“If you’re not well, but you know the clinic won’t be a help for you, go to us. We will be there. If you’re struggling, it’s time you step out of your silence, and speak to us. We will listen.”
“Why?” Almost always the first question when we tell someone we’re depressed or someone we know is. “Why would she be depressed?” We hear these words a lot.
..when I’m anxious or depressed, I look after my plants and I feel better. It reminds me to keep breathing and living. As if plants became part of self-care
But the truth is listening to our body, our own thoughts, and nature can be a form of healing. Maybe even the most helpful.
These things and thoughts we store in our spaces- either in our rooms or in our minds- that don’t actually give value in our lives- let’s call them clutter
If you’re considering working in college, but have doubts whether you can really do it or not, you should go for it.
Books tackle Mental Illness
I always wanted to be open about my mental health. Talking about it makes it less painful, less difficult to accept, and more bearable.