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You have greatness within you.
Look how far you have come.
You are loved.
You are resilient.
We are proud of you.
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You have greatness within you. Look how far you have come. You are loved. You are resilient. We are proud of you. . 📷: noroozclinic . . Join the support group @anxiety.assist ...

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Can someone PLEASE cut the cake already 😂😂💖
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Has this ever, or something similar, happened to you? 😅 Let us know in the comments below 👇
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... Can someone PLEASE cut the cake already 😂😂💖 . Has this ever, or something similar, happened to you? 😅 Let us know in the comments below 👇 . . Join the support group @anxiety.assist ...

Mental illnesses are not a choice.
Mental illnesses are not all in your head.
Mental illnesses cannot be cured by a change in diet, lifestyle, or thinking.

Mental illness is not synonymous with a bad attitude about life. Instead of making people with mental illness feel horrible about themselves, spread empathy and listen to what they have to say.

Yes, changing your diet, lifestyle, or thinking can alleviate the symptoms of your mental illness, but it can’t cure it. Most people who say “change your thoughts” do not mean in it a way where it means “go to therapy and do cognitive behavioral therapy (or another type of therapy).” They usually mean “stop thinking negatively” or something that minimizes the severity and complexity of mental illness. A lot of these comments come from a place of ignorance, which is why it is important that we educate people so they understand that mental illness is complex and not a decision. [designed by @gmf.designs]
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#mentalhealth #mentalhealthawareness #anxiety #anxietyrecovery #stress #depressionrelief #recovery #grief #panicattack #panicdisorder #motivator #motivational #stigma #perception #platform #lifecoaching #lifecoachingtips #lifecoaches #anxietyhelp #anxietycoach.

Mental illnesses are not a choice. Mental illnesses are not all in your head. Mental illnesses cannot be cured by a change in diet, lifestyle, or thinking. Mental illness is not synonymous with a bad attitude about life. Instead of making people with mental illness feel horrible about themselves, spread empathy and listen to what they have to say. Yes, changing your diet, lifestyle, or thinking can alleviate the symptoms of your mental illness, but it can’t cure it. Most people who say “change your thoughts” do not mean in it a way where it means “go to therapy and do cognitive behavioral therapy (or another type of therapy).” They usually mean “stop thinking negatively” or something that minimizes the severity and complexity of mental illness. A lot of these comments come from a place of ignorance, which is why it is important that we educate people so they understand that mental illness is complex and not a decision. [designed by @gmf.designs ] - - -. - #mentalhealth #mentalhealthawareness #anxiety #anxietyrecovery #stress #depressionrelief #recovery #grief #panicattack #panicdisorder #motivator #motivational #stigma #perception #platform #lifecoaching #lifecoachingtips #lifecoaches #anxietyhelp #anxietycoach ...

Anxiety has been a lifelong struggle of mine. For much of my life, I’ve let it rule me instead of me ruling it. I’m happy to say that over this past year, I’ve made massive progress toward getting my anxiety under control...and I’ve done it by confronting it head on and throwing everything at it that I have. Anxiety is quite the bully and doesn’t tend to just go quietly into the night. It requires you to FIGHT. Anxiety has a way of making you feel flawed and weak...but I’m here to tell you that there is NOTHING stronger than a person who faces down anxiety or panic attacks and does the hard thing anyway. Since May is #mentalhealthawarenessmonth, I wanted to share with you some of the most helpful tools I’ve picked up along the way for managing my anxiety. Check out my latest piece for @thegirlfriendletter, “Giving Anxiety the Smackdown” by clicking the link in my bio! 💪🏻
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Anxiety has been a lifelong struggle of mine. For much of my life, I’ve let it rule me instead of me ruling it. I’m happy to say that over this past year, I’ve made massive progress toward getting my anxiety under control...and I’ve done it by confronting it head on and throwing everything at it that I have. Anxiety is quite the bully and doesn’t tend to just go quietly into the night. It requires you to FIGHT. Anxiety has a way of making you feel flawed and weak...but I’m here to tell you that there is NOTHING stronger than a person who faces down anxiety or panic attacks and does the hard thing anyway. Since May is #mentalhealthawarenessmonth , I wanted to share with you some of the most helpful tools I’ve picked up along the way for managing my anxiety. Check out my latest piece for @thegirlfriendletter , “Giving Anxiety the Smackdown” by clicking the link in my bio! 💪🏻 • • • • #mandyhale #mandyhalequotes #thesinglewoman #thegirlfriend #anxiety #anxietyrelief #panic #panicattack #anxietyattack #mentalhealth #mentalhealthawareness #itgetsbetter #wecandohardthings #brave #strong #strongwomen ...

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Comment below if you can RELATE to this cow 🤣🤣💖
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... Comment below if you can RELATE to this cow 🤣🤣💖 . . . Join the support group @anxiety.assist ...

This week I complete one year of therapy. A year full of stumbling, falling, accepting my flaws, discovering new ones, learning, unlearning and rebuilding my life back together. Exactly a year ago, I was lying on the floor, helpless after a full-blown breakdown, grieving from an irreversible loss. In that moment (which now feels like the perfect depiction of ‘hitting rock bottom’) I mustered up the courage to dial the number of a therapist a friend had recommended, and scheduled my first appointment.
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Therapy is hard work. No single session can resolve your problems or put any fears to rest. You have to tirelessly train yourself to refrain from intrusive thoughts and obtrusive behaviours. It’s only natural to feel overwhelmed by all the things your mind is capable of doing. It’s also scary to think how easy it is to get entangled in your web of thoughts.
Therapy has been the biggest truth-bomb of sorts, shattering all the myths I had about myself, one at a time. From living through all the destruction my anxieties have caused, to replacing unhealthy habits with constructive ones, it feels like a topsy-turvy journey of self-discovery. Figuring how your brain is wired, what coping mechanisms you use, how you can change your perspective instead of the situation as a whole - all of it comes as a gradual revelation.
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If you are struggling with more that you can handle, talk to someone. And let that someone be a professional. While venting out to your close ones helps you feel better, talking to a therapist helps you get better. You only have to bring yourself to make that call and take that appointment. After all, the only way you can heal is by addressing what hurts. And if there’s anything I’ve learnt in the past year, it is that flowers can grow where the thorns once pricked
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#mentalhealth #mentalhealthawareness #anxiety #anxietyrecovery #stress #depressionrelief #recovery #grief #panicattack #panicdisorder #motivator #motivational #stigma #perception #platform #lifecoaching #lifecoachingtips #lifecoaches #anxietyhelp #anxietycoach.

This week I complete one year of therapy. A year full of stumbling, falling, accepting my flaws, discovering new ones, learning, unlearning and rebuilding my life back together. Exactly a year ago, I was lying on the floor, helpless after a full-blown breakdown, grieving from an irreversible loss. In that moment (which now feels like the perfect depiction of ‘hitting rock bottom’) I mustered up the courage to dial the number of a therapist a friend had recommended, and scheduled my first appointment. . Therapy is hard work. No single session can resolve your problems or put any fears to rest. You have to tirelessly train yourself to refrain from intrusive thoughts and obtrusive behaviours. It’s only natural to feel overwhelmed by all the things your mind is capable of doing. It’s also scary to think how easy it is to get entangled in your web of thoughts. Therapy has been the biggest truth-bomb of sorts, shattering all the myths I had about myself, one at a time. From living through all the destruction my anxieties have caused, to replacing unhealthy habits with constructive ones, it feels like a topsy-turvy journey of self-discovery. Figuring how your brain is wired, what coping mechanisms you use, how you can change your perspective instead of the situation as a whole - all of it comes as a gradual revelation. . If you are struggling with more that you can handle, talk to someone. And let that someone be a professional. While venting out to your close ones helps you feel better, talking to a therapist helps you get better. You only have to bring yourself to make that call and take that appointment. After all, the only way you can heal is by addressing what hurts. And if there’s anything I’ve learnt in the past year, it is that flowers can grow where the thorns once pricked . . . Reposted by @sultana.v - - -. - #mentalhealth #mentalhealthawareness #anxiety #anxietyrecovery #stress #depressionrelief #recovery #grief #panicattack #panicdisorder #motivator #motivational #stigma #perception #platform #lifecoaching #lifecoachingtips #lifecoaches #anxietyhelp #anxietycoach ...

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Day 51 of #100happydaysbyN : I got an MC.. yeay!!! Now the tricky part, WHAT SHOULD I DO NOW? 4th panic attacked seems like cool nowadays 😂😂😂.
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Mental illnesses are not a choice.
Mental illnesses are not all in your head.
Mental illnesses cannot be cured by a change in diet, lifestyle, or thinking.

Mental illness is not synonymous with a bad attitude about life. Instead of making people with mental illness feel horrible about themselves, spread empathy and listen to what they have to say.

Yes, changing your diet, lifestyle, or thinking can alleviate the symptoms of your mental illness, but it can’t cure it. Most people who say “change your thoughts” do not mean in it a way where it means “go to therapy and do cognitive behavioral therapy (or another type of therapy).” They usually mean “stop thinking negatively” or something that minimizes the severity and complexity of mental illness. A lot of these comments come from a place of ignorance, which is why it is important that we educate people so they understand that mental illness is complex and not a decision. [designed by @gmf.designs]
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#mentalhealth #mentalhealthawareness #anxiety #anxietyrecovery #stress #depressionrelief #recovery #grief #panicattack #panicdisorder #motivator #motivational #stigma #perception #platform #lifecoaching #lifecoachingtips #lifecoaches #anxietyhelp #anxietycoach.

Day 51 of #100happydaysbyN : I got an MC.. yeay!!! Now the tricky part, WHAT SHOULD I DO NOW? 4th panic attacked seems like cool nowadays 😂😂😂. . #100happydays . . . . #Repost @anxietysupport.info (@get_repost ) ・・・ Mental illnesses are not a choice. Mental illnesses are not all in your head. Mental illnesses cannot be cured by a change in diet, lifestyle, or thinking. Mental illness is not synonymous with a bad attitude about life. Instead of making people with mental illness feel horrible about themselves, spread empathy and listen to what they have to say. Yes, changing your diet, lifestyle, or thinking can alleviate the symptoms of your mental illness, but it can’t cure it. Most people who say “change your thoughts” do not mean in it a way where it means “go to therapy and do cognitive behavioral therapy (or another type of therapy).” They usually mean “stop thinking negatively” or something that minimizes the severity and complexity of mental illness. A lot of these comments come from a place of ignorance, which is why it is important that we educate people so they understand that mental illness is complex and not a decision. [designed by @gmf.designs ] - - -. - #mentalhealth #mentalhealthawareness #anxiety #anxietyrecovery #stress #depressionrelief #recovery #grief #panicattack #panicdisorder #motivator #motivational #stigma #perception #platform #lifecoaching #lifecoachingtips #lifecoaches #anxietyhelp #anxietycoach ...