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I cause my mental illness

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Say that to yourself. Out loud. Then repeat it. I don’t mean to sound rude but sometimes this is what we need to do. Now this is my opinion and it may be wrong but I think only 20 percent of mental illnesses are inherent where the person is not in control of the things that happen. Others are caused by our own selves. Allow me to explain. In my own case, I have quit 3 jobs in the past that...

Isolation isn’t all bad

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“If you’re depressed please don’t isolate” The statement above never made sense to me. Someone who is depressed would naturally isolate. In my opinion it’s not the isolation which is detrimental, but what you do in isolation. If you’re someone who stays in bed, stares the ceiling and overthinks for hours then please do not do that. However this is what I do, I...

This post is for YOU

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If you’ve had more sleepless nights then you could count, then this post is for YOU If your mind plays dangerous games with you, this post is for YOU If life has knocked you more times then you could count, this post is for YOU If you have given up on life, this post is for YOU If you think you’re the only one suffering, this post is for YOU If you have spent most part of your day in...

World Health Day

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On World Health Day, I would like to send out prayers and blessings to everyone fighting battles they do not talk about. Please be assured you are definitely not alone. We are in this together and we will fight through. When things seem tough remember how they have been better before and how they can be better again. Because if they are not better, then it is not the end. Talk about it to create...

Guess who went to the gym today (after ages)

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You guessed it right, it was me! ? Literally after 6 months I stepped inside my gym. Finally mustered the courage to do so. All my memories got refreshed instantly. Also, like always, it was not as bad as I had thought in my mind. Check the sky view around 7 am below (nature is beautiful!! ?) This is something I need to remind myself: to experience things before assuming how bad they will go. To...