"Looking back at it now, the way I behaved was to get attention. To be seen, heard, and understood."
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"When I was struggling, I would have liked to see more day-to-day people opening up."
"I was home alone, brainwashed by my own negative thoughts and fears that I invented about everyone out of a fear of being let down on all levels. I wanted friends, wanted to be close with family, wanted relationships with depth and meaning but didn’t allow myself those luxuries."
"The best advice I have received is more of a manner of showing up for one another and less about words that I have heard."
"I was anxious and depressed, and although the progression of events that led me there were clear in retrospect, it still felt like the weight of it all had snuck up on me."
I don't think I'd change anything in my mental health journey, it's taught me so much about myself. I've learned to have empathy and compassion for everyone.
"I didn’t find out that I had bipolar disorder until I was 47. It finally explained why I had lived through life in such a chaotic way."