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A Rip-Your-Arm-Out Moment

I want to talk about the paralytic wake of failure, those moments right after we’ve been dealt a blow.

Failure is most bitter when we expect greatness. 1,030 more words

Personal Journey

THE BIGGEST MISTAKE YOU WILL EVER MAKE IN THIS LIFE (AND HOW TO FIX IT)

INTUITION is a master key because it’s beyond your gut feelings (that most people go by) — #1 NEVER UNDERESTIMATE YOUR INTUITION as a never-ending resource for great ideas, answers, resolutions and new beginnings,,,,, 108 more words

Wellness

it's back

my smile is back
the one in my eyes
it left me for a while
maybe to rest
maybe to heal
but it’s back
you think it’s for you… 8 more words

Depression

Carisa Adrienne reblogged this on Sometimes Silver Linings are Blue and commented:

Love these words!!! My favorite post from the sweetest.. My sweet Rachel ❤️

Crying: Would you choose a feast or a famine? (I personally miss crying)

Matthew, a highly qualified pharmacist and the smartest man in my world bar none, who has known me for a decade, told me some time ago ‘it’s OK to be sad sometimes Laura, that’s not depression. 554 more words

New Things

Wow

i moved in with my daughter. Because I take the back roads to avoid as much traffic as possibles. It is now a half hour commute. 180 more words

Depression

Monthly memberships for artists

If you’ve walked past the Packhorse Gallery in Huddersfield lately, you may have noticed something different

As our new gallery shop floor area is quite compact we wanted to ensure we were still able to offer local artists the opportunity to display and sell their work, so we devised a plan to sell by area and by month. 320 more words

Your Mental Illness and Relationships

I read this article yesterday, and I have to say, I was surprised by what seems to be the anger behind it. The title of the article is, “ 570 more words

Mental Illness