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Invisible Illness! Don't Believe Me Until My Bones Are Already Broken...

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Invisible Illness! Don't Believe Me Until My Bones Are Already Broken...

This isn't recent news, but it is relevant news for me, my story, and another grotesque mental illness saga. My mental illness never seems to go away, but does it better when I find healthier ways to cope. But, this was a time in my life when I was at an all time low mentally, dealing with panic disorders and anorexia, while trying to realize that maybe I truly did have a problem with addiction; not just substances, either.  While chronically threatening to kill myself was the least of my worries. In fact, I thought that it would fix my...

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You Can't See My Depression; But It's There

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You Can't See My Depression; But It's There

Mental health and depression are one of those "things" that is not treated until it's seen. The pitfall of mental health, depression, and mental illnesses are that 99% of the time they aren't seen and they are masked, or people are putting on a good face for show. Just like myself, and many I know included. And when it goes unseen, it can even go unseen by the person suffering from it, too. Not just those who could be helping on the outside, along with your own personal healing. I say treated [above] in the sense that people think that...

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