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    When my sadness started

    Okay guys so I realised that I didn't start being sad last year but when I was 8 when my grandfather died. Now when I think of my parents about my grandfather's death I wana cry. Last year when I was banned from BTS and allowed to be and Army I feel like I fell into depression (not medical diagnosed but feel like) now I was never happy since before my grandfather's death. Now my life is sad and painful etc. #Family death #Never happy #Teen struggling with mental health

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    When my sadness started

    Okay guys so I realised that I didn't start being sad last year but when I was 8 when my grandfather died. Now when I think of my parents about my grandfather's death I wana cry. Last year when I was banned from BTS and allowed to be and Army I feel like I fell into depression (not medical diagnosed but feel like) now I was never happy since before my grandfather's death. Now my life is sad and painful etc. #Family death #Never happy

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    Tranquility

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    Magnificent

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    Any advice or help for helping son with #Autism #SensoryIntegration #sensoryprocessing #SuperMom

    Hi I'm new here. I am a mom of two handsome boys and a stepmother to a boy and girl. Alittle about me is my youngest biological son is a smart talented and special 6 year old. He has sensory processing/integration disorder, a speech delay, developmental delay and is going through the process of seeing if he has autism as well. He is such a amazing boy who has so much energy love and compassion. He is extremely smart and grasps onto things very quickly. He is able to complete up to 200 piece puzzles without any assistance and loves doing anything educational or learning related. He is loved by anyone who comes into contact with him. He is sensitive to loud noises and can be easily over stimulated. He tends to get frustrated when he is not understood due to him not being able to produce most words or he will create his own words for stuff. For example he calls all my cats by his own names for them " mittens is mackey and max is puppup. Another example is he will call YouTube "book". He kind of made up his own language for stuff. When he has a meltdown anything and everything will set him off whether it be someone walking into same room ad him If someone talks or touches him etc. He has to be left alone so he can calm himself down and once he settles down he will comeback to playing as normal or to be with preferred person he is around. Usually is me. He has a extremely close bond with me and is very attached to me. Don't get me wrong he loves his dad but when it comes to anything he needs or loves cuddles if he gets hurt etc he's all about mom. He's like my little sidekick :)he loves to help out when I bake or cook loves school and loves to do anything hands on. Any advice to help me out that'll b great he is alot to handle especially when in middle of a meltdown wich happens often due to he is super sensitive to anything said or done near him. I love my son he's amazing wouldn't trade this experience for anything. I also have a 11year old with adhd but that's a different story. My 2 stepchildren are great helpers and are very supportive of this all. #Sensory processing disorder #SuperMom # autism #Never give up

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    Saturday relaxing 😎

    Took a good walk early morning to several places and scored on coupons. Our weather in my part of Oregon is abnormally calm and fairly dry. Allowing me to get things done on my weekends even with out my caregiver.
    Drinking coffee with coconut milk and brown sugar for an awesome latte.
    I connected with someone last night that awesome in her story. Brought tears of joy n pain cuz so much rang true. for me.
    I'm a double Survivor
    Breast Cancer 17 yrs
    Rape several times

    #Bipolar #mighty together #Distract me #daily reflections and
    #fighter #caring ##forgiving #
    been using my coloring apps on my phone to distract and for grounding against flashbacks! I'm sjournalo glad I found the mighty. People that get it! That live it!
    Thank you mighties for being here.
    We ROCK ##positive thought of the day #Never iveUp #Fibromyalgia #

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    Wonderful Wednesday

    My caregiver was gone today cuz husband had surgery yesterday morning. I managed fairly well, cooked some chicken dish, then got ready for monthly visits from both my nurses
    #Fibromyalgia , #chronic pain, # positive thoughts for the day, #Distract me, #check in with me, #Bipolar ,#Anxiety flashbacks, #breast cancer survivor-17 yrs, #every day fighter, ##Never GIVE UP, #enjot the moment,
    Time to relax and enjoy world Series game. Signing off mighties.

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    Always be alert #Never let your guard down :-(
    Apple is very very savvy and the woman on there gave me some helpful information about how to be alert

    <p>Always be alert <a class="tm-topic-link ugc-topic" title="Never" href="/topic/never/" data-id="5bc64c8b7d58b600acdf87e9" data-name="Never" aria-label="hashtag Never">#Never</a>  let your guard down :-(<br>Apple is very very savvy and the woman on there gave me some helpful information about how to be alert</p>
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    LGBTQAIH all lives one love peace mighty family green ribbon

    <p>LGBTQAIH all lives one love peace mighty family green ribbon</p>
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    #putting myself first

    <p><a class="tm-topic-link ugc-topic" title="putting" href="/topic/putting/" data-id="5c80bddaf0236b00e46b7f1d" data-name="putting" aria-label="hashtag putting">#putting</a> myself first</p>