Everyone is in different places on their journey. We all have our own diagnosis/diagnoses and experience different levels of severity. We do however, share many feelings, struggles and experiences. My desire is that these quotes of strength and hope will translate well and will be, for the most part, helpful. Because no two people's experiences and diagnoses will ever be exactly the same, some of these will surely be more beneficial than others. In other words, take the best and leave the rest.
I have quotes of strength and hope everywhere around me. I collect them the way some people collect stamps or coins. They are all over my house, in my car, on my phone, in my pockets and in-between the pages of my books, as bookmarks. I do that so I can quickly read them as I come across them. I can't recall how many times I have found the words I needed, right when I needed them the most. I have many of them memorized now. I am in a much better place because of that.
I have compiled a few of them into a Jpeg format so that they can be clicked on and printed. I did that in case anyone wishes to have a copy to help them start a collection of their own. I kept them on the smaller side, because I found that to be helpful. They can fit in a pocket, a wallet, a bag, on a dashboard, taped to a computer screen, in a book, etc. That allows me to stumble upon them nearly everywhere I go.
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As always I wish you wonderful mental health and great successes eating healthy meals. If you, or someone you love, is severely depressed or anxious, please click the link to the left and you will be directed to the International Association for Suicide Prevention. It is a great resource, and is staffed by wonderful people.
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