It is not the strength, but the duration, of great sentiments that makes great men.God needs you to understand 🙏 — Kindness – Wisdom💥
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A couple of months ago I had a medicine change. I was taking seraqole. I completely stopped taking it and started taking Vraylar. Well that really didn’t work out like I wanted it. So about a week ago I went back on my seraqole. I’m starting to feel my normal self again. I’m really not for change so I am not going to be changing my medicine again soon.
This past weekend I went and visited with my mom. It was a ok visit. I was triggered a couple times but got through it. I am really glad to be home.
Have a good day
Most of us are familiar with melatonin and it’s purpose:To help you sleep. Or at least to help you get to sleep.
In fact, melatonin is one of the most commonly used supplements in the United States. (Lots of sleepless people out there!)
Scientifically speaking, melatonin is a hormone synthesized from serotonin, the “feel good” hormone.
It’s secreted from the pineal gland (a pea-sized gland, near the center of your brain) over an exact 24-hour cycle.
This cycle is an important part of our circadian rhythm,the system that regulates numerous body functionsover a twenty-four hour cycle, the most obvious of which is the sleep / wake cycle.
Around bedtime, melatonin rises, so you feel sleepy. Then the secretion of melatonin falls during the night, and by morning, levels are low.
Sounds pretty good, doesn’t it?
But we haven’t introduced the epilepsy wild card. That’s where the yes…no…and maybe so…come in.
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“If the pain was deep, you will have to let go many times.” Yung Pueblo
We often feel surprised by how long the pain lasts. By the fact that we’re not free – even years after the trauma.
There are no easy answers.
There is no magic bullet.
The memory is ingrained and it doesn’t go away.
Letting go is a process we repeat a million times.
Every time it helps a little. Just a little – not a lot.
It’s a hard reality. A truth we’d rather not embrace.
But we are making some progress, every time we let it go.
In many ways I’m very lucky. I live in one of the richest countries in the world. There is no war here, most people have what they need and news headlines are more often than not filled with information about the last COVID-19’s numbers, electricity prices and who won the last talent competition. I have enough to eat, have a steady job and am a woman. I’ve lived a sheltered life. Not everyone has done so, and I would like the share a post about a black male who has had a hard life, where stereotypes had a major impact on his self-esteem. The original post can be found here
Black Men and Mental Health – A Struggle with Self Confidence
Most Men are not given safe places to express their feelings and emotions. As in many cases, Men are raised to keep things inside, focus on providing/leading and are…
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Please be aware that some of the content may be triggering. Please take care 💚
The last few weeks (probably longer) have been really tough mentally. My thoughts have been everywhere. I feel lost. I don’t feel connected to anyone. I just feel like I don’t know what to do or who to turn to. This has meant things have felt chaotic.
I am trying so hard to be OK. So hard not to burden everyone. So hard to just keep going. But I’m failing. Things I shouldn’t do have been appealing and led to some questionable decisions. This means I’m just making things worse. Self harm is a part of my daily life anyway but it’s more appealing and more of a need. I’ve contacted someone who has hurt me in the past and he’s making me uncomfortable. I feel lost in this world.
I am also trying to…
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