Does anyone go to group therapy or a support group? I go to group every week. Sometimes I come away really glad I’ve been and sometimes I come away thinking it was a waste of time. But I go. Always.
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I know I’ve shared this video before, but my reasoning behind sharing it again is very different this time round. And I apologise in advance for the very raw and long message, which isn’t an easy one for me to share.
A post came up on my Instagram with a message and a link to @dani.bates page. I read the message, clicked on the page and scrolled to the video. I cried instantly. It actually knocked the air from my lungs. Dani’s husband committed suicide and left behind her and two young children. In the video the oldest child- who’s 3, was crying and wanting her dad back home. And my god did that hit me like a tonne of bricks, in more ways than one.
Firstly, for my darling boy. Suddenly being moved from everything he had ever known, after being given only 4 hours, and placed with someone he had very limited attachment to. Every time he has to go back after contact with us he gets upset and always says ‘not yet’, and very evidently doesn’t want to go. He used to continually repeat himself on video calls and get upset because he just wanted to come back to ‘mummy’s house’ and couldn’t understand why he wasn’t allowed to come here. He couldn’t understand why he had gone from being with me every single day, to being refused any contact whatsoever for 10 days by his father and then having limited contact since. He was prevented from having anything I gave to him and his father would hang up in the middle of video calls to prevent us talking to each other. (Followed on in the comments...) #reality#suicideawareness#suicideprevention#mentalhealth#depression#letstalk#someonecares#familycourts#corruption#tryingtoheal#healing#support#faith#hope#love#hopeful#youarenotalone
#Depression or #TheBlackDog as Churchill used to call it, is a debilitating and painful condition, and can affect sufferer's daily lives in many ways.
Below is a review from one of our clients, describing how effective he has found Floating to be in relieving his symptoms.
My sweet friend Debra shares:
Since June is #migraine awareness month I thought I should share my Story. No more bandaid fixes that really never helped in the first place!!
“I had suffered from migraines for over 14 years- the “knock you out and put you to bed for days” kind of migraines. Many #MRI’s and many different kinds of migraine #medications, and still never any #relief from them. About 5 years ago they became a daily part of my life, and along with the pain, I started to get vertigo so standing was next to impossible. For about 6 months rarely did I even bother to get out of bed because #anxiety and #depression began to set in. I stopped living life.
A little over a 41/2 years ago my daughter Brittani called me and told me about Plexus, and I blew her off ! I didn't see how this could possibly help. I finally I gave in and started Slim (the pink drink for #bloodsugar balance). Within the first 2 weeks my migraines started to go away.
I signed up to become an ambassador so I could get my products at wholesale price and a month later I started on the TriPlex and Nerve products.
I also had #nervedamage in my left hand from 3 hand surgeries, so I lived in constant #pain. I was taking up to 10 Norco a day just to get by, which had been going on for the past 10 years. It had just become a normal in my life.
Fast forward to 41/2 years later and I have not had even ONE migraine. My anxiety and depression are gone, as well as my allergies and sinus infections. Even better, the nerve pain is close to non-existent and I have full use of my hand back! I no longer take migraine medication or Zyrtec.
Back in January I was finally able to go off my #antidepressant for good🙌🏻🙌🏻🙌🏻🙌🏻
I am back to “me.” I now can be the Mimi my grandchildren need!!
I am forever grateful that Brittani didn't give up on me and that these products have given me back my life.” It’s all about getting your blood sugar in balance, healing your #gut and ridding your body of #inflammation.
So many of my friends are having the same great results as I am"!! 🙌💗%
Today I did another presentation to students for placement. This time we had year 12 students and at the beginning of our session we played a game of ‘Would you rather?’ One of the questions was this one; ‘Would you rather lose all of the money you’ve earned this year or lose all of the memories you’ve gained this year?’ Sarah (our MC) then went around asking people why they had picked their side. Most of the students and presenters had picked to ‘lose money.’ But I and two others stood on the other side and said we’d rather lose our memories. I was starting to panic a little bit when Sarah was asking people to explain their decision because I was worried she’d pick me, and then I’d have to launch into the uncomfortable topic of explaining that I’ve had Electroconvulsive Therapy for my Depression and because of that I’ve lost most of my memories from the past 3 years, and since then I’ve realized I can live without memories (although it’s inconvenient and upsetting at times), so I decided to pick that side. I also knew that if I were to lose my money, I’d struggle to pay my health insurance which would mean I wouldn’t be able to have my hospital admissions for the ECT. So that was another reason to pick ‘losing memories.’ Anyway, I was so worried that I’d have to launch into this incredibly heavy awkward topic but thankfully I wasn’t picked! 😂
The rest of the presentation went okay. It was just really nice getting to know other students who are studying the same course as me but aren’t in my class better and getting to hear about their feelings on the course.
Now I’m interested to hear your choice, which side would you pick?
Consapevole della merdaggine di questa foto, valuto che esprime buona parte del mio senso di tristezza e solitudine. Colori accesi, ma piatti; qualità che nokia 6600 spostati proprio.
Perdita di senso, comprendo ciò che penso restando sommerso in un mare che non mi é mai sembrato immenso.