Deep down you know this. You may not want to believe it, or you think there aren't any other ways. But there are. You can get through this. Face that reality. Face it, you can get through anything, and life will be so much better someday. The stress, anxiety and depression won't heal until you own what is really going on. "Stress, anxiety, and depression are caused when we are living to please others." -Paulo Coelho
“It is unfortunate that the theoretical undoing of gender stability has had so little impact out in the real world. It’s too bad, in other words, that people still think of men and women as if they...
I was born for this.
I'm a budding modification artist, addicted to my craft. I love my life, my darling fuzzy and scaly babes. I plan to travel the world piercing one person at a time.
You have to try again, and again, and again - you are loved, and people will listen to you. Don't let the voices in your head make you doubt that others will listen. You will get better day by day. Take small steps and share what's on your mind with others. It will help. Tomorrow will be better than today. You got this. "I know I have friends <and loved ones> but I feel like I have no one to talk to about the sh*t that goes on in my head."
I know it can feel this way, but people really do care. It does seem like you need drama to get attention, to make people realize how serious things are, to get someone who loves you to really listen to you. But don't ever give up. Tell them how you feel. Tell them you need t hem to listen to you. Tell them you just need to feel listened to and understood. Tell someone again. They will listen. Tomorrow will be better than today. You matter. Believe it.
This is such a sh*tty feeling. I hate this quote - because I know this avoidable yet my loved on doesn't ask how I'm doing, despite so many signs and history. I so wish my loved one asks me how I'm doing. And waits for my answer. And just listens to me. And stays with me. BE there for those you love. WATCH out for them. No need to try to "fix" them, just be there and listen. It can make all the difference in the world. "It is better to be alone, than being with someone who makes you feel…
27 Ways to Be an Ally for Someone Who Has a Mental Illness
Be with me. Don't try to fix me. Just be there. Listen. Tell me this will pass and you'll be there by my side. ; "You can't fix me. Let me have bad days." -Dayna Walls-Cochran