The importance of checking in on people

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One of the things I find that I struggle with deeply and what is often the start of the spiral for me is that for you, the observer of me, I might look just fine, and we might interact without issue. And yet internally, I’m almost always in shambles. One of the scariest things about mental illness in my opinion is the idea that for some, unless I did something drastic, such as lift up my sleeves and showed you all of…

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I find writing, even for the briefest of moments makes me feel a little better or a bit more focused. So welcome to my thought assembly line.

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