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“When my mind is good, it’s the most exciting, special, and wondrous place to roam. When it’s bad, it’s the worst. Writing, especially journaling, is an outlet I use a lot—walking too. Movement calms my mind and I surround myself with tangible things that touch all my senses. A small cry here and there is normal and we shouldn’t be ashamed—I’m getting more comfortable with tears. Therapy is a must too; it’s the kindest thing for you and those around you.”“Self-care is the practice of self-love, forgiveness, healing, and spirituality. Allowing yourself to fail, grow, and evolve. I’ve always struggled with mental health and anxiety since high school. I had to go deep within to free myself of past trauma and oppression; I’m still figuring it out. But I know ever since I made the choice to grow and evolve mentally, I’ve attracted love, liberation, and people who mean so much to me.”“It’s really important to make your home feel like a sacred place. I like finding a ritualistic and calming side to every day, so I’ll often cook with my boyfriend, and I have a beautiful diffuser that my auntie got me, which has different essential oils. It makes my room smell lovely before going to bed. Also, I have different loose-leaf teas from a variety of places.”“Catering to myself in the most compassionate and nonjudgmental way is an act of self-care. I took six months off from work because I was having bad panic attacks and wasn’t able to show up with depression and suicidal thoughts creeping in. I was on medication and was misdiagnosed a few times; I even had an allergic reaction to one drug that nearly developed into Steven-Johnson syndrome [a serious skin disorder].“Medication didn’t heal me: It helped me function so I could heal myself with help—whether that be by drinking a glass of water, meditating, practicing kundalini [a form of yoga], going for a run, taking a bath, sleeping—so much of my anxiety goes away with a few days of proper rest. Today, I am off medication with the understanding that I could go back on it, and I am okay with that.”
“Keeping a small group of loyal friends, meditation, and realizing that vulnerability doesn’t make you any weaker or less ‘cool’ has helped me. I’ve suffered from anxiety my whole life and as an adult, this feeling is accelerated and exacerbated by technology. There is a dark side to social media that we all feel.“I had this realization one day when I found myself analyzing a photo for days on end I was planning to post on Instagram—this obsession and fear was not healthy or sustainable. I feel much happier being less active online.”“It’s important to have the tools to deal with anything that comes up because something always will. It’s not about feeling 100% all of the time, but rather recognizing when you don’t, having the strategies to address it, and knowing when to ask for help.“Stepping back and observing myself objectively is the most important self-care skill I’ve learned and something I return to when feeling overwhelmed. Creating that distance from the intensity of the moment allows you to assess the situation with clarity and a sense of calm.”“Self-care means pause, breathe, and take a moment of stillness to assess what I need and what makes me happy—and then doing it. I have struggled with clinical depression and anxiety my whole life. I try to ride out the emotions when I’m overwhelmed and feel them in their entirety, and then convince myself that I am deserving of love and happiness. I cope by keeping hope that things will look up eventually—I try to remind myself of that in my darkest moments.. “Self-care is a continuous process of recognizing patterns in my behavior that signify a need to pull back and identify what I need to push forward. It’s doing whatever makes me happy—such as spending some much-needed downtime with my pets—with a view to healing rather than distracting myself.
“I was diagnosed with depression and anxiety [at] 18 after experiencing years of bullying. So I’ve always been aware of how important it is to work at my mental health. I see it as another muscle that I have to exercise and check in on. Being vocal about how I’m feeling helps me get out of my own head—more often than not, you’ll find that you’re not the only one who feels the way you do.”“I often have felt as though dance and family have helped to keep me balanced. Self-care for me is disconnecting from all of the things that usually take your attention and having a moment to focus on yourself and tune in to how you’re truly feeling—particularly in times where you may be overwhelmed by everything around you. Every difficulty has a solution, so at the time it feels like a mountain, but the next day I realize it is often not as bad as it first seemed.”“To me, self-care means taking care of my mind. Lately, I’ve been concentrating on my passions and hobbies, going back to sketching and writing poetry. Learning to enjoy time alone, watching films, reading a book.“My relationship with mental health is a roller coaster. Some days I’m unstoppable and other days I’ve been stopped—not by anything other than my mind fighting against me. To cope, when I’m overwhelmed, I’ve been strictly writing my emotions out. Also, therapy is important, alongside bike riding.”
Suitable for Women/Men/Girl/Boy, Fashion 3D digital print drawstring hoodies, long sleeve with big pocket front. It’s a good gift for birthday/Christmas and so on, The real color of the item may be slightly different from the pictures shown on website caused by many factors such as brightness of your monitor and light brightness, The print on the item might be slightly different from pictures for different batch productions, There may be 1-2 cm deviation in different sizes, locations, and stretch of fabrics. Size chart is for reference only, there may be a little difference with what you get.
- Material Type: 35% Cotton – 65% Polyester
- Soft material feels great on your skin and very light
- Features pronounced sleeve cuffs, prominent waistband hem and kangaroo pocket fringes
- Taped neck and shoulders for comfort and style
- Print: Dye-sublimation printing, colors won’t fade or peel
- Wash Care: Recommendation Wash it by hand in below 30-degree water, hang to dry in shade, prohibit bleaching, Low Iron if Necessary
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