A few years ago I became very depressed. I was fed up with life and wanted to die. I self harmed and had inconsistent eating behaviors. I was in and out of hospitals for about a year when things suddenly became too extreme to bare anymore. Luckily I have a very supportive family and they were able to recognize how much distress I was in.
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Fact submitted by: bonjourtammy
I believe that mental health depends on your outlook on society. You can think that it is a part of you that you can’t control, or you can think that it is part of you that you CAN control. Personally, my mind changes on this many times during a day. Sometimes, my depression just hits me like a…
1. Social withdrawal
2. Anxiety and emotional turmoil
3. Lack of social skills and self confidence,
4. Depression and bouts of sadness
5. Less social conformity
6. Eating disorders
7. Inability to accept compliments
8. An inability to see yourself “squarely” - to be fair to ypurself
Note to self (via 50shadesofrecovery)