around the world are hurting and sobbing due to so many issues. We need to make more awareness for our own mental health. Even if you feel ok. Just spread that love to someone else. It feels good. Secondly, if you aren’t ok. You aren’t alone. Depression and anxiety is something that is looked over as “he or she will get over it. They will be alright. Or it’s not a big deal. HECK.... IT IS A BIG DEAL...
    I feel like coming together can help us all. So if you suffer from mental illness... don’t feel ashamed. Don’t feel bad. Don’t beat yourself up. You are human. You are allowed to have feelings or emotions. Never underestimate your mental health. You are more. You are worth more. You are amazing. You are loved. You are beautiful. Keep pushing sweetie. You got this.💜❤️💜❤️💜❤️💜❤️💜❤️💜❤️
    #Hope #Faith #DailyReminder #keepgoing
    #CheckInWithMe
    #Suicide #Depression #Anxiety #MentalHealth #MightyTogether #dailyaffirmation #DailyReminder #HidradenitisSuppurativa #ChronicIllness #ChronicPain

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