Use a paper, your phone notes, your computer, the back of a receipt, your arm, a napkin; anything that you can write on. Jot this down & think about it. ✨ Journaling truly changed my life.
#Repost @cosmiccolette (@get_repost) ・・・ WHAT YOU COULDN’T TELL One of the major misconceptions about mental illnesses is that you have to LOOK sad/sick to have one. Even after having a mental illness for 5 years I still believed this myself and it prevented me from seeking help. Instead of getting the treatment I deserved, I tried to numb the pain myself.
Some weekend inspiration for you ⭐️ #Repost @enjoythej0urney (@get_repost) ・・・ Do you attach meaning to certain objects and places? My whole life, I’ve shoved away and hidden the things that bring up bad memories for me.
#Repost @fatisnotanadjective (@get_repost) ・・・ On May 28, 2013, my life turned upside down in a way I could never imagine.
#Repost @leenahlovesherself (@get_repost) ・・・ I love how this photo is mostly black & white with a splash of color. When you’re struggling with mental illness (or even just life in general) everything can seem like a blur and like every thing is very one-note – like there isn’t any color or light.
“Bri saved her own life” Bri credits Amy and Dr. Rajendran for saving her life
Starting this Friday off with some #selflove and #beauty For my African Queens #Repost @fatisnotanadjective ・・・ As I previously mentioned, I will be posting some of the pages I have found the most inspirational throughout the month. Today- let’s show @sassy_latte some love!!! #Repost @sassy_latte ・・・ Black girl magic, you ask?
#Repost @fatisnotanadjective with @repostapp ・・・ Today’s theme for self love boot camp is flashback Friday. Usually the idea of this is an old picture of you and a more recent picture but to me, that’s not helpful. So- I want to put a little spin on this and compare my old thoughts to new thoughts.
Good to be back NYC
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