The monsters we fight with. (Click to enlarge)

The monsters we fight with. (Click to enlarge)

How to cope with anixiety and depression, how to cope with the physical effects of depression and anxiety, mental health advice

Physical symptoms of depression and anxiety and how to deal with them

Physical effects of depression and anxiety. The symptoms can be overwhelming. Is is normal to gain weight and have panic attacks? What are the side effects of medication?

Heart palpitations and chest pain, sometime-symptoms of Fibromyalgia or as overlapping illness.

Viparita Karani yoga pose - Legs up the wall - Encourages circulation of blood and lymph from the feet and legs. Bathes the abdomen in fresh blood, stimulating the digestive organs. Soothes the nervous system, allowing your body to shift its attention fr

Thing's no one mentions but things a INFJ sees & has the ability to effortlessly point out ask any specialist empath or scientists they nod & agree unable to explain how or why this is possible google us we're invisible but here...

a tee 👌 NEVER underestimate my ability to cut you out of the picture; it's why my mama is no longer in the show 👋

Quote on mental health stigma - I feel like I can't open up to my friends about my anxiety and depression, because they'll think I just want attention.

Mental health stigma quote - Depression, anxiety and panic attacks are not signs of weakness. They are signs of trying to remain strong for far too long.

Symptoms of PTSD | PTSD UK | Post Traumatic Stress Disorder

I suffered from PTSD for 15 years before becoming aware of it. I spent 7 years in deep healing and have profound peace and happiness today.

Quote in depression: It all stars with not wanting to get out of bed, that´s how you know you´re getting bad again. www.HealthyPlace.com

Quote in depression: It all stars with not wanting to get out of bed, that´s how you know you´re getting bad again. www.HealthyPlace.com

Helps to have insight into how it feels from the other side...maybe take some of the sting out of being on the sharp end of actions that come out of someone feeling this

Borderline Personality Disorder summed up in a sentence: I feel too much." I'm well aware.

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