cheer me up facebook

Admitting that you need help is incredibly difficult. Seeking help and/or therapy for the areas of life in which you need that help is arguably even harder. Working on finding healthier and more effective coping strategies for those struggles and fostering an understanding of the underlying causes of those struggles is harder still. If/when you add mental illness to this equation of sorts, everything becomes seemingly impossible. If someone you know has the courage to say, “okay, so, things are really not okay right now and I need help finding a way or a reason to get out of my bed in the morning so I’m going to take this humongous step and give this fight for happiness/contentment all I’ve got,” please respect them and cheer them on. Support them! If you are one of those people who’s said that and is seeking a solution: I am so proud of you, I believe in you so much, and I know that you can do this, you can fight this. We will get through it all and we will be okay. We are strong. We are important. We are good enough. We really, really are. Promise. <3 

I had such a strange night. I wasn’t gonna go out out but I did and I met a girl who was on her own and asked her if she was okay and she said she was fine - then I saw her later and she was still on her own and she was crying and I went and sat with her and held her hand and asked her if she wanted to come dance with my pals and she did and she looked so much happier and then she kind of slipped off and I didn’t see her again but she just found me on Facebook and messaged me saying that I cheered her up and that she was having an anxiety attack and I made her feel better and I am so glad she is okay

anonymous asked:

When you get this, respond with five things that make you happy and then send on anon to the last ten people in your notifications!

Mun:
1.) Tumblr! 😊 more specifically this ask blog but Tumblr in general makes me happy
2.) One Piece! I’m really happy that I found it, honestly. I wouldn’t be the same person without it.
3.) My OCs 😁 Actually, I’d just say my story (Crazy Crazy World/CCW) in general. It’s not written yet but I’ve been working on the planning for it for so long; I get happy when I get even one good idea for it, and talking about it no matter what mood I’m in can cheer me up and make me smile 😊
4.) Reading old conversations on Facebook Messenger 😆 It used to make me bitter and sad… but recently, it just makes me feel really comforted when I’m down. It reminds me that I’m a better person now than I used to be a few years ago.
5.) Making new friends! I really love meeting people, even though I have really bad social anxiety irl 😄

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