30 Tips for People With a Mental Illness from Those Who Have Been There

30 Tips for People With a Mental Illness from Those Who Have Been There

Here’s a collection of insightful tips for people with a mental illness. These… - Tap the link now to Learn how I made it to 1 million in sales in 5 months with e-commerce! I'll give you the 3 advertising phases I did to make it for F

Mental Illnesses & neuro-biochemical disorders we fight & try to control every day. We don't want pity--we ask for moments of understanding & compassion. We use therapy, trial-and-error medication "cocktails, " & every available tool yet suffer days where we are simply overwhelmed by life. ~ kira sunbird

A neuro-biochemical illness we fight every day. We dont want pity --we ask for moments of understanding & compassion. We use therapy, trial-and-error medication "cocktails, " & every available tool and sometimes it's all just too much.

10 Survival Tips For Living With a Mental Illness

10 Survival Tips for Living With a Mental Illness

10 Survival Tips For Living With a Mental Illness -I'm relieved that I can finally check everything on this list & I'm going to stick with it- ❤️

Mental health stigma quote: You are so brave and quiet, I forget you are suffering. www.HealthyPlace.com

Mental health stigma quote: You are so brave and quiet, I forget you are suffering. Depression is a quiet illness.

Quote on mental health stigma: Those who suffer from mental illness are stronger than you think. We must fight to go to work, care for our families, be there for our friends, and act ‘normal’ while battling unimaginable pain. www.HealthyPlace.com

Mental health stigma quote - Those who suffer from mental illness are stronger than you think. We must fight to go work, care for our families, be there for our friends, and act ‘normal’ while battling unimaginable pain.

"Everyday affirmations are the key to success, that's what abs says anyway"

"To anyone suffering with mental illness. You are one bad ass mother f*cker because nothing is more terrifying than battling with your own mind every single day.

Yes. This. People don't understand how hard it is to act "normal". I am strong! I must keep telling myself this!

Those who suffer from mental illness are stronger than you think. We must fight to go to work, care for our families, be there for our friends, and act 'normal' while battling unimaginable pain

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