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Against Suicide

Not everyone has a mental illness, but everyone has mental health. Everyone should care about it. #MentalHeathMonth
There is always so much more fight in you than you think. Just keep going. You might surprise yourself with how strong you actually are.
If you're having a bad night, remember that you're still here. You've made it through every bad night you've had. Be proud of yourself.
I am so proud of you. Be proud of yourself.
You are more. You are more than the negative things you or other people think of you. You are so much more.
May is Mental Health Awareness Month and it's very important that you're aware of these statistics.
There's not a missing piece of you in someone else. You are not a puzzle with no hope of being solved. You're a masterpiece all on your own.
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Don't forget how important your mental health is. It's okay to put it before your grades. It's okay to take care of yourself.
Asking for help will never be a bad thing or a sign of weakness. You deserve to be okay. #mentalhealthmonth
It's okay to be selfish sometimes. It's okay to put yourself first. Your happiness and wellbeing is important, too.
There's not a missing piece of you in someone else. You are not a puzzle with no hope of being solved. You're a masterpiece all on your own.
You're going to make mistakes. That's inevitable. It's how you come back from those mistakes that makes you better.
You do not always have to be okay. You're allowed to have bad days and cry sometimes. You're human.
You can't always see people's struggle. Some just hide it very well. Just be kind to everyone.
Recovery isn't a one time choice. You choose recovery, and then you have to keep choosing it. Keep trying. You will get better.
You are no less of a human being because you need medication for your mental illness.
Loving yourself is so incredibly important. Take care of yourself. Make sure you're okay.
You don't have to have everything figured out all the time.
You are whole without another person. You are a masterpiece all by yourself. You don't need validation from someone else to be important.
Make sure you take a second to breathe. Life gets tough, but you’re tougher. You can handle this.
I'm in NYC for the weekend with @ProjectBuddy for the @shortyawards! If you want to meet up, let us know! ❤️
It's okay if you don't like the same things that everyone else does. You are your own person. Don't be ashamed of what you love.
No matter how terrible yesterday treated you, look at today like it's the best day of your life. It might be.
Your mental illness does not, and will not ever, make you any less of a human being. You deserve to be treated with respect, regardless.
Your mental illness is real.
Let yourself be sad. Sadness isn't a bad thing. You're allowed to have feelings. But don't let it suck you in. Fight for your happiness.
Don't let yourself believe that just because you have a mental illness, you can't be successful. You can do anything you put your mind to.
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Don't let yourself believe that just because you have a mental illness, you can't be successful. You can do anything you put your mind to.
It's okay if you're a mess and you can't figure out how to put yourself back together. We all have those days. Just keep fighting.
Let yourself rest. Sometimes life is rough, and you deserve a break.
Life can be a struggle, but don't let it make you bitter. Always try to be the best you can be, no matter how bad life treats you.
Do not neglect your mental health. It is so important and you deserve to be taken care of.
It's always okay to cry.
You are worthy of loving yourself. You deserve all the love you haven't been giving yourself.
Be proud of yourself more often. If you make it through a really tough day, be proud. You deserve that.
Reminders for tomorrow on April Fools Day.
Don't let how cruel the world has been to you make you a cruel person. You are so much more than the bad things that have happened to you.
Cry. Scream if you need to. But always continue to fight. You can win your battles. Your demons don't know how strong you actually are.
Every time you said "I can't get through this", you did. You're still alive and fighting. You are so strong. Don't forget that.
You're doing such a great job considering everything you're fighting. You're so strong, you should never doubt that.
You are not any less of a person because of your mental illness. Don't let anyone tell you any different, not even yourself.
Never apologize for leaving a situation that was bad for you. You deserve to be happy. Your health and happiness are important.
Your mental illness doesn't make you a burden. Your sadness doesn't make you a burden. You are not a burden, no matter how you feel.
Here's 40 important things for you to remember
Emotional pain is just as important as physical pain. Pain is pain.
"It matters how we talk to our daughters about our bodies. They are listening."
Be proud of yourself for the little things you accomplish, even if other people they don't matter. You deserve to be proud of yourself.
 
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