Hello me again this is a message for everyone.
It's okay not to be okay.
Its okay not to feel good all the time.
It's okay to cancel plans because you want to be by yourself.
It's okay not to want to go out every day.
It's okay to fuck up.
It's okay to brake down.
It's okay to live life the way you want.
It's okay to be under weight or over weight.
What is not okay is trying to be something your not.
It's not okay to change yourself for people.
It's not okay to let yourself get sucked into drama.
It's not okay to be the only one that is trying in a friendship.
It's not okay to constantly put yourself down.
If people want to leave your life let them they are not worth it, yes this includes family members. I've learnt that good friends stay and help you out of the water and bad one leave and hope you drown getting your out.
I suffer from a lot of problems mentally, as my close friends will no I've struggled for a long time and it helps to think that this might help someone.
Sometimes the biggest win of the day is just waking up and sometimes it's getting outta my comfort zone.
Sometimes I just want to stay in bed and cry all day but as i slowly pull myself up out of the pit I've been in my bad days are gleaned upon by my good ones.
I have friends and family that love me and that's a lot more then a lot of people have.
So I was just wondering...
Which method of taking in medication do you prefer, the oral or the injection?
What I have read is the injection can be a hussle and a pain especially if you don't like needles. I also find pills a hussle because they seem uncomfortable to swallow.
So let me know what you think
Some days, I feel extraaaa inspirational 🙌 .
And other days are just harder 🤷♀️
That doesn't mean I should be proud of one and hide from the other. We as humans have lots of feelings, but it's when you continually force yourself to put on a brave face and lie to everyone around you that "You're great!" that you start to have issues 😖
Anxiety, depression, mental health, it's not something to shut in a closet to save your face or keep people from thinking poorly of you 🙅♀️
If more people would just talk about it, I think we'd figure out just how many of us are in the same boat and maybe, just maybe, knowing we weren't alone in our struggles would make it to where on the hard days, it got just a tiny bit easier 💞
38219 February, 2019
~POEMS~ ~It's hard to be happy when you always feel sad It's hard to feel caring when everyone makes you mad It's hard not to care when you see them all stare It's hard to be unique When you feel judged when you speak. It's hard to feel pretty when you think you always look shitty It's hard to feel small when you feel like a beach ball It's hard to be a girl in this world we call high school
Heck, it's hard to be a girl in this place we call earth Your heart gets broken, your confidence gets shattered People make fun of you which only gets you madder You try to put on a mask so nobody can see your hurt Because you don't want the world to think you're weak You act like you don't care, you act like its no big But when you get home you go up to your room and cry into your pillows and
You're scared to see what happens when they see that you messed up It's just not fair I just want someone to show they care and tell me that everything is gonna be okay~ #staystrong#strongpoem ❤️ #wecanfightthis
Does your mind race as soon your head hits the pillow? Does anxiety over work, money, or relationships keep you from going to sleep?
It’s normal to be anxious from time to time. But when anxiety and emotional problems routinely get in the way of a good night’s sleep, it’s time to take action before a potentially dangerous cycle begins.
When we feel angry, emotional, and upset there must be one person who will make a joke so we laugh. We are different from others. If asked whether we are compact? Obviously the answer is no. But there must be something crazy that we always do every day. #specialforces #tenthgenerationboss #wecanfightthis
For some reason this didn’t post the other day... But Sunday was Jayme’s angelversary. One whole year without you here with us, there’s not a day that passes where we don’t miss you. I love you girl. ❤️ .
If anyone knows of someone struggling with their sobriety, please help them through their struggles. It is such a tough thing to go through and will always be a persons’ biggest battle. Jayme was nine months sober before her overdose. She wanted to do right and help others with their sobriety and she was one hell of a sponsor. She was so full of life and was ready to live her life.. Please please please reach out if you need help- and if you’re on the other end of things, please lend an open ear or shoulder to cry on.. Be aware and spread the love. ❤️
46210 January, 2019
1 in 5 female children are sexually abused in the US. The US is one of the few countries that even bothers to get the statistics on this issue. Research also shows that this is so underreported so numbers are higher. But I didn’t need research to confirm that, especially since I am yet to meet any woman who when the issue of sexual abuse came up was not abused, or did not know at least one person close to her that was sexually abused. .
When I became a health care professional, I saw another side of this evil - the effects of this abuse. A lot of people NEVER recover fully. The physical, emotional, mental, and whatever kind of trauma that exists, lingers. .
Watching this R Kelly documentary series stirred up so much anger. There are many “R Kellys” every where. They are in our homes, churches, schools, and every place we trust. Most sexual abuse cases happen by a known perpetrator. .
This mess with R Kelly lingered because we let people’s ‘good side’ stop us from seeing their true characters. We also constantly blame people for their experiences instead of fighting for and with them. R Kelly has done and still does havoc. But, even more concerning is the predators we allow around us.
This is a fight! These molesters won’t back down if we stay passive. Here are some things you can do:
1. look out for children and really anyone around you and don’t keep quiet if you notice anything odd
2. Point out adults that sexualize children or teenagers. Call them out!
3. Stop blaming victims of abuse for their abuse! Children around you will hear it and suffer in silence
4. If you see something, SAY SOMETHING
A lot of times, people who are abused end up abusing others. There is a whole psychological pathway that explains this. Some people argue that’s how the monster R Kelly came about. .
If you have been abused, get professional help. Please, get help. If you know someone who has been, send them information on help.
The National Sexual Assault Hotline is available 24/7: Telephone: 800-656-HOPE (4673) Online chat: online.rainn.org
Tag any organizations that can help and specify the country they serve. #wecanfightthis#wecanwin