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  • #TuesdayTruth
Get outside and go for a walk today! 🌞
My favorite part of the day is when I get to take Lily for her walks! 
It not only makes her happy but it makes me feel good too 💓
Tag someone who may need to see this! 🌞😘
🎨-@avamariedoodles
  • #TuesdayTruth
    Get outside and go for a walk today! 🌞
    My favorite part of the day is when I get to take Lily for her walks!
    It not only makes her happy but it makes me feel good too 💓
    Tag someone who may need to see this! 🌞😘
    🎨-@avamariedoodles
  • 4,276 44 19 March, 2019
  • I can't even find strong enough words to properly portray how much Anxiety used to cause me to fear everyday life and social interactions😬. •

I physically, mentally and emotionally was running on empty because I exhausted myself just hiding and making up excuses for not showing up in my own life😥. •

I let myself down, I let others down and my anxiety quickly added depression to my struggles😭. I was tired all the time, so afraid to say yes to anything, horrified when the phone or doorbell would ring just at the thought of having to socialize📣. My life felt impossible🚫. •

Rock bottom was my saving grace🙏. I realized I had a choice: remain the SAME and keep getting the same results OR give kicking anxiety's ass a shot! I made the decision to go ALL IN and ignite full ANXIETY SLAYING MODE🏋️‍♀️. •

Knowledge + Experience = A powerful force to be reckoned with! Not only have I learned to effectively manage my anxiety but I have been able to heal the root causes of so many of my limited beliefs that actually were FUELING my anxiety in the first place🤹‍♀️! •

My next Social Anxiety Success Program starts the first week of March 2019 and I have limited spots available for my 6 week Live Coaching where I teach How to SLAY anxiety, GROW your Confidence and SMASH your goals!!! YOU WANT IN🎉? •

Reposted by @anxietycoachleigha .
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#mentalhealth #mentalhealthmatters #mentalhealthawareness #mentalhealthrecovery #mentalhealthwarrior #mentalhealthresource #mentalillness #mentalillnessawareness #mentalhealthsupport #endthestigma #breakthestigma #stopthestigma #st
  • I can't even find strong enough words to properly portray how much Anxiety used to cause me to fear everyday life and social interactions😬. •

    I physically, mentally and emotionally was running on empty because I exhausted myself just hiding and making up excuses for not showing up in my own life😥. •

    I let myself down, I let others down and my anxiety quickly added depression to my struggles😭. I was tired all the time, so afraid to say yes to anything, horrified when the phone or doorbell would ring just at the thought of having to socialize📣. My life felt impossible🚫. •

    Rock bottom was my saving grace🙏. I realized I had a choice: remain the SAME and keep getting the same results OR give kicking anxiety's ass a shot! I made the decision to go ALL IN and ignite full ANXIETY SLAYING MODE🏋️‍♀️. •

    Knowledge + Experience = A powerful force to be reckoned with! Not only have I learned to effectively manage my anxiety but I have been able to heal the root causes of so many of my limited beliefs that actually were FUELING my anxiety in the first place🤹‍♀️! •

    My next Social Anxiety Success Program starts the first week of March 2019 and I have limited spots available for my 6 week Live Coaching where I teach How to SLAY anxiety, GROW your Confidence and SMASH your goals!!! YOU WANT IN🎉? •

    Reposted by @anxietycoachleigha .
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    #mentalhealth #mentalhealthmatters #mentalhealthawareness #mentalhealthrecovery #mentalhealthwarrior #mentalhealthresource #mentalillness #mentalillnessawareness #mentalhealthsupport #endthestigma #breakthestigma #stopthestigma #st
  • 6,116 81 20 March, 2019

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  • Pocahontas didn’t have Meeko so 6 service dogs took his place temporarily. 😉 • PC: @irvsax
  • Pocahontas didn’t have Meeko so 6 service dogs took his place temporarily. 😉 • PC: @irvsax
  • 8 1 14 minutes ago
  • { WE CAN TALK ABOUT IT }
Mental health is not criminal and it shouldn’t have to be kept a secret.

Whilst over the last few years we have moved mountains when it comes to breaking the silence around mental health, there is still a level of shame, stigma and ‘stiff-upper-lip’ when it comes to actually talking about it.

Though we may fear that no one will understand, or that there must be something wrong with us, staying silent only breeds further shame and leaves us feeling isolated, disconnected and thinking that we are alone in our struggles.

Talking about mental health normalises and humanises the many different ways that we all experience difficult and challenges thoughts, feelings and physical symptoms of mental health.

1 in 4 experience mental health struggles, and that is just based upon the data that we know currently.

Campaigns such as #metoo or #timetotalk show us that when we speak up, others come forward to share their experience. Sometimes the relief to know that we are not the only one is the tiny beacon of hope needed.

When our struggles are met with empathy, compassion and understanding, the shame that kept us silent cannot survive. And that is why human connection that is so fundamental to our health and wellbeing.

So whether you are talking out loud about your own experience, liking social media posts like this, sharing articles or simply dropping a friend a text to check in with them... you are truly helping to raise awareness and save lives.

If you are struggling with your mental health, you don’t have to struggle alone. Contact me for an initial session, with daytime and evening appointments available.

Love and courage, Charlotte 🙏🏼
  • { WE CAN TALK ABOUT IT }
    Mental health is not criminal and it shouldn’t have to be kept a secret.

    Whilst over the last few years we have moved mountains when it comes to breaking the silence around mental health, there is still a level of shame, stigma and ‘stiff-upper-lip’ when it comes to actually talking about it.

    Though we may fear that no one will understand, or that there must be something wrong with us, staying silent only breeds further shame and leaves us feeling isolated, disconnected and thinking that we are alone in our struggles.

    Talking about mental health normalises and humanises the many different ways that we all experience difficult and challenges thoughts, feelings and physical symptoms of mental health.

    1 in 4 experience mental health struggles, and that is just based upon the data that we know currently.

    Campaigns such as #metoo or #timetotalk show us that when we speak up, others come forward to share their experience. Sometimes the relief to know that we are not the only one is the tiny beacon of hope needed.

    When our struggles are met with empathy, compassion and understanding, the shame that kept us silent cannot survive. And that is why human connection that is so fundamental to our health and wellbeing.

    So whether you are talking out loud about your own experience, liking social media posts like this, sharing articles or simply dropping a friend a text to check in with them... you are truly helping to raise awareness and save lives.

    If you are struggling with your mental health, you don’t have to struggle alone. Contact me for an initial session, with daytime and evening appointments available.

    Love and courage, Charlotte 🙏🏼
  • 13 1 15 minutes ago
  • Pocahontas didn’t have Meeko so 6 service dogs took his place temporarily. 😉 • PC: @irvsax
  • Pocahontas didn’t have Meeko so 6 service dogs took his place temporarily. 😉 • PC: @irvsax
  • 4 1 23 minutes ago
  • 👆🏻The exact words I said to someone close to me last night who confessed that they didn’t like they way they looked anymore.
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To hear those words absolutely broke my heart because I’ve been there and being so empathetic I don’t want anyone to have those thoughts and feelings.
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The conversation started from a ‘common’ response that most people may make when seeing (in their opinion) an 'unflattering’ photo of themselves. As this was the case I tried not to focus on her looks when responding. I said to her that I can understand why she would feel the way she did about the photo (validation) and that I thought it was a beautiful photo (looking at the bigger picture). She responded that she thinks it would have been nicer if she ‘didn’t look like that’. I didn’t want to focus on her looks but different people need different kinds of responses and I know with her and the mentality she had at that moment, I hoped it was helpful to say something like ‘if it’s any consolation I think you’re beautiful no matter what’ (showing acceptance). ‘Don’t let what the world has deemed as flaws get the better of you’ (trying to focus on how the underlying reasons for the initial comment weren’t actually about her body). It was then that she said ‘Thankyou, but I don’t like the way I look anymore’.
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My concern increased because I thought is she at the point of wanting to change if she’s unable to accept the way she is? And all the thoughts of what I went through with my eating disorder came back to me. I know for some people changing the way that they look doesn’t necessarily result in an eating disorder BUT I do know that in order to change your body you need to make sacrifices and are less likely to enjoy your life completely and that’s not what I wanted for her as she comes across as a free spirited, relatively confident person. Those two qualities are something I’ve always been inspired by in her, however I do not know at the core if and how she’s struggling.
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She ended the conversation because she didn’t want to become upset and so I respected that, told her to keep her chin up and reminded her that ‘we all love you for who you are, not what you look like’
(Continued👇)
  • 👆🏻The exact words I said to someone close to me last night who confessed that they didn’t like they way they looked anymore.
    *
    To hear those words absolutely broke my heart because I’ve been there and being so empathetic I don’t want anyone to have those thoughts and feelings.
    *
    The conversation started from a ‘common’ response that most people may make when seeing (in their opinion) an 'unflattering’ photo of themselves. As this was the case I tried not to focus on her looks when responding. I said to her that I can understand why she would feel the way she did about the photo (validation) and that I thought it was a beautiful photo (looking at the bigger picture). She responded that she thinks it would have been nicer if she ‘didn’t look like that’. I didn’t want to focus on her looks but different people need different kinds of responses and I know with her and the mentality she had at that moment, I hoped it was helpful to say something like ‘if it’s any consolation I think you’re beautiful no matter what’ (showing acceptance). ‘Don’t let what the world has deemed as flaws get the better of you’ (trying to focus on how the underlying reasons for the initial comment weren’t actually about her body). It was then that she said ‘Thankyou, but I don’t like the way I look anymore’.
    *
    My concern increased because I thought is she at the point of wanting to change if she’s unable to accept the way she is? And all the thoughts of what I went through with my eating disorder came back to me. I know for some people changing the way that they look doesn’t necessarily result in an eating disorder BUT I do know that in order to change your body you need to make sacrifices and are less likely to enjoy your life completely and that’s not what I wanted for her as she comes across as a free spirited, relatively confident person. Those two qualities are something I’ve always been inspired by in her, however I do not know at the core if and how she’s struggling.
    *
    She ended the conversation because she didn’t want to become upset and so I respected that, told her to keep her chin up and reminded her that ‘we all love you for who you are, not what you look like’
    (Continued👇)
  • 7 3 29 minutes ago
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life update number four:
alrighty y’all, so i was able to get into my GP today and go over the results from my genetics test. the process for getting that test was by far the longest and most frustrating of all the different things we’ve done, but the results came back completely clear. relief, but also frustration. more questions than answers. my GP is now looking into having me tested for hEDS and possibly HSDs, and after reviewing the notes the cardiologist sent her and talking to her a bit about my heart/breathing related symptoms she brought up the possibility of POTs. because we are still wanting to hit all the bases and she very much wants to do everything practically possible to get to the bottom of all this, she’s ordering me a tilt table test. she even made sure to mention the possibility of EDS when she made the request (since it has to be at a different hospital) to make sure they take it seriously. [continued in comments]
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    life update number four:
    alrighty y’all, so i was able to get into my GP today and go over the results from my genetics test. the process for getting that test was by far the longest and most frustrating of all the different things we’ve done, but the results came back completely clear. relief, but also frustration. more questions than answers. my GP is now looking into having me tested for hEDS and possibly HSDs, and after reviewing the notes the cardiologist sent her and talking to her a bit about my heart/breathing related symptoms she brought up the possibility of POTs. because we are still wanting to hit all the bases and she very much wants to do everything practically possible to get to the bottom of all this, she’s ordering me a tilt table test. she even made sure to mention the possibility of EDS when she made the request (since it has to be at a different hospital) to make sure they take it seriously. [continued in comments]
  • 8 3 46 minutes ago
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  • Embracing my inner mermaid 🥰 
This is the first thing I've done for myself since having Daxton. Let me tell ya, as soon as I started I felt guilty. This took nearly 4 hours and as the minutes went past, I felt more and more guilty. So very grateful that my mom was there to watch Dax so I could do this. We had a great day together 💖

I'm sure many people know by now that I struggle very much that Dax was born premature. I haven't been able to let go of the guilt and still blame myself sometimes. It frustrates me when people ask when we're having another baby because the thought of having another baby in the NICU terrifies me. The thought of not being able to carry a baby full term terrifies me. 
NICU parents are more prone to get Perinatal Mood and Anxiety Disorders. I've recently sought counseling. I'm learning day by day that I cannot control everything that happens. That things happen for a reason. And that there is nothing I could have done differently to prevent Daxton from being born premature. 💙 
Dax is amazing. He and Dustin are everything to me 🥰 and mentally, I am working things out. 
No longer feeling ashamed of asking for help. 
#preemiemom #preemieawareness #NICU #nicumom #littlewarrior #family #grateful #littlefighter #endthestigma #mentalhealth #selflove #happiness #postpartum
  • Embracing my inner mermaid 🥰
    This is the first thing I've done for myself since having Daxton. Let me tell ya, as soon as I started I felt guilty. This took nearly 4 hours and as the minutes went past, I felt more and more guilty. So very grateful that my mom was there to watch Dax so I could do this. We had a great day together 💖

    I'm sure many people know by now that I struggle very much that Dax was born premature. I haven't been able to let go of the guilt and still blame myself sometimes. It frustrates me when people ask when we're having another baby because the thought of having another baby in the NICU terrifies me. The thought of not being able to carry a baby full term terrifies me.
    NICU parents are more prone to get Perinatal Mood and Anxiety Disorders. I've recently sought counseling. I'm learning day by day that I cannot control everything that happens. That things happen for a reason. And that there is nothing I could have done differently to prevent Daxton from being born premature. 💙
    Dax is amazing. He and Dustin are everything to me 🥰 and mentally, I am working things out.
    No longer feeling ashamed of asking for help.
    #preemiemom #preemieawareness #NICU #nicumom #littlewarrior #family #grateful #littlefighter #endthestigma #mentalhealth #selflove #happiness #postpartum
  • 12 1 1 hour ago
  • The page @limelightinglife uses witty illustrations by @fart_attack_ along with great write-ups which really help understand the concept that is being talked about. 
Go follow the page @limelightinglife and checkout the posts right now!!
  • The page @limelightinglife uses witty illustrations by @fart_attack_ along with great write-ups which really help understand the concept that is being talked about.
    Go follow the page @limelightinglife and checkout the posts right now!!
  • 34 2 1 hour ago
  • We are honored to offer a free-of-charge Grief Support meeting once a month for parents grieving the death of a child. You do not have to go through your grief alone.⠀
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Date: Monday, March 25th⠀
Time: 10AM-11:30AM⠀
Fee: Free of charge⠀
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Reservation: link in bio⠀
*Prior to joining, participants must have a free grief consultation. A grief consultation is a confidential, 60-minute session with a grief specialist, one-on-one. During this session, you will gain a deeper understanding of what grief is, what to expect from it, and how to heal through it.⠀
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Dr. Ottilia Brown, PhD (South Africa)⠀
Clinical Psychologist⠀
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I primarily work with late adolescents and adults and I enjoy taking a holistic approach to treatment. For me the therapeutic journey is a collaborative one in which both client and therapist commit to the journey. I am eclectically trained and hence will tailor the therapeutic approach to the needs of the client.⠀
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The basis of all I do in therapy is rooted in demonstrating genuineness, empathy, compassion, and upholding the highest standards of ethical practice. My goal is always that the client’s experience in therapy will pave the way for seeking psychological assistance in the future and engender trust and confidence in the profession. ⠀
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#TheLightHouse #lighthousearabia #TLH #abortion #infantloss #death #baby #parents #support #mentalhealth #psychology #Dubai
  • We are honored to offer a free-of-charge Grief Support meeting once a month for parents grieving the death of a child. You do not have to go through your grief alone.⠀

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    Date: Monday, March 25th⠀
    Time: 10AM-11:30AM⠀
    Fee: Free of charge⠀

    Reservation: link in bio⠀
    *Prior to joining, participants must have a free grief consultation. A grief consultation is a confidential, 60-minute session with a grief specialist, one-on-one. During this session, you will gain a deeper understanding of what grief is, what to expect from it, and how to heal through it.⠀

    ---⠀

    Dr. Ottilia Brown, PhD (South Africa)⠀
    Clinical Psychologist⠀

    I primarily work with late adolescents and adults and I enjoy taking a holistic approach to treatment. For me the therapeutic journey is a collaborative one in which both client and therapist commit to the journey. I am eclectically trained and hence will tailor the therapeutic approach to the needs of the client.⠀

    The basis of all I do in therapy is rooted in demonstrating genuineness, empathy, compassion, and upholding the highest standards of ethical practice. My goal is always that the client’s experience in therapy will pave the way for seeking psychological assistance in the future and engender trust and confidence in the profession. ⠀

    #TheLightHouse #lighthousearabia #TLH #abortion #infantloss #death #baby #parents #support #mentalhealth #psychology #Dubai
  • 8 1 2 hours ago
  • hey hey hey just wanted to say hey and that it’s okay if you didn’t get to go on vacation bc you couldn’t afford it and chose to work instead. it’s okay if you don’t have the most instagram-worthy photos of some vacation or a your body in a bikini. it’s okay if the only traveling you do is for business this break. it’s okay if you don’t have any fun spring break stories to come back to school and share with your friends. it’s okay if you did a lot of homework and studying and sleeping to get all caught up.
it’s okay to not have the most beautiful life portrayed on social media. because guess what: most people only show what they *want* to show. what they want other people to think.
in fact I’ll be upfront and say this first photo of me is me sucking in my tum a bit because even though i preach authenticity, I’m still terribly insecure. and that’s okay. it’s not bad to be insecure; all it does is show that we have some challenges to take head on to challenge those insecurities, and one day I’ll post a photo of my tummy that I’m terribly uncomfortable with because THIS IS MY ONE LIFE and gosh darn it I don’t want to waste it counting calories and being so focused on the “imperfections” of my BEAUTIFUL body that i forget why I was put on this earth in the first place.
I’ve been terribly depressed and anxious lately. Panic attacks at work and nearly fainting on the interstate because i can’t breathe. my hands are covered in cuts because I’ve been washing them too much. my face and back are scarred in sports from excoriation. I’m late to work nearly every day now because I have to go back and check everything in the apartment or drive around the lot three times before I leave. this is my reality, but I’m so grateful.
I have amazing friends, family, and coworkers. I have the option of obtaining a wonderful education. I am blessed. and I need to stop wasting so much time and energy on critiquing my body and self when I could be out there, you know, living my life.
idk this is just a ramble but just know that you’re okay, you’re not alone, you’re wonderful inside and out, and you’re gonna get better
  • hey hey hey just wanted to say hey and that it’s okay if you didn’t get to go on vacation bc you couldn’t afford it and chose to work instead. it’s okay if you don’t have the most instagram-worthy photos of some vacation or a your body in a bikini. it’s okay if the only traveling you do is for business this break. it’s okay if you don’t have any fun spring break stories to come back to school and share with your friends. it’s okay if you did a lot of homework and studying and sleeping to get all caught up.
    it’s okay to not have the most beautiful life portrayed on social media. because guess what: most people only show what they *want* to show. what they want other people to think.
    in fact I’ll be upfront and say this first photo of me is me sucking in my tum a bit because even though i preach authenticity, I’m still terribly insecure. and that’s okay. it’s not bad to be insecure; all it does is show that we have some challenges to take head on to challenge those insecurities, and one day I’ll post a photo of my tummy that I’m terribly uncomfortable with because THIS IS MY ONE LIFE and gosh darn it I don’t want to waste it counting calories and being so focused on the “imperfections” of my BEAUTIFUL body that i forget why I was put on this earth in the first place.
    I’ve been terribly depressed and anxious lately. Panic attacks at work and nearly fainting on the interstate because i can’t breathe. my hands are covered in cuts because I’ve been washing them too much. my face and back are scarred in sports from excoriation. I’m late to work nearly every day now because I have to go back and check everything in the apartment or drive around the lot three times before I leave. this is my reality, but I’m so grateful.
    I have amazing friends, family, and coworkers. I have the option of obtaining a wonderful education. I am blessed. and I need to stop wasting so much time and energy on critiquing my body and self when I could be out there, you know, living my life.
    idk this is just a ramble but just know that you’re okay, you’re not alone, you’re wonderful inside and out, and you’re gonna get better
  • 30 3 3 hours ago
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‘Beatriz Hotline Heroes’ | Suicide Prevention Lifeline
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I wish I could share a whole clip from the YouTube segment with the before mentioned title ^ I did with Power106 on here; I don’t think I’m allowed to though.😅
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I want to take a moment to acknowledge this video and what it meant to me at the time it was filmed. When my supervisor asked me if I was willing to do this little media piece, I seized the opportunity to share a bit about the work that we do as crisis counselors at the Suicide Prevention center. I was excited to push myself very much out of my comfort zone with intent to help break the stigma around suicide. I did not expect to be this open, tbh. I honestly thought they would edit out a lot of what I said, but I guess they decided to keep basically everything. 😂
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This isn’t a “omg look at me I’m on YouTube!” kind of moment for me. I actually still struggle with the idea of becoming more open on a public platform, even on a small scale. However, I know that in order to do this type of work, I have to be willing to be vulnerable in a way that not many people are comfortable with, myself included. My goal was to (hopefully) bring some humanity to the counselors receiving these crisis calls. No, we do not follow a script & we are not forced to be there. Every volunteer counselor has their own reason for being on the lines, and we genuinely want to be a resource for you. I hope this (and the other counselors’ videos you should DEFINITELY watch) help folks feel a little bit more comfortable with reaching out.💓
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With that being said, I am so grateful to be able to serve my community through mental heath work. I am so passionate about this and I appreciate all your heartfelt feedback on the video. I hope to share more with y’all.🤩
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#abeatslife #suicideprevention #mentalhealthstagram #abeatslifemh #mentalhealthmatters #endthestigma #18002738255
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    ‘Beatriz Hotline Heroes’ | Suicide Prevention Lifeline
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    I wish I could share a whole clip from the YouTube segment with the before mentioned title ^ I did with Power106 on here; I don’t think I’m allowed to though.😅
    .
    I want to take a moment to acknowledge this video and what it meant to me at the time it was filmed. When my supervisor asked me if I was willing to do this little media piece, I seized the opportunity to share a bit about the work that we do as crisis counselors at the Suicide Prevention center. I was excited to push myself very much out of my comfort zone with intent to help break the stigma around suicide. I did not expect to be this open, tbh. I honestly thought they would edit out a lot of what I said, but I guess they decided to keep basically everything. 😂
    .
    This isn’t a “omg look at me I’m on YouTube!” kind of moment for me. I actually still struggle with the idea of becoming more open on a public platform, even on a small scale. However, I know that in order to do this type of work, I have to be willing to be vulnerable in a way that not many people are comfortable with, myself included. My goal was to (hopefully) bring some humanity to the counselors receiving these crisis calls. No, we do not follow a script & we are not forced to be there. Every volunteer counselor has their own reason for being on the lines, and we genuinely want to be a resource for you. I hope this (and the other counselors’ videos you should DEFINITELY watch) help folks feel a little bit more comfortable with reaching out.💓
    .
    With that being said, I am so grateful to be able to serve my community through mental heath work. I am so passionate about this and I appreciate all your heartfelt feedback on the video. I hope to share more with y’all.🤩
    .
    #abeatslife #suicideprevention #mentalhealthstagram #abeatslifemh #mentalhealthmatters #endthestigma #18002738255
  • 42 3 3 hours ago
  • "I thought I knew my story, I thought I understood my struggles. Until roughly two weeks ago, I was diagnosed with PTSD. It was a surprise, and then I was mad at myself for letting it be a surprise. It was a hard reality to accept. Even as I was pushing for this project, even as I was fighting for this very cause, I still retrieved, I was still scared and wanted to bear this alone. Luckily, my community didn't let me hide. My producers reached out, my friends reached out. We celebrated small victories, and taught me to be kind to myself in temporary set backs. Healing is a process for all of us. I can't promise you we won't face giants that we feel like we can't beat, but I can promise you that we don't have to fight them alone." Wendy is the director of the Asian American mental health documentary, Things I Never Said that I've been working on these past months! She's been such a pleasure to work with and an amazingly strong and caring individual. If you haven't already, please check out our project @thingsineversaidfilm and donate to the campaign on the page to keep us up and running! 
#mentalhealthawareness #mentalhealthadvocacy #endthestigma #ptsd #recovery #asianamerican #director #filmmaker #portraitpage #portrait_vision #canon #5dmarkiii
  • "I thought I knew my story, I thought I understood my struggles. Until roughly two weeks ago, I was diagnosed with PTSD. It was a surprise, and then I was mad at myself for letting it be a surprise. It was a hard reality to accept. Even as I was pushing for this project, even as I was fighting for this very cause, I still retrieved, I was still scared and wanted to bear this alone. Luckily, my community didn't let me hide. My producers reached out, my friends reached out. We celebrated small victories, and taught me to be kind to myself in temporary set backs. Healing is a process for all of us. I can't promise you we won't face giants that we feel like we can't beat, but I can promise you that we don't have to fight them alone." Wendy is the director of the Asian American mental health documentary, Things I Never Said that I've been working on these past months! She's been such a pleasure to work with and an amazingly strong and caring individual. If you haven't already, please check out our project @thingsineversaidfilm and donate to the campaign on the page to keep us up and running!
    #mentalhealthawareness #mentalhealthadvocacy #endthestigma #ptsd #recovery #asianamerican #director #filmmaker #portraitpage #portrait_vision #canon #5dmarkiii
  • 80 4 3 hours ago
  • Irresistible price and 10XPure CBD just had a HISTORIC finding in mid February. When 10xPure CBD oil was being tested for Bio-availability (absorption), the scientists discovered something awesome.

It showed 10xPure CBD oil contains CBDA also. This was impossible! But it was in there in amounts up to 65%. Upon more research, they found that the 10xPure ingredient (when added to the process to make CBD oil) protected the CBDA so it was able to maintain its integrity even inside the body—even up until it passed through the kidney and liver cells.
🔆That means CBDA is doing it’s job in the body! 🔆

10x Pure is a revolutionary way to deliver broad spectrum CBD molecules / oil to the body by using 10x supercharged oil. It is PATENTED & CTFO has EXCLUSIVE. 
Just because a company’s bottle says it contains CBDA it doesn’t mean you are absorbing it! What is important to know is, regular CBDA is very likely to be destroyed before reaching the target area of the body by your body heat and body acid.

With our patented covalent bonding Supercharged 10xPure, we are able to protect the CBDA from going through the damaging process.
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What happens to potency / absorption?
500 mg potency with 10x Pure is approx. = to taking a dose of 3,000 – 5,000 mg!
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1500 mg potency is approx. = 9,000 – 15,000 mg

So when you buy one bottle it lasts most people for six months to a year! How much money will that save you?  But most importantly, you get REAL results! ... That is just half the story. No room here to share it all. Want to know more? Contact me.😊
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Click the link in my bio to order. ‼️Be sure to start with only 1 - 2 drops‼️ Now you AND your family can afford Excellent quality CBD!  @cbdweneed
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  • Irresistible price and 10XPure CBD just had a HISTORIC finding in mid February. When 10xPure CBD oil was being tested for Bio-availability (absorption), the scientists discovered something awesome.

    It showed 10xPure CBD oil contains CBDA also. This was impossible! But it was in there in amounts up to 65%. Upon more research, they found that the 10xPure ingredient (when added to the process to make CBD oil) protected the CBDA so it was able to maintain its integrity even inside the body—even up until it passed through the kidney and liver cells.
    🔆That means CBDA is doing it’s job in the body! 🔆

    10x Pure is a revolutionary way to deliver broad spectrum CBD molecules / oil to the body by using 10x supercharged oil. It is PATENTED & CTFO has EXCLUSIVE.
    Just because a company’s bottle says it contains CBDA it doesn’t mean you are absorbing it! What is important to know is, regular CBDA is very likely to be destroyed before reaching the target area of the body by your body heat and body acid.

    With our patented covalent bonding Supercharged 10xPure, we are able to protect the CBDA from going through the damaging process.
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    What happens to potency / absorption?
    500 mg potency with 10x Pure is approx. = to taking a dose of 3,000 – 5,000 mg!
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    1500 mg potency is approx. = 9,000 – 15,000 mg

    So when you buy one bottle it lasts most people for six months to a year! How much money will that save you? But most importantly, you get REAL results! ... That is just half the story. No room here to share it all. Want to know more? Contact me.😊
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    Click the link in my bio to order. ‼️Be sure to start with only 1 - 2 drops‼️ Now you AND your family can afford Excellent quality CBD! @cbdweneed
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    #HealthyAndFit #BestLifeProject #HealYourself #IAmWellAndGoodEats #WellLivedLife #LiveIntentionally #MentalHealthMatters #AnxietyRecovery #BreakTheStigma #EndTheStigma #MindBodyGreen #NourishYourBody #SelfLoveClub #HolisticPsychotherapist #MentalHealthtips #WellnessJourney #HolisticNutrition #HealingHearts #NaturalMedicine #ConsciousCommunity #WellnessBlog #MindBodyGram #LAHikes #SoulPurpose #AloYoga #MindfulMovement #PopSugarFitness #SelfEmpowerment
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