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For article, “Chester Bennington: Who Cares if One More Light Goes Out?” click on photo. I write articles that talk about the kind of changes I am trying to make in my own life. I hope that my writing also helps you. My topics include addiction and mental health recovery, relationships, and personal growth. I … More Chester Bennington: His story is my story
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Some well-meaning phrases that can actually do more harm than good — here’s what you can say instead. ______________ This post is reblogged, from Netdoctor. Author: Kara Wahlgren Even if you don’t realise it, chances are you know someone with depression. According to Mind, 1 in 4 people in the UK will experience a … More 7 things you shouldn’t say to someone with depression
Can’t figure out why you are so angry? Just accept it and save your energy for the important things. ___ Lately I have been getting angry at really stupid things. I am not an angry person, so it’s weird. I get angry at traffic, at the internet, at the laptop I am using right now, … More It’s Time That We Talk a Little Bit About Anger
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I think that you need to take a day. Relax. Go easy. Laugh at yourself, because I am. ___ Today, just live your life. Go easy on yourself. That doesn’t mean that you have to give up on hard things. Push yourself to achieve, but don’t be hard on yourself if the results take time. … More If you Have a Sense of Humor, Recovery Will be Way Easier
A while ago, I was thinking about how my depression has become a doorway to better things. It has taken me a long time to learn, but opening up to my experiences rather than avoiding or looking for symptom relief, has changed how I think about my moods and mental health. The reality is that … More 17 Things I Have Learned from my Depression
For article, “4 Ways that Depression has Changed My Life” click on photo. I write articles that talk about the kind of changes I am trying to make in my own life. I hope that my writing also helps you. My topics include addiction and mental health recovery, relationships, and personal growth. I work as … More This is Why I No Longer Read Self Help Books
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