I want to share what I go through on a day to day basis so others will be able to see that there is no shame in having a mental illness and that you can live your life

Keywords: adhd , anxiety , bipolar , c-ptsd , depression , help , mental health , mental illness , resources , your not alone

I also want to be able to show those that are not struggling what it is like so that they can have a better understanding of us. I want to break the stigma.

https://onemomentatatime486277057.wordpress.com/2021/09/25/repost-this-is-me

I’m always going to be as young as I’ll ever be and as old as I’ve ever been

Keywords: Journal , ageing , creative writing , journal , life is short , live in the moment , reflection , self development , thoughts , writing , youth

Time doesn’t stop. And ageing doesn’t stop. But life also doesn’t stop. And I’m so excited to keep going, and to discover the life I’m going to live.

https://laurenkathleenillustration.com/2021/09/09/twenty-two

I believe we can’t help but to want to be better human beings and do our part to make this earth a more beautiful home for all living beings

Keywords: teaching

My breath become fuller and my back became stronger and more flexible. I felt more confident in myself and I found myself wanting to be a better person, to improve on qualities such as practicing patience and forgiveness, and balancing out the various aspects of life such as work, socializing and play time, exercising, eating well, spending quality time with Rick, spending time in nature, gardening, learning, reading, sleeping. I know that maintaining balance is a constant effort; it’s the dance of life. Yoga helps me to navigate the dance gracefully.

https://frangallo.wordpress.com/2010/03/18/on-teaching-yoga

I wanted to be a part of something greater than just a 9 to 5 corporate corporation

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I believe that my unique perspective of being someone in their mid-20’s who is attempting to eventually go digital in work and international in life could be incredibly helpful to some of you who are in the midst of making your own big life choices and leaps of faith. My experiences living, studying, and working abroad have taught me a lot about how to navigate through unfamiliar situations, and I want to be there with concrete tools and advice for you if you’re finding that you’re in a similar boat now – whether you be going abroad or staying domestic! I also know from experience that making big leaps can be incredibly daunting, especially if the people you are closest to have not been through similar experiences or are not jumping for joy for you and your big changes ahead. Sometimes you just need an ear to listen and bounce ideas off of, someone who knows what you are going through because they’ve been there before, and most of all, a cheerleader on your side. If this service is one that sounds beneficial to you please don’t hesitate to go to my contact section and reach out to me via email for more information!

https://rose-colored-sunglasses.com/2021/08/27/hey-im-maddie [ = rosecoloredsunglasses614003271.wordpress.com/2021/08/27/hey-im-maddie ]

I told her that was the best possible card I could ever receive on this date

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One friend wrote a beautiful tribute about me and shared it with me. It honestly sounded a bit like a eulogy, but that’s ok. I think we have things on earth screwed up. We wait until a person is dead to tell them how much we love them and say nice things about them. I think we should do that while people are living.

https://squirrelchat.wordpress.com/2021/07/21/6-years-later-ill-take-it

When the rest of my life was falling apart, when I was lonely and afraid, depressed and self-destructive, I had dinner

Keywords: personal growth and spirituality , abraham maslow , creativity , psychology , self-development

A different way of looking at “the used life,” perhaps. As a means of using our capacities to create a firm foundation. As a way of coping with stress, overwhelm, and crisis. We’ve all got to have something—some series of behaviors, rituals, activities, skills—that make life worth living when it doesn’t feel that way. As for me, mine are rooted in the stuff of daily life. I have discovered that, no matter where I am, as long as I am making use of the present—by being creative, by using my body, by engaging my senses to the fullest and fulfilling the single most important responsibility I have to myself—to be alive— the miraculous is always in my backyard. It’s in my neighbors, my friends and loved ones. It’s in the birds and the butterflies. And, of course, it’s always in my kitchen. It’s dinner, friends. It’s dinner.

https://theusedlife.com/2021/07/05/a-life-worth-living