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Time to break out the hashtag! ๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚ today hasnโ€™t gone to plan! ๐Ÿ˜‚Iโ€™m happy though, not because of the food specifically but just because Iโ€™ve had a nice day which is the main thing ๐Ÿ‘ #agoraphobia

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Curing Candida & Mental Health

image by Curing Candida & Mental Health (@curingcandida) with caption : "Back to apple cider vinegar! It helped me so much, but I stopped it because that's just how my mind works: do something " - 1696611180549050854
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Back to apple cider vinegar! It helped me so much, but I stopped it because that's just how my mind works: do something to make myself better and then stop it because I'm "in a decent place" at the time. Not a healthy pattern. Also, after getting help from a holistic doctor again, it reminded me how much of a stigma is tied to mental health, especially anxiety, panic attacks, depression, and agoraphobia. Unless they've experienced themselves or have great empathetic/sympathetic traits, they think these disorders are something you can just snap out of or get better soon from. I totally get it...When I'm in a very good place at the moment, I think, "How could I ever have had anxiety? I don't feel anxious at all! I forgot what anxiety/panic even feels like," but then it hits again soon after, and I remember it all. Guess it's a good thing to not remember your previous struggles until they happen again. However, it's just so frustrating to have a doctor that becomes inconsistent and/or just doesn't understand, saying stuff like, "You need to pick yourself up because one day, life just hits you," to someone with severe, chronic anxiety who literally feels like they have a film over their head that is controlling their thoughts and feelings. Yeah, life did hit me when I STARTED having panic attacks and couldn't leave the house and almost had to quit my jobs (online) and online schooling; it made me realize how much I was struggling. It's even worse that no doctor has seen me in actual "anxiety mode;" I appear so calm and collected, even when I'm having awful symptoms, unless it's a full-blown panic attack. It makes me feel like I appear like I'm lying, exaggerating, or simply ungrateful for what "other people" have to go through because my words just don't match my tone of voice or body language when I'm speaking to doctors. I feel like I'd have to cry and hyperventilate just so they can finally understand, but I won't. It also doesn't help when a doctor notices your flaws, not to help, but just to kind of point things out. That's not a way to treat someone with mental health problems.

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The Anxiety Lab

image by The Anxiety Lab (@theanxietylab) with caption : "Yeah, Iโ€™m complex and complicated. So many layers to my heart, my soul, my mind. Iโ€™m probably too much for some people a" - 1696604273133049755
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Yeah, Iโ€™m complex and complicated. So many layers to my heart, my soul, my mind. Iโ€™m probably too much for some people and perfect for others, with an equally deep soul and the patience to work through the layers. If they do, itโ€™s for a lifetime โœจ . . . . #Agoraphobia

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Day 262 I went to pick up my daughter I been having high levels of Anxiety (no more sweets for me, well I'm not going to eat a entire bag of sweets in a day) out of nowhere I started to feel anxious, later on I went for a walk, that same night around 11 pm (Friday night) I started feeling weird, and I got hit by a, quick vertigo attack that lasted a maybe a minute, after that I felt off balance so I started pacing around my house. Day 263 (currrent day) I went for a walk around 9am, whenever I have a panic attack at night, I try to go for a walk once a I wake up the next day, because I know I'll started thinking about what happened last night, so going for a walk will keep my mind on what's happening right now. #agoraphobia

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Prepping my agoraphobic self for LoveBurn + thought'd share some helpful (free!) apps I've come across to manage panic + anxiety ๐ŸŒ€ 1. Emergency Chat. I love this one. Helps you communicate thru txt with people when symptoms leave you nonverbal. I use it when I dissociate hard. 2. PTSD Coach. Provides info, tools for tracking + handling symptoms, links to support. 3. Calm Harm. Helps you manage self-harm impulses. 4. What's Up. Uses CBT to help you tolerate painful emotions + thoughts. 5. Centered State. Uses visual patterns to guide breathing. Did I miss any? Comment below! Good luck I'm very proud of you. ๐Ÿ’™ #agoraphobia

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Charlotte ๐ŸŽ€

image by Charlotte ๐ŸŽ€ (@_chars.journey) with caption : "Things are slipping backwards. I havenโ€™t been going for walks, havenโ€™t been eating enough and Iโ€™ve been staying in my ro" - 1696564660408295874
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Things are slipping backwards. I havenโ€™t been going for walks, havenโ€™t been eating enough and Iโ€™ve been staying in my room/in bed 90% of every day. I hate myself for fucking it up again. ๐Ÿ˜ญ #agoraphobia

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The Haven: Mental Health Chat