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Emma_Grace

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So, how would you for sure know if you’re getting better or just begin to downslide all over again, but in denial?

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    • loveshespoke

      750d

      Try to just take it a day at a time, be okay in the moment, and let that be enough.

    • loveshespoke

      750d

      Try to just take it a day at a time, be okay in the moment, and let that be enough.

    • Skelliosis

      750d

      You're alive, the only stresses are the ones that are internal and can be let go of, sometimes others are some we can plan out. Healing isnt a straight line, neither is life, we're always gonna have lows, LOW lows, highs, and days or times where we're just content. Nobody ever has a life full of just ups, however meditation and grounding myself really helps me put into perspective what's going on in life, journaling too, and if there's anything stressful that can be easily fixed, even if it's just anxiety or mental health in the way, or something out of my control, and something that can be let go of, that's how i know im doing better than i was before i last checked in with myself. If you can acknowledge it, i dont think that's denying anything, even if it's a small step in progress, you're still getting better each day:) feel proud of yourself and give yourself a hug ❤️

    • Annie24

      750d

      Meditation helps me. And asking people close to you about your behaviors

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