Hello Everyone. I Have A Problem… If Anyone Can Help It’ll Be A Blessing.

Hello Everyone. I Have A Problem… If Anyone Can Help It’ll Be A Blessing.

Good afternoon everyone, I’m trying my best to enjoy this Friday. I hope you all are doing great on today. I feel like today couldn’t get any worse. I’m not working at the moment but do have a income but I don’t get paid til next week on Thursday, and I’m behind on my Entergy bill from helping my sister with my niece’s funeral. I normally pay it online. I have half and I’m short 60$ I was wondering if any of my followers could really help me out, I’ll be able to repay you guys Thursday. If you can it’ll be a big help. I really don’t need or want my son in the dark.

P.S if you can’t it’s very understandable, and God bless you still, and thanks anyways. I don’t like to ask or bother others but it don’t hurt to try especially when it comes to my son.

I did payment arrangements and now I have a disconnection letter. I do have cash app and Netspend if anyone can help. $jackiechristopher

Anything would be appreciated.

Update! New Blog Post Coming In A Few Minutes…

Update! New Blog Post Coming In A Few Minutes…
Next Up!!

Good evening everyone!!!

I know you all have been waiting on this post…. and guess what?! It’s coming up in just a few minutes. Hang tight.

Yay!

I did a few changes to the title, but that’s it. I changed it to “A Guide To Understanding Mental Illnesses” instead. I think that’s much better for the title.

So… your (the) wait is just about over. I’m just finishing up, and adding a few more very IMPORTANT and the more INFORMATIVE things about mental illnesses to my post. Than…. I’ll proofread it and click publish after I’m finished.

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Mental Health: Get The Help And Treatment You Need… You Can Beat This!!

Depression, bipolar disorder, and schizophrenia are just some severe mental illnesses. All of them can be severe. Different emotions and feelings, and your thoughts are constantly racing. Dark emotions and feelings, and you feel like every thought is actually real. Feeling guilty and worthless everyday. Feeling like life just isn’t for you, you isolate yourself from everything and everyone, because you feel like no one understands you or what you’re going through. Or maybe…. you’re feeling like you’re alone, feeling like nothing nothing or no one can help you…

But that’s not true…

You are not alone. I have suffered from major depression and anxiety for so many years. More than 8 years. And I have suffered by myself and also I didn’t get treatment quick either, I suffered alone for along time… and I promise you it just gets worse and worse. It’s HELL. Everyday is a repeated nightmare. Get help.

There’s treatments that’ll help you. Don’t sit there thinking things a get better by themselves because it won’t! Trust me. You can beat this, and you can start off by seeking help and receiving treatment. You’ll thank me later… I promise you. You don’t have to be in despair everyday because there’s therapy, and counseling as well. Always remember you are not alone. Mental illnesses isn’t something you can run from or be prepared for… it just happens.

Anybody’s a victim. It just comes without a warning, and if you haven’t experienced it… you’re very lucky! Very blessed. I don’t wish mental illness on no one, you hear me?! It’s like you’re not the old you. Sometimes you feel like “what’s wrong with you?” Or you say to yourself “you need another brain!” Sometimes it feels like you’re going insane!

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Mental Health: Looks Can Most Definitely Be Deceiving… Don’t Believe It

Mental Health: Looks Can Most Definitely Be Deceiving… Don’t Believe It

A person can have everything they could ever imagine. Their life is so perfect, and you never hear anything negative about them. They could be living in a 3 story house, beautiful kids, and a wife/husband.

That husband could be facing unexplainable emotions and feelings. He’s probably ashamed because he’s the man of the house, and men are suppose to be strong. Right?!


A person could be the happiest wife, prettiest wife….

With a big paying job… and on the inside, when that person is by themselves…

Guess what?! At night that person could be struggling with depression, and/or anxiety attacks. That person might be fighting for their life on the inside.

When that person is by themself, and home alone… they probably just sit crying inside. You never know what a person is going through. You never know what type of demons a person could be fighting on a daily basis. You don’t know what type of emotions or/and feelings this person face everyday. They feel like they’re dying on the inside. Thoughts and emotions rushing through your mind, feeling hopeless, feeling like nothing is even worth it. You’re just so unhappy. But you pretend well because you don’t know who to trust… or who to tell.

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Mental Health: When Major Depression Makes You Lose Hope, Remember Don’t Give Up, There Is Hope

Mental Health: When Major Depression Makes You Lose Hope, Remember Don’t Give Up, There Is Hope

Losing hope from major depression can make life very difficult. It can make every moment, every part, of life feel impossible.

No matter what your situation is, don’t lose hope and don’t lose focus. The belief that your life can and will get better is a essential part of recovery from major depression. Happily, hope a renewable resource.

Everyday won’t be a good day, some days are worse than others, but hope guides us through the darkest times. Without it, we stay mired in despair. Hope allows us to believe that change is very possible— that even in the midst of that relapse, you’ll find yourself again. Hope is what gives us the strength to right back up and try again.

What is hope exactly, and how to sustain it?

It’s a character trait that helps us thrive. The desire to attain a certain end and the belief it is very much possible to attain it.

Hope relies on what psychologists call “agency”— the certainty that you can deploy control over your actions and your environment.

Optimism also plays a big role— the confidence that things will somehow work out for the better. “Hope” is a combination of lessening suffering and psychic pain and building more positive assumptions for the future.

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Mental Health: Don’t Worry About What Others Say About Your Mental Illness

Mental Health: Don’t Worry About What Others Say About Your Mental Illness
Worry Less Live More

You’re not to blame for your mental illness, neither are you to blame, for the thoughts and feelings that comes right along with it. It’s not your fault, it’s a medical result. Something you don’t want but truly and honestly, you gets no choice… it’s remorseless. It also affects your behavior, and concentration, making it difficult to do the simplest things.

When it comes to mental illness… people say the darnedest things!! With no kind of understanding.

Mental illness is sometimes debilitating, embarrassing, and really really misunderstood. Many people just don’t understand. What’s the most insensitive thing someone’s said to you about your mental illness??

I’ve heard things like “I had depression and I got over mine.” Really?! Yes! How harsh is that right? I’ve also heard, “it’s time for you to grow up now,” or “maybe you need a hobby,” wow right? I’m serious. I’m telling you the truth. It’s devastating. That was horrible to say to someone with a mental illness.

But no matter what, don’t let such ignorance get to you. People need to think before speaking because, you never know what someone is going through. Sometimes you don’t have to say nothing. Your presence could be enough. Imagine a friend comes to see you in the hospital, don’t know why but, when you tell him/her they reply, “At least it’s not cancer,” enough for you to slap them (lol) just kidding, just a little humor…. but yeah it makes you angry because mental illness is just as serious as other physical illnesses. You can to die from mental illness just like you can die from a physical condition.

Everyone is “fighting a battle you know nothing about.” So try to be kind… you won’t die from being kind. You can’t judge a book by it’s cover is indeed a very true saying.

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Mental Health: Some People Just Don’t Understand The Battles, Nor The Struggles, Of Having A Mental Illness

Mental Health: Some People Just Don’t Understand The Battles, Nor The Struggles, Of Having A Mental Illness

 What Is Mental Illness??….

Mental Illness: are health conditions including changes in thinking or behavior (or a combination of these), and emotion. Mental illness are associated with distress or/and problems, functioning in social activities, or work. Each person will have, or may have different experiences, even those with the same diagnosis.

Understand Mental Illness Symptoms: It can happen to anyone, without a warning. Girl or boy, man or woman… mental illness does not discriminate. Even some celebrities battle mental illness. So… why is it so ‘unbelievable’ or so ‘unreal’ to so many people? It doesn’t matter the gender, the color, the age, or if you’re super rich.

 Major depression and anxiety is a medical problem, just like diabetes, and lupus. Mental illness is nothing to be ashamed about. Nothing.

Dealing with major depression and anxiety isn’t at all easy, a lot of people actually believe you can just ‘shake it off’ and you’ll be alright. Not! Don’t we all wish it was really that simple? When the anxiety kicks in, or when you’re just constantly sad, and full of emotions, don’t we all just wish we could shake those feelings quick like so many people think? I wish it was just that easy to shake major depression, or any mental illness. But it’s not at all easy. It also takes time to find the right medications that’s right for you. Having a mental illness is hard! For all of us. It’s not just something that comes and goes in our lives. It’s something we might have to deal with for the rest of our lives. You can’t just ‘snap out of it.’ 

 Having a good support system, eating right, taking your meds everyday, and getting counseling and other resources that may be helpful to you, you can actually live a normal life. Now on the other hand, if you don’t have a great support system, it can be tough on you, but don’t give up on you. I know, and understand how it feels to not have any support, and I know how it feels to go through it alone. It makes you isolate yourself from everyone, because you’re always being told “You choose to be this way” or “I had depression before and I was okay.” Sometimes you might even hear “snap out of it already” or “You have no reason to be depressed.” 

Not knowing, or understanding, what you’re actually going through. Not understanding, that each day is a battle, a battle that’s so hard for you, each day is a fight, a fight for your life, it’s like a nightmare that just doesn’t want to leave you. So many dark thoughts, and feelings, so many emotions, you just go numb.

 Some people are just so inconsiderate, and ignorant. Having a mental illness is already a big war day-by-day with your mind, feeling like your worthless, feeling like you don’t belong, feeling like your all alone, feeling lost, feeling happy one minute and a few minutes later your sad, trying to think positive but the thoughts are still there floating inside of you, in your mind. Thoughts racing, feeling so guilty, feeling so drained… by the time night time fall… the only energy you have left, is to just get in bed.

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