For Care of Self

  1. Starting to dip (light depression?) Try comedy, distraction, dance or upbeat music, a walk, anything that derails that sad train.

  2. Feeling anxious or overwhelmed? Try sorting through what you can let go of today, (the unnecessary,) BREATHE in a way that doesn't stress you out.

~Move away from~

from statements in your head that

convince you

that there will never be hope.

 

~Move towards~

Retraining your brain. I have found that counselors or groups that I connect with are helpful with this.

 

**If you having a hard time functioning in life...

Seek professional help.**

DIPPING?

(feeling blue?)

Try comedy, fun music

that's upbeat, going

for a walk, anything that derails that sad train.

 

ANXIETY OR OVERWHELMED?

Try taking slow deep breathes. Let go of what you can not tackle or fix today. 

(You are not superhuman.)

It's okay to make mistakes!

MOVING FAST or

TROUBLE SLEEPING?

Try a bath, calm music, or take a  break. Deal only with what is necessary today. Put space between thought and action.

RIGHT

NOW!!

  1. DIPPING? (feeling blue?) Try: comedy, fun music that's upbeat, going for a walk, anything that derails that sad train.

  2. ANXIETY OR OVERWHELMED? Try: First taking slow deep breathes. Let go of what you can not tackle or fix today, (you are not superhuman,) it's okay to make mistakes! They are actually good teachers!

  3. MOVING FAST/ TROUBLE SLEEPING? Try: a bath, calm music, a break from stimulating issues and worries...one thing at a time!

Psychiatrists can help when medicine is necessary to stabilize chemicals in your brain SO THAT

you can learn and practice helpful tools.

Psychologists, whether in a group setting or one on one can teach and guide into a healthy way of processing and thinking.

It can take sometime to find someone or something that is helpful for you.

 

BE PATIENT!

YOU are worth it, valuable, and have uniqueness to contribute!

Understanding that you are not your symptoms is important!

If you are in immediate danger of hurting yourself, call 911.
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