Als Michelangelo seinen David erschuf, soll er gesagt haben:
Ich habe alles entfernt, was nicht David war.
Alles im Leben beginnt mit einem Gedanken. Selbst unsere Gefühle.
Wir lassen uns von der äußeren Welt oft so blenden und nehmen sie als wahr, dass wir vollkommen vergessen, selbst über unsere Gedanken und Gefühle bestimmen zu können. Egal, wie die Umstände sind. Und so Eiern wir noch mehr, leisten und lernen, damit sich etwas im Außen ändert. Und finden uns erneut in derselben Situation.
Das Außen kann sich nicht ändern, solange wir unser Denken darüber nicht ändern, dadurch neue Emotionen zulassen und anders Handeln.
Du bist gut genug. Lass alles andere in Dir an falschen Überzeugungen, Glaubenssätzen und Täuschungen weg, die den David in dir verbergen. .
👉Mach mit beim Onlinetraining und lerne mit dir liebevoll umzugehen.
Weil du es wert bist.
(Link im Profil)
Andrea von Gefühle verstehen lernen 😘
So chuffed to be asked to go on @bbcradio2 with @fearnecotton
Talking about my new podcast ‘What do I do? Mental Health and Me’ on available on @audible_uk@audible now. Fearn was wonderful and is passionate about Mental Health, so it was so nice to speak so openly and honestly with her. Thanks to all those that wrote in too. Remembering your not alone is so important and that there is always someone willing to listen. 💬Episode 1 @davinamccall talking Addiction and how exercise is essential to her wellbeing. We both did a spin class together 💬Episode 2 @campbellclaret talking psychotic episode,his brothers schizophrenia. Alistair played bagpipes in his bathroom whilst I was sitting on his loo!
💬Episode 3 @catherinebohart talking OCD and body dysmorphia, her passion is baking so we made cakes!
💬Episode 4 #philippullman talking depression. He read and extract from a 400 year old book entitled The Anatomy of Melancholy
💬Episode 5 @amandapalmer talking many low moments including abortion, we did a yoga class together
💬Episode 6 Dr David Crepez-Keay gives more information on PTSD he was one of the mental health experts along with @owenokaneten author of #tentozen
💬Episode 7 @rorybremner1 talking being diagnosed with ADHD age 50 and how that’s had and huge impact on his life. I even went to see him perform
💬 Episode 8 @eddieizzard Wow was a fascinating man. Talking bereavement outside a church in Penarth
💬Episode 9 @felicityhayward talking insomnia after she went swimming in a pond in Hampstead Heath
💬Episode 10 Jon Ronson- journalist and writer - talking anxiety disorder and panic attacks we went to Soho for our chat
💬 Episode 11 @munroebergdorf talking anorexia and struggling with her transition - we had a lovely walk around #victoriapark
I've been feeling low for a few days now.
Taking my meds, so I'm hoping it's a dip. I'm trying to be really honest with you on here because, life isn't always inspiring.
Sometimes you just have to keep on trying, let the tears flow and do what you can. It's when you have to dig deep past the depressing concrete of your soul.
It feels desperate, foolish and useless but in time you reach soil... Reach flowers, reach growth and softness.
You will feel your soul move again. Hope demands it with a whisper.
I've had and still encounter my share of depressive days and constant anxiety.
That little voice inside my head judging away, telling me something i've done is crap. Or that i'm a failure, i'm not as good as my friends or colleagues. And so on.
Well i tell that LITTLE VOICE INSIDE TO FUCK RIGHT OFF.
A good friend of mine is a comedian and she said, in a strong Irish accent. Life is too serious to be taken seriously.
And you know what, she's right. There is no fun in life. We make our own fun. Whether it be changing song lyrics, putting on silly voices. Telling jokes and sending memes etc.
These are some of the things i do which males mundane tasks a little more bearable. laugh alot ✅
dont worry what other people think - they're probably an arsehole
little victories are better than one big unachievable goal
write lists and tick things off. its very satisfying
try anything once. to not like something is better than regretting not doing it.
if something is funny, laugh , who cares what it is.
don't be too harsh on yourself.. your doing pretty good, you just done see it.
There’s always several conversations happening at once... there’s the words, my mind, the body, the heart, the soul... each tells a different story, begging to be heard. Which voice to listen to, is your choice 🌹
The second edition of my book "Soft Thorns" is now available at the link in bio, Urban Outfitters and Barnes and Nobles worldwide! ♥ bridgett xo
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It’s as simple and as complex as that.
The more you eat, the guiltier you feel.
Though the guilt is not just guilt.
It’s a dense, heaviness that sits on your chest and pulls your heart down deeper and deeper.
It’s everywhere. Always. Forever.
It’s dark and it’s hopeless, and carrying it around every single day at every single meal is exhausting.
It gets to be too much.
Behind that guilt is shame.
It’s not “I did a bad thing by eating that apple”, it’s “I am a HORRIBLE, TERRIBLE, WORTHLESS person for eating that apple”.
Do you see now?
“Just eating” isn’t going to fix anything. It will add fuel to the flame.
Though our bodies need food.
So what the fuck do we do?
We sit with the shame.
And we learn to unlearn it.