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Relaxing video I took during a time I was focusing on self-care by relaxing. You’re strong and loved. Just remember that you can get through anything if you’ve already made it this far. It’s okay to feel sad. It’s okay to struggle. That’s what makes us human. At the end of every storm, comes the bright sunny days again. Just wait. Give it time. Grow. We all love you, especially God. If you’re not religious, trust that everyone is here for you today, including me.
Authenticity, for me, means that an individual should display raw depictions of their life as it is. They should acknowledge the bad while they promote the good in their lives. I don’t care if this picture doesn’t get enough likes or creates a stigma against me. This is for me to show, and no one else has a right to tear it down. There are some that know that I’ve been living with depression, anxiety, and eating disorders for several years now. I tried my best to appear energetic in public, but only whenever I actually managed to leave the confines of my room. I was terrified of talking to my family or letting my friends think that I was crazy. In reality, I was/am not crazy—I was plagued by things out of my control and lacked proper support from the people closest to me. I lost amazing friends, the respect of relatives, and my identity through the past few years. I’ve forgiven myself, and I understand if they haven’t done the same. It took a year of pure isolation for me to understand that I needed to get help through any open opportunity. Long story short, I’m doing very well and prioritizing self-care nowadays. I believe that everyone needs help once in a while, and it’s perfectly fine to ask for it. In fact, helping other people and seeing them relax is what truly makes me happy. I’m stronger than before, and I can definitely say I’m my own person. I’m actually making a difference in my own life and in others’ with my current job. I hope to carry this peaceful mindset with me for the rest of my life. . . . #mentalhealthawareness #authenticity #selfcare