There is something empowering about standing in front of strangers and being so open and in knowing that I have depression, depression doesn't have me.
It's impossible to embrace adventure if you view every adventure's ending as a failure. Instead, isn't it better to praise reevaluation and reinvention?
An excerpt from a post on Terri Giuliano Long's blog, celebrating #365daysofselfcare and discussing why little steps can be better than huge resolutions.
When the fog of depression lifts, what remains is colour and vibrancy and energy. What remains are boundless possibilities.
There is something powerful in the letter that you never expect to be read, the truth you think might never be heard. In the beauty of your truest self.
Although we often equate Samaritans to a number we'd only call from the deepest depths of despair, really they can help long before that awful point.
Sadly, the nightmares are back in full force. Understanding the warning signs that these unusual 'friends' bring with them is more important than ever.
It's easy to lose sight of how important self-care is during busy times. #365daysofselfcare is the perfect tag to encourage a little 'me' time every day.