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Make It Mindful

 image by Make It Mindful (@make_it_mindful_) with caption : ""I Love You, pt. 2"
I am in love with myself. I can be critical about myself, but it's true. And it took work. I went th" - 1893714737087349549
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"I Love You, pt. 2" I am in love with myself. I can be critical about myself, but it's true. And it took work. I went through therapy, took my meds, still do, go to the gym, make art, I say nice things to myself, and I'm (mostly) kind to people I care about. I like me, and while I'm not always happy with myself, that is okay. You are allowed to be your own priority sometimes. You deserve to be happy. Follow @make_it_mindful_ Written by @bipinkumarmusic #keeptalkingMH

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Lauren Silva

 image by Lauren Silva (@laurensilva13) with caption : "Depression is wild guys. It’s so weird to look back and see the person you “used” to be. Happy, succeeding, thriving you" - 1893705612387181261
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Depression is wild guys. It’s so weird to look back and see the person you “used” to be. Happy, succeeding, thriving you was JUST THERE last week - where did this other you come from? . . Depression comes on a lot faster than you’d think. Within a week I went from absolutely killing two graduate school papers to not washing my hair for five days straight. I haven’t left my bed in two. I missed all my classes this week. The only time I have left my house this week was to get food and to see my therapist. . . I’m writing this post because today, before I finally showered, I looked in the mirror. I saw someone void of feelings. I saw someone exhausted, despite sleeping for more hours than I can count. I saw someone I haven’t seen in a long, long time. But instead of getting mad that this has happened AGAIN, I remembered all those “agains”. I remembered every time I sobbed to my empty bedroom that I was tired of living this way. Every time I called sick into work because of “the flu” instead of depression. Every time I started to see myself withdrawing from the people and things I loved. . . But most importantly, I saw every time I fell down the rabbit hole, and clawed my way back up. And if I can do it, you can too. Reach out. We’re here and waiting for you to change your life. . . #keeptalkingmh

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Mental Health Support

 image by Mental Health Support (@speak_up_speak_now) with caption : "I used to get in constant arguments with people regarding mental illnesses - particularly my family. I fought so hard to" - 1893664059157400615
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I used to get in constant arguments with people regarding mental illnesses - particularly my family. I fought so hard to help them understand it’s not a switch that can be flipped on and off when I want. I tried to explain that I cannot control these obsessive thoughts and dark feelings. I couldn’t talk to any of them because I knew it would end in an argument. However, I received a great piece of advice a few months ago. Which was: “Why bother fighting someone on something they cannot possibly understand?” They continued also saying “You can’t understand it if you haven’t gone through it. Instead of arguing to change their mind, be happy that they haven’t known this darkness”. With that being said, I changed how I talked with people. Instead of being mad at their ignorance, I realized I should be so glad that they haven’t had to go through this. I should be understanding to their reaction because they can’t possible understand what it’s truly like. Now don’t get me wrong though, that doesn’t mean I don’t get annoyed or frustrated still but because of this awareness, I’m able to be okay with it and just encourage those to educate themselves more on mental health to grasped a better understanding. #keeptalkingmh

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go where it hurts

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is coming -- and unfortunately, many will use it as an excuse to with costumes and insane asylum style haunted houses. Awhile back I wrote about the dangerous implications of this kind of of people with mental illness -- it still applies today. I'd love for you to have a read! Link in bio. . . . #keeptalkingmh

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Leslie💁

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This was my 8th grade cheerleading photo. I remember thinking how incredibly hideous and fat and disgusting I looked in this picture. I remember comparing myself to the other girls. I remember hoping that making cheerleader would help me become popular and find a boyfriend. If I could go back and tell her some things I would say: I am proud of you. You are incredibly beautiful, smart, and healthy. Stop hating your body, stop trying to be someone else to fit in, and just be yourself. People will love the real you. Let go of the idea that being thin, popular, and finding a boyfriend will bring you happiness. It won’t. In fact, it will cause you misery. Your life is so hard right now, and it’s okay to be terrified, confused and insecure with you are, you are strong and will get through so much pain and hard times. I wish I could say that it will get easier soon, but it won’t; not for a while. You’ll have to battle with your brain for the rest of your life, learn how to manage your emotions and thoughts and heal from what you are going through now. There will be times you want to give up, but you won’t because are a warrior! Just as you fought hard and made cheerleader, you’ll fight hard for everything you want in life. You’ll eventually start being who you are and taking care of yourself. You’ll be so popular with friends from all over country, so stop worrying about not being the “cool kid” now. You are loved and will be loved by SO MANY. It’s okay that you’re not skinny or have straight hair. One day being curvy and having curly hair will be something you are proud of. Don’t kick yourself for being sensitive. That’s one of your greatest strengths. Keep going. I know it’s hard. But you’re strong enough to make it through. ❤️ #keeptalkingmh

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Strong Witness

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Since it is #MentalHealthMonth, we are going to post EVERYDAY how to remove stigma &" - 1893603739747672658
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@youreneveraloneproject ・・・ Since it is , we are going to post EVERYDAY how to remove stigma & stand up for your mental health! • • Mental health (and life in general) is all about balance. What would your wheel look like? (I’d swap out nutrition and exercise for sunshine days ☀️🌼) • • • #keeptalkingmh