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Mental illness is not just having an intellectual deficiency, a personality disorder, depression, bipolarity, eating disorder, or an addiction. Our mind goes beyond! The mere fact of constantly feeling sad, low, negative, lost in life, or having thought patterns that cause self-destruction are also considered mental health struggles.
How many times have you wondered why someone acts in a certain type of way? You can’t see their logic. Why do we react differently to same situations? The way we feel and act is conditioned by our thoughts. Think about these following situations: You are playing a game of chess. You either play thinking…
“I need to get done with this huge list of tasks today.” I start to panic. Feel nervous and stressed. Too much to do, and so little time. I feel overwhelmed. I’m so tired. “I’m not good enough.” I get blocked. I feel the pressure and my mind and body don’t respond. I feel horrible…