Dealing With A Mental Illness? Embarrassed?Check Out My Blog… Face Depression

Dealing With A Mental Illness? Embarrassed?Check Out My Blog… Face Depression

Mental Illnesses are real and some can be very severe. Without getting help you won’t be able to heal. You won’t be able to get your life back in order. The first step is getting help, the second step is knowing about your health, your sickness and medications that’s going to actually help.

You are not alone

Getting or needing help does not mean that you are weak. Don’t listen to that foolishness. You are human, you are strong! Hell anybody dealing with a mental illness are the strongest people.

I really hate all the stigma that surrounds Mental Illnesses, because of it, people are ashamed or embarrassed to really admit that they’re dealing with a sickness. When mental illnesses are really the same as any other illness.

Mental health affects millions of people in America. It is really really time to start talking about it. Stop hiding it! Be open about it! Not getting help will just drive the hell out of you. Don’t listen to what others say to you, don’t listen to what others may think about you, get the help that you need so that you can breathe, and be the best you that you can be.

It’ll set your mind free, you won’t have to worry about your mind racing. You’ll be more calm, you’ll be able to think and get things done. You won’t have to worry about all those emotions, because getting the help that you need makes you more focused.

Getting the help that you need, you’ll finally be able to breathe, you’ll be able to live!

Always remember you are not alone, you are strong, and getting the help that you need just means you’re even stronger!!

You can live a great life with a mental illness as long as you take care of yourself, take your medications, and keep up with all your appointments.

Talk to your family doctor or therapist… You got this!! Don’t give up and keep fighting, don’t let depression or anxiety, take over your life. Face it! Fight it! Treat it! Beat it!

It’s Been Awhile… But I’m Still Alive

It’s Been Awhile… But I’m Still Alive
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Hello everyone!! I know it’s been awhile, but I had to take care of me. It got to a point to where I lost so much weight, and I’m already a petite woman. My weight has been going up and down for some time now. My normal weight would be 114 and I had gone down to as low as 90 pounds. Oh my God right?! I’m not perfect at all, and i am also still working on me, and I’m doing so much better now. I am now at 104 pounds, and i plan to keep it this way. Sometimes I get so stressed and depressed to where I won’t eat, it’s not purposely, but if you deal with major depression, or any other mental illness you’ll understand. My doctors are so caring, it could be after business hours and she/or he would call me just to make sure i’m okay, or just to let me know that someone actually cares. They would call just to make sure I ate something that day, even if it’s eating on crackers, or a sandwich, but making sure I drink plenty fluids, especially water. I have great doctors!! They’ll call amd check up on me, motivate me, while also helping me. 

While doing all that, they also reminded me that my son Jayden needs his mother, also he needs his mother to be strong! He needs his mother to be healthy! I can’t be strong or healthy not eating or drinking anything. Like I said, it’s not purposely, but after 2/14/2019 I made a commitment to myself, no matter how depressed or stressed I may get I will make myself eat and drink something, I can’t and won’t keep doing this to myself. 

I decided that my health is way more important. Major depressive disorder and anxiety isn’t easy at all, or any other mental illness, and being around negative people, isn’t healthy. I stay in a house with 6 adults and 5 kids and I only have 1 child, there’s no peace, no quiet, no privacy, and last but not least, no understanding. My mental illness is crazy to them.

To them, my depression isn’t serious!! I can just snap out of it to them. Which we all know, it doesn’t work like that! We all wish that it would and could though right??! Depression is real! Depression can also be very severe. My depression so serious to where my doctor’s are trying to sign me up for disability. But to my family it’s not.

“You have no reason to be depressed,” or “I’ve had depression but it went right away.” This is what I hear all the time. Oh yeah and, “You choose to be this way.” Really?! Who would choose to be sad everyday? Who would choose to have a fight everyday with their mind? Who would choose to have all those different emotions and feelings everyday? Who would choose to just wake up in despair everyday? Who would choose not to eat on purpose?

Being around all that would really take a toll on you. Lately I’ve been in good spirit, and I’m not letting no one get to me anymore. I have to do better for my son and I, and that I am doing. I got a call for a 2 bedroom apartment, and I thank God for it. That’ll be a great start for my son and I, and also a peace of mind.

I’m not complaining but staying in a crowded house, plus having a mental illness, hearing nothing but negativity, no understanding about your mental illness, no peace and quiet, and people saying “you’re crazy” or you chose to be that way,” is stressful. Also, it’s not good for your health or your mental health.

This is why I understand those who struggle alone, and have no one to lean on. Some people are just careless, and ignorant. They sound just the way they talk… Ignorant.

But you are not alone, and I’m one good example. There’s plenty other people struggling but won’t come out with it because of the negativity and ignorance people say. Mainly family members.

Getting help and knowing you need help is just showing how strong you are, and that you care enough to get help and knowing what people say doesn’t matter!!

P.s sorry everyone for the long long absence to all my followers… I’m doing great, I’m much better than ever and eating everyday, and taking my medicine everyday how I am supposed too. 🥰🥰😘😘 I hope each and everyone of you have a great and blessed day/week.

Your Mental Health Matters

Your Mental Health Matters

Good morning everyone. Happy Wednesday to you all, and i pray that you all have a blessed day.

Times get hard, but don’t give up, never give up, just keep pushing. Mental illnesses are extremely hard, and a lot of people don’t actually believe that they’re severe, and the affects that they can have on a persons everyday life. But that’s why im here, to explain, and to let everyone know that mental illnesses (depression) are in fact so real, that a person you’re around almost everyday, could be struggling with a mental illness, but won’t say nothing because of the stigma of mental illnesses. Being ashamed, and embarrassed, but im here to tell you, your mental health matters!

I wanted to share with you all how good my video is doing on Pinterest. If you have time, please do check it out. Let’s stop the stigma of mental illnesses. I’m so proud of how many impressions my video is getting, it means my video is being seen.

Check it out and tell me what you all think.

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