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December 2, 2016 6:27am CST
Mental health is probably one of the most hardest things to deal with in life. Some people can go through out life without it even effecting their day to day lives, but for those living with it everyday can be the hardest struggle. How many people struggle without even knowing somethings wrong? How many people scream and shout, even end relationships with someone they love all because something has changed within them. Something you may not be able to tell anyone but inside your dying, many people will know how to relate or can even say they have been through the same thing but my big question does it really ever go away the feelings of worthlessness. Some people Cal it being lazy or being a drama queen but I think it's nothing like that, I think it's when your afraid, your afraid of being who you are, your afraid of getting things wrong, afraid of could be's and what if's. It doesn't matter, life only matters when your around to see it, even if you don't have a lot of family or any family dont think of your self alone, don't think that no one would care, I care! you don't know me nor I you but you are loved and thought about. It's easy to just let go, but think about all the thing you would let go. The perfect sunset, an amazing view, a simple smile from a passer by. Think of the smaller joys in life everyone the smallest things make all the difference.
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@JudyEv (118536)
• Bunbury, Australia
2 Dec 16
Having mental illness must be very, very difficult. I don't really understand it very well but I'm sure it must be very hard sometimes.
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2 Dec 16
Willingness to try to understand is the first step to a greater understanding mental illness is out there and affecting anyone, in any religion, race or faith x
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2 Dec 16
It's just one of those things that is hard for people to understand unless they are going through it themselves.
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