Tag: support

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I discussed in my last blog post about a need for validation. When you have trust issues, depression, anxiety, and you mix it in with loneliness, it’s a recipe for disaster. Not trusting people, but always being lonely leads some, like me, to constantly seek out validation from others. There is a need to be…




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Whenever you feel inspired, open your heart, empty your mind and listen.
See what is it calling you to do, what is it inspiring to be, get a sense of the vision for your life that your inspiration is showing you.

Trust that. 😉




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Mental illness is illness. It’s not a choice. Not a decision or a lifestyle. It’s an illness. Like most illnesses, there are a variety of severities and types. Some people might have a depressive period for a short time – just like someone might have a bout of glandular fever for a short time. It doesn’t last forever,…




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When you truly get this, when this knowing hits home for you and you comprehend it 100% you are free! You are unplugged from the “matrix”, you are off the grid, you are outside the box…there was never any box to begin with.
You will sense that you are above the water when everyone else is drowning.
“There is no spoon”
Have fun.




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‘Love is not what you say it’s what you do’ (unknown)  I recently found out my sister has breast cancer to say I’m heartbroken is an understatement and I feel more for my sister who is having panic attacks left right and centre.  Therefore I pulled myself together and done research on how I could…




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“Don’t carry your mistakes around. Instead place them under your feet to use as stepping stones.” – Unknown Wonderful wisdom, isn’t it? While steeping my tea bag in hot water this morning, I discovered the anonymous quote on the little paper square that hung over the side of the cup. My mind immediately formed a…




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This evening, I was watching a film called ‘A girl like her’. It is a ‘mockumentary’ following a young girls experience of bullying. A quote in the film stood out for me, it went something like: