Trying to be proud of myself

This is a short post, guys. The title is big, but I just need a few words to say what I want to say. I need a break of making posts in here and reading mental health stuff in general. It’s obvious I’m picking this as an obsession, reassurance I think is called. And to be honest I want to stop being that person who screams “look look I have this thing look at me”, I want to give you some tips and real coping mechanisms, something that will help people. I know talking about your pain and experience help people too. But that’s just step number 0.5, knowing you are not alone. Finding community. That’s cool. I needed it too. But now, I need to come back to my interests, my old hobbies, don’t take me wrong, I still love psychology, but… c’mon how much abnormal psychology stuff do I really need to read?

So, I hope you get excited next time when I post something, who knows? Maybe I’ll comeback with something really worthy.

2 thoughts on “Trying to be proud of myself

  1. It’s good not to make everything about the issues with your own mental health. I’ve been trying to do that recently as well (and failing at epic proportions) but it’s good to separate for a while and find out what you’re capable of doing regardless of your mental health. It’s a good reminder for someone like me who spirals out of control in the blink of an eye. So thanks for that.

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