Can you trust what you see in the mirror?
From someone who lives with it.
We may not be able to tell you what we need. But we don’t want you to leave.
Should we be forced to sacrifice our mental health for physical?
Don’t worry, there’s plenty of other words you can use.
Here’s the thing: I can’t do anything about my anxiety any more than I can make my hair naturally smooth or my boobs bigger – it’s part of who I am.
It was easily the most bizarre thing I’ve ever done in the name of natural mental health remedies. But I’d do it all over again.
Forget pedicures and bubble baths.
Because if you don’t take care of you first, you won’t be able to take care of anyone else.
I have a pranic healer.
It’s kind of like telling someone “If you’re hungry, come over for dinner.”
No matter how much I denied it, it was obvious that I was depressed.
Most people suffering from bipolar disorder think we’re fine — better than fine, super fine.