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Posted - 10/10/2010 :  07:50:14  Show Profile
i must not yell at myself for antying such as my thinking or messing up by accident, give myself a break! i have to listen to my positive feed inside for i know it comes from God. i want to look in the mirror not frightened but familiarity and think i love you. i won't drink alcohol or do drugs. i won't overeat terrible foods. i will give myself a break, i am only human and i mess up, it is okay!
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Posted - 03/29/2011 :  09:16:09  Show Profile
Good advice for giving ourselves a break. Yes we are human and cannot beat ourselves up for every time that we have thinking outside the norm. I am not a predictable person in terms of mood and temperament so I need to reconcile with people who matter the most to me and change the things that I can change and not blame it all on the illness.

As for not hurting myself, I find that it is a good idea to think about positive things in life. Focus on that glimmer of hope and the healthy parts of our mental health, the things that we can do, whether working, socializing, whatever hobbies and structure that we can add to our lives to give it meaning and purpose.

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Posted - 11/05/2014 :  19:32:45  Show Profile
When we think we are messed up or something like that, we might need a little break. We only are humans, we make mistakes, and we treat them as lessons and make them our strength in life.
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Posted - 11/13/2014 :  19:29:10  Show Profile
You have a good positive outlook in life. Never think of the negative ones.
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