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15 hours ago
How about trying some natural #anxiety / #stress relief that has worked for me and some of my friends? 🤷🏼‍♂️

Nothing to lose! (No, really. 30 day money back) and it helps support me. ♥️

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2 days ago
People who suffer from mental illness deserve respect and kindness.

Empathy is severely lacking these days. Just imagine if you were in the person's situation, even if you don't know everything.

Treat people how you want to be treated.

#MentalHealthAwareness
#EndTheStigma
3 days ago
Therapists aren't usually free. But research is; and you can have at least one or a couple of close (e-)friends who understand what you're going through to support each other in times of need.
Even if you have a therapist, you should be learning how to help yourself too. 👌🏻
3 days ago
You know what a good outfit to wear is? Self-confidence! Assuming it's not overdone.

A few things to remember:
- nobody is perfect, but everyone can be accepted. flaws included
- we all make mistakes
- use criticism to learn
- when you complain, try to make it constructive
3 days ago
You heal by releasing and/or accepting, not by suppressing.

I was interviewed for BP magazine about ACT therapy, which is a great method IMO; and you can read some about it here. ⤵️
https://t.co/VnjPuLLm4d
3 days ago
I’ve recently noticed cognitive changes such as:
• Memory issues; especially with short term, but recalling from long term memory is also slow.
• Difficulty finding the right words and having conversations (verbal fluency)
And I'm afraid it's because of my MS. Very frustrating.