#Feel Your Feelings, But Don’t Put Exaggerated Labels On Yourself #ReturningInjury


Today’s Challenge: Feel your feelings, but don’t put exaggerated labels on yourself.

Sometimes we’re scared… that doesn’t mean we have Anxiety Disorder. 

Sometimes we’re sad… that doesn’t mean we have Depression.

Sometimes we are excited and can’t concentrate… that doesn’t mean we have ADHD.

Sometimes we cry… that doesn’t mean we have Post Tramatic Stress Disorder.

In Returning Injury, Rebecca has a stalker… just imagine the mind games she goes through to find her strength and her truth… 

3 thoughts on “#Feel Your Feelings, But Don’t Put Exaggerated Labels On Yourself #ReturningInjury

  1. So true. I have really been damaged by people saying they’re depressed when in truth they were just sad for a while. Real depression is a long thing and very nasty. That’s not to say they don’t feel bad, but if you spend all day laughing with your friends while I’m crying in a corner for weeks it’s not quite the same. Thanks for the post anyway!

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  2. Yes, I know what you mean. A loss is different. Grieving is natural and normal. I think flashbacks and dreaming about a distressing even constantly is different to remembering. We need to remember. But if it controls you that’s different. I hope you have a manageable week 😍

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