10 ways to Overcome Sadness -- via wikiHow.com #Do not try to get rid of your bad thoughts especially in loss of a loved one- by fighting them when they came to your mind. Just let them move through your head, think of them, but don't let them take control over you. Manage them, for example if you are at work, leave them for a better time to think of. Struggling in order to get rid of some thoughts will make them stronger. Thoughts, Brain Injury, Braininjuri Neuroskil, Art, Children, Favorite Quotes, Blog, Sad Quotes, True Stories
“Life is filled with unanswered questions, but it is the courage to seek those answers that continues to give meaning to life. You can spend your life wallowing in despair, wondering why you were the one who was led towards the road strewn with pain, or you can be grateful that you are strong enough to survive it.” ― J.D. Stroube, Caged by Damnation
So this isn't Facebook or texting. You are able to read this without me telling you. You know I still shed this tear all the time. And you supposedly had a guilty look on your face when you found that out. We never talk, and I'm still speechless from everything you told me which you made me look like an idiot. This tear that I shed should be the last.
Depression With 26 percent of Americans 18 years or older living with a diagnosable mental disorder, it's no wonder mental health is an increasing priority for the average person. But what about the celebrities or famous people we've come to follow so closely? They aren't exempt from mental health issues, either. Some are more private about their mental health, while others strive to raise awareness in hopes of debunking misconceptions about disorders.