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♡ " Helping... A Family Of Deaf People Was A Unique Experience For Me.. " ♡ #HelpingWhenInNeed

♡ " Also Today I Started Out My Morning By Helping A Family Order Food.. I Was Doing Fine Until Miss Nosy And My Boss Started In On Me.. On Why I Was Taking So Long.. I Told Them Both Why... You All Should Have Seen Thier Face's.. Yes My Line Was Long But Was Anyone Trying To Help Out No... They Were All Too Busy Gossiping Like Alway's.. Tbh With You All I'm Not Right For The Resturant Industry.. They Litterly Expect Too Much... And They Wonder Why They Can't Hire Anyone To Work For Them.. Anyway's I Had A Joy In Helping Them The Husband And Wife... Thanked Me For Being Very Patient With Them And Helpful.. And I Got A $5 Tip For Cleaning Someone's Messy Table Today... " × #AnUpdate #Part2 ☆▪︎▪︎▪︎☆☆▪︎▪︎▪︎☆ SKADI KVITRAVN ☆▪︎▪︎▪︎☆☆▪︎▪︎▪︎☆


Post Natal Depression at 18! Part 2 #Depression #PostnatalDepression #Part2 #Newmum #young #mystory

She took me for some food as I knew I wouldn't be able to eat once we got to the hospital. I rang the hospital at 6pm who told me to come in as they were too close together, I went to the hospital, at 4:25 am on little peanuts due date he was born at a 8lb.

The first 4 weeks of him being born was difficult, I lost a lot of weight (even though I didn't gain much during the pregnancy) I had mood swings, too emotional, too tired, I gave up college to be at home with him as I was still getting use to being a mum and getting into a routine. Little peanut was very clingy, hated being put down in a crib or moses basket, being sick after every bottle, constipation and it turned out he hated night times! Being miles from my family and not having support around me made it very difficult to cope with.

At 4 weeks old, I was alone, trying my hardest but it didn't seem good enough, I was stressed out to the max, I had enough, I went to the doctors and they diagnosed me with post natal depression, I was relieved! I wasn't going mad, and it wasn't my fault and to be honest I was doing fine being a young mum but my mind was playing tricks on me. I got the help I needed and moved out to live with my mum and dad for help. After moving in with my mum and dad I started getting back to being me, and sorting myself out. I learnt to cope with my depression by allowing myself breaks! I know it sounds silly to others but having a very clingy baby who wouldn't let you have a shower for 2 minutes or eat a full meal without crying it's hard.
I still had depression and medication but I was starting to feel like myself again, I was able to be me finally! I was still going through complications in my life and events but having a mental health problem you have to think about you and your little one.

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Let's Start Learning More About PMDD #Part2

Is PMDD a mental health problem ?

PMDD is commonly defined as an endocrine disorder, meaning that it is a hormone-related disorder. But as well as physical symptoms, people with PMDD also experience a range of different mental health symptoms such as depression and suicidal feelings. For these reasons, it has recently been listed as a mental health problem in the DSM-5 (one of the main manuals that doctors use to categorise and diagnose mental health problems).

Please do feel free to share your struggles, advice, symptoms, ask for help this group is here for your benefit.

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PMDD and suicidal feelings:

Some people find that one of their monthly symptoms is thoughts about suicide. This is can feel very distressing.

If you're experiencing suicidal feelings and are worried you may act on them, you can call 999, go straight to A&E or call the Samaritans for free on 116 123 to talk.#MentalHealth there are also many other charity's and services available if you need help with this please message me direct or comment below ⬇️


#Part2 #EMT #Paramedic #Emergency

My best friend came back and then disappeared again and blocked me on every social media telling that in our relationship I was the only one believing in it.

After that famous night and after what happened with the colleague that tried approached with me, I developed some plants allergies.
Those plants were present during my hard times with him because we are in a country town so it is full of flowers and plants.
Anyway, later on I became to isolate (not for my willings but for situations) from everyone and now I feel very lonely.
I need to speak up, I need to tell everyone my story but I am able to do only in a language that it’s not my native one.
So, here’s my story.
I hope that someone would read it.
Please, if you notice one of your colleagues or your friends that seems so silent and so frightened to report with other colleagues please help him/her.
Don’t tell him/her to stay silent.
It’s very harmful.

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My best friend and lifeline Mira❤️ Part2

The months went by and when Ellie was almost 4 years old we noticed that something was wrong with her... She wasn’t eating and was so tired... She even didn’t want treats, and she always wanted treats! 😔 It all happened so fast and in a few days we realized that it wasn’t fair to Ellie to let her suffer... In a few days we had to put her down too... The last thing I said to her was “I love you so much best friend”❤️ My relationship to Mira wasn’t the best because I was so scared of falling in love with another sick dog that I would loose... I was again a mess... And everything was just a nightmare! I had lost both of my best friends and I hadn’t anyone left to comfort me when I felt like shit... I again tried to kill myself and I self harmed more than ever. So I was put back on institution... After a while I spent more time with Mira cause I did not have anyone else to comfort me when I felt down... After a while Mira became my best friend too❤️ Now Mira is 2 years old and my best friend in the world❤️ I still haven’t come over Ellie and Fakira but I’m doing my best to be strong for Mira... After all she too lost a sister and a best friend...😔 Mira is not so well trained but she lives on a farm with my family so it’s ok for now. All the dogs we meet are smaller dogs who always barks, and Mira think they’re too loud or too small so she always walks right past them... She of course like when we can greet them.. But when we decides to walk past them she’s totally fine with it... Today we went on a large dog parade in the city with her and other Newfoundland dogs, Leonberger dogs and Saint Bernards. There were also two Great Danes. Than we realized how little training we had thought her... 😅 But most of the other dogs was well trained so it wasn’t such a huge problem... She had on a cute sweater and reindeer horns so she looked just adorable😍 And a LOT of people wanted to say hello to her and give her cuddles❤️ She and a puppy in a wagon was the most popular dogs among people❤️😜 Since I feel like I have nothing to live for but her, she’s my lifeline❤️ She’s the reason I try to stay strong!❤️ Since I have moved away from home I don’t see her as often as I’d like.. But when I come home to my parents house she’s so happy too see me that my mum can go right past her with food and grow-cherries and Mira doesn’t even look at her😜 And she really loves food! 😅 I can cuddle her for forever and she never gets tired!❤️ When I have a bad day and don’t feel like even smile she always puts a smile on my face and when I cry she comes to me and lick my tears away❤️😢 She’s now my best friend and I hope we can have her for several years!❤️ I can’t even think of what would happened if I lost her too... But for now she’s a healthy, happy dog who I love more than anything in the whole world❤️🐶
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