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mental health

It’s okay to ask for help

This post is for all my healers out there. You may be more comfortable with giving help; however, you may need help, too. You may be taught to be independent and self-reliant. It’s also crucial to be open to help as well. You don’t have to go through life on your own. Life is already tough as it is. Life is meant to be shared, and you are worthy of love and understanding. Help can come in many forms, and it starts with communicating your feelings and needs. Maybe you need to let  ...

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mental health

Share your story

Have you ever felt stuck/lost/confused on the path that you’ve taken? You are not alone. Oftentimes you may feel inclined to help others, but what about YOU? You may need help, too. When you neglect yourself, you may feel exhausted and unmotivated. You may question your actions and feel shame. You may not be aware of the different feelings and bodily signals that are trying to send you a message. You are not alone. It’s okay to share your stories with others. Your friends may  ...

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mental health, personal, wellness

You are your own best friend

Stories of rejection and disappointment have become too familiar for you. The more you grow older, the more you realize that you cannot rely on other people to please you or make you happy. External happiness is not the most reliable form of happiness. So, what is? Have you thought about internal happiness? We may not be familiar with your being your own best friend (that may sound kind of cheesy), but your mind, breath, and heart are always with you as long as you are alive. Why not become  ...

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mental health

Feeling overwhelmed

Ever feel overwhelmed? Yup, that’s exactly how I’m feeling right about now. I am a human being and I have feelings. I am choosing to honor this feeling now. I am not pushing it away. I am sitting with the discomfort. I know I’m not the only one who’s feeling this. I know that the feeling will pass. I will be okay. I am okay.

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