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Mental Health- thoughts
#1
an Amazing viewpoint on mental health (YT link)

https://youtu.be/EJo4WGTnsbc

and this guy- he is a friend, and an amazing man. (another YT link. longer, but Worth the time)

https://youtu.be/TmftFPDcDlw
My body is a temple- Ancient and crumbling,  
probably cursed 

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#2
I liked the first video, seems like he has found some good coping mechanisms and developed a decent sense of self awareness.

The second I had a little trouble relating, although I imagine alot of other people might relate to him. I wouldn't want to roll the dice on living someone else's reality(things can always be worse), but I might be tempted to swap with this guy. Lol. I do appreciate him sharing his thoughts. I don't want anyone to think I'm minimizing his experiences, we all have our own demons and what's overwhelming for one can be a cakewalk for others and vice versa. I'm glad he posted his video.
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#3
my mental health is directly connected to my physical health,if my body is good my mine is good and vice versa
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(06-12-2019, 10:06 AM)Blacktank Wrote: my mental health is directly connected to my physical health,if my body is good my mine is good and vice versa

Lucky you-
Between my malfunctioning brain, my depression, anxiety, and such.. My body-state is just another 'factor' in the day's equation.
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probably cursed 

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#5
I have been told since I was just a young kid that there was something wrong with me. My first shrink was at 7. I know at times I can be a lil different, but in my mind, it's other people that are nuttier than a acorn. Not all, but many. They say one thing and do the opposite. They don't seem to be aware of their hypocrisy or if they are, they seem to block it out. Until I was 42, I was convinced I was the bad guy and the problem. I have now learned that many people are not what they appear to be. It may be that I'm naive or gullible, but I'm ok with that because most times I believe everyone wants to be a better person. I just believe that they either don't know how to do it, are worried about negative blow back, or pretty much any reason. I can't condemn genuine ignorance and I won't condemn cowardly behavior.

Who knows if my thinking is just me coping or if it's maybe close to the truth. I don't love all my quirks, but I like me enough to not really care about what others think.
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hmm.. Interesting Wabbit

me? I just see monsters.. lol
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probably cursed 

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just one Stinkin' Badge 

"it's Beige.."
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#7
I don't know, but what I've experience might be other people's monsters. I do know that when I tell people how I handle some stuff, they usually don't believe me. Even if they believe\know that something does exist and interacts with us on a level that's hard to define. Made life interesting, that's for sure!
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#8
Same deal here , only reversed.... at 12 , after a bunch of testing ,they told me............nothing.
Then the school kept putting me in other classes and never let me have the ones I wanted to take.
Told me I had to go to Harvard or something.......and some mention about my future plans not being the right choice.........
So I found somebody to give me and took the tests again by myself , got the answers and graded it myself too .
Then I told them No Thanks , I prefer to have fun .

Studied only the things I liked and ended up having some of the best jobs I could imagine.

(Do not try this at home ,YMMV , you didn't hear it from me and I'm not even here .).


OH , I'm in favor of mental health , my definition , not theirs.....


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#9
My thoughts.
Perhaps a ink blot of my mental health

Brave and kudos to rabbit for the cake walk scenario picture. So few get this.

I too remember my first shrink. Dr. O'hare. Then he was a newly graduated research psychologist now he has his own scale thing.

On the car ride home my Mom said " well I don't get it so he, meaning me, is antisocial. I don't see it as a disorder I don't like lots of people."

I have a great Mom and I love her as much as possible.


Monsters. You see them because they are all around us. Problem is people don't believe in monsters so they can't exist. And around we go.

Some Africans believe some have a special ability to see the soul and not the mask. Talk to god you're religious play cards with the Easter Bunny you're crazy. Work so hard you lose your health hardly work and loose your marbles. Perspective is yours.

What is sane in one situation is insanity in another.
I e seen your marbles and they're pretty. Relax and write your own story!
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#10
Funny this came up now as I’m sitting here with so much anger boiling inside me. I have a court case coming up next month and I can hardly breathe thinking about it. I’m so freaking mad I’m seeing a shrink who said that basically I’m ate up with PTSD. I just want it gone and want to be in peace again.
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