First, let me give a shout out to all who are having a rough time but still in the game! I know how difficult life can be, so let me give you major props for hanging on like you do.
Do you deal with anxiety? Do you worry and obsess mostly about things you can’t control?
I definitely do, which is why I love a short video by Tiffany Jenkins from Jugglingthejenkins.com. She created a video where she personifies and mocks her anxiety, and it’s brilliant.
I definitely believe that sometimes we shouldn’t take ourselves too seriously because that only gives our mental issues that much more power.
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Missing In Sight
Cheers to better health.
What if we talked about mental health the way we talk about physical health?
Click the link below to find a short but humorous video at what it sounds like when people talk to those with mental health issues. It’s okay to laugh because the video is funny, but, through humor, it also makes a serious point. Please click below. Thanks.
Physical health versus mental health video. What if?
Please share this with those you know. We need to end the stigma of mental illness and we can only do this by continuing conversations like these.
How I feel this Monday! Please click the link for a hilarious Gif below. You won’t be sorry.
Hey! Do you want to be entertained? Do you need a good laugh right now? Then check out my short-but-sweet post where I discuss the TMI of my week using Gifs. Guaranteed to make you smile or your money back. Just click the link below.
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This is my latest post published on HealthyPlace.com. Though it is catered toward those with dissociative identity disorder, the principles that help one become a thriver instead of survivor are meant for all.
Do you call yourself a survivor or a thriver? What does it mean to survive and thrive? One dictionary defines the word “survive” as continuing to live or to simply exist1. Another dictionary defines “survive” as to live through a dangerous situation 2. For those of us with dissociative identity disorder, surviving comes naturally. Developing DID was our only means of survival as children. As adults, could there be more for us than just surviving DID? Are we just going to live with DID, endure and get by with its many complications? Is surviving all there is to life? Could we actually learn to thrive with DID, to prosper, flourish, and succeed? What is the difference in surviving and thriving with dissociative identity disorder? Click the link below to find the answers you need.
Hello, friends. If you need a laugh or want to be entertained, then this post is for you. Click the link below to find a humorous and playfully self-deprecating view at the ups and downs of our week using Gifs.