Life has taken you down a long and twisted road. You’ve seen a lot; you’ve been through a lot.
Frankly, there are many days when you feel like that road hasn’t led you to a wonderful place. Sometimes, you feel so low you’ve forgotten how it feels to be up. There are even days when you feel like there’s no reason to keep going. Yet you keep going, day after day, year after year. What else is there to do?
What happened to your joy? What happened to your hope? What happened to your enthusiasm?
It’s still there. Perhaps buried beneath the weight of life’s circumstances. But it’s still there. You just need to rediscover where to find it.
A wise man once said, “A journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step.” It’s time to retrace your life’s journey. It’s time to take that first step back. And it begins with:
And for so many of us, that’s what mental anguish is: a rut. When you’re in a rut, it’s hard to climb the slopes to get out. Eventually, the rut starts to feel like your real home.
BUT IT’S NOT!
“Mental pain can be just as debilitating as physical pain, if not more so. The frequent attempt to conceal mental pain only adds to the burden. But with the right tools and techniques, we can begin to heal and lead a happier life.”
The way back to mental health begins with breaking the stigma so often attached to a label. We all suffer mental anguish to some extent. Trying to hide it keeps us from healing and can even make it worse.
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