Let’s get real with each other. You’re struggling. I can see it.
Today feels like I am alone and like no one could possibly understand this feeling and so I won’t talk about it.
Mental illness is fluid. It’s ever-changing, and there’s no definite solution. It’s different for everyone. No one is ever “cured” of it. It will always be there.
“Are you putting yourself out there?”
There is a time for suffering and there is a time for healing. Be patient, you’ll be okay at the right time.
The anxious mind is like a mutant Frankenstein type combination of 50 percent evil genius, 50 percent needy pre-teen who watched too many movies.
I don’t want to continue to believe that my anxiety and depression are too much of a weight to put on someone else so what’s the point in even falling love.
The anxiety of being 22. A friend wrote: “I’m 22, I want to start a business, I want to write, I want to help entrepreneurship in my country. I can’t decide.”
Let go of the hateful body shaming people and tell yourself that they are insecure with themselves and what they say is not a reflection of you but a reflection of them.
On some days you are too physically and mentally exhausted to get out of bed. At times, the world can be way too much for your mind to handle, and you’ll need to take a few days off and rest your mind and tired body.