One thing is certain in this life and that is: our days are finite. We, as humans, are also finite. We have limits on to what we can do each and everyday before we need to recharge whether that be through drinking, eating, sleeping, exercise, you name it. Without these basic necessities, we cannot complete […]My Bipolar Daily Routine
“You may not have the power to fire a bad cop, but you must make it clear to your unprofessional peers that racism and abuse of power are not tolerated. They make your job more difficult and they endanger your safety every day.”The Code of Silence Ends Here
Hard things I’ve had to do because I’m a highly sensitive person or because I have borderline personality disorder and I can not watch any TV, movies, read any books that are
a. Anything gory\scary (I’ve had enough scary in my life.
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b. Dramas (they make me cry. I cry enough. I’m more interested in self help show’s, audio books and a real hard bound book on borderline personality disorder.)
c. Lovestorys (I can not watch a chick flick. A girly love story where everything always turns out for everyone.
I was watching a love story the moment the trauma occurred it’s just one of the many struggles I’ve faced.)
For me, I’ve always leaned towards dealing with my what struggle I’m ready to face as well as what is most invasive in my life at that moment. Ive been able to overcome take on one trigger at a time. Only
Souly focusing on ways to help elevate that pain,panic, anxiety or many other uncomfortable sensations. that
. . The Self Compassion Skills Workbook”: 1. “There is a specific circuit in your brain that scientists call the Care Circuit, which creates the experience of compassion, warmth, and love. 2. Self-compassion training strengthens your Care Circuit—like exercising a muscle. 3. With enough compassion training, your Care Circuit can literally grow in size so […]Building Self Compassion
People sometimes like to bring us down.
For instance I posted an article a while back and I put her name the article name. But I’m unsure how to link it. She yelled at me for plagerising her article. Haha…. It had her name at the top of the article. So she went all nuts on me. Found my Mental Health Instagram account gold them I was plagerising.
On to today. For some odd reason someone on Instagram voted mine one of the worst. I’m 39 they said. I didn’t look. Maybe I will. It’s kinda funny. I’m curious though. It’s a mental health Instagram. Haha
Boredom isn’t all bad. When we seize slow moments, our best ideas can appear—and research shows we’re more productive in the long run. #ShineText @ShineText
🌟 Jeannette’s Daily Intention 🌟
Today, remind yourself that your journey is unlike anyone else’s—and that’s pretty special. Shake comparisons by jotting down some small wins from the week.
Embracing *all* of you is easier said than done. When we press pause on how often we compare ourselves to others, we start to accept our whole, authentic selves.
Today, recite a mantra to help shake off any envy:
1. Feeling aimless? Try ➡️ ‘I am being guided on the path that’s best for me in perfect time.’
2. Comparing yourself to someone on the ‘gram? Recite ➡️ ‘Nobody is me, and that is my superpower.’
I’m struggling with hypomania/mania. I’m currently making horrible decisions. I try my best to be nice and helpful. But sometimes Bipolar just sneaks right in. ❤️
This is the ultimate question that has puzzled mankind for as long as we became capable of thinking. Do the thoughts are totally yours?. What is the origin of your thoughts?. Most religions tried to answer these questions and it turned out to be reaching out to infinity. It is one of the most fundamental […]why we do not have control over our thoughts? Does entertaining of thoughts leads to escaping reality!