Heather R | How friendships help me manage emotions
TLDR: It’s normal to feel like regulating your emotions is hard and that you constantly have to work on it (#nooffseason) BUT that doesn’t mean you have to do it all alone. Find your squad, be thoughtful and open about your moods, good and bad, acknowledge that fear and vulnerability are an important aspect of life and don’t ever feel shame in being human.
Mariel C, @mariel_victoria
Amanda B, @statler
So yeah: this is my #MHLGameFace. It may not be my fiercest game face, but it’s the face of a girl who’s fighting like hell to keep going, and I believe that’s valuable all the same.
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The stigma only exists if we all stay in the shadows. 20% of us live with mental health conditions and everyone is going through something, so there's nothing to be ashamed of. Whether you share publicly or a with few loved ones, you'll build yourself a supportive community and inspire others to do the same.
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