anxiety · depression · mental health

What is lost can be found…

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Hey everyone,

Hope everyone is feeling ok and if you’re not, well that is ok too as you’re only human. In my weekend bubble and loving it! It has only been a day and my anxiety and irritability that has ruled my mind and life this week has dissipated a little. I honestly thought my weekend bubble wouldn’t be able to fix that, I was on the edge of giving up this week, as I just couldn’t see myself winning this battle and I was tired, so damn tired of feeling like a prisoner to my own mind.

This is one of the main problems with bipolar, swinging from feeling nothing to feeling everything can be exhausting and terrifying. It is like being stuck on a swing not being able to jump off, all you can do is keep pushing yourself forward in the hope one day you will be able to slam your feet back onto the ground.
Trying to explain to people that yes, it is a mental illness but it can also affect me physically, I can get heart palpitations, sweating, twitching and exhaustion. Isn’t it crazy how we can hide all of that with a smile!

Anyway on with my tip of the day – What is lost can be found…

We all can feel like that, can’t we? Lost.Wondering around in the dark not knowing where to turn or to keep on going, but what is lost can be found.

We all can feel like that, can’t we? Wondering around in the dark not knowing where to turn or to keep on going, but what is lost can be found. We might have to wait and rest before we find our way again but hope can be just around the corner.
I see it like this when we lose our keys and we search everywhere, under the sofa, coat pockets, turn our bags inside out and still no luck. Then when we stop for a minute and give our mind time to catch up there they are on the coffee table where we left them. Sometimes we need to take a step back and recharge and then we can find our way again.

Take care all

Vixxy rose
Xxx

4 thoughts on “What is lost can be found…

  1. Calming down our mind is the greatest key to find what is lost….
    This trick is somehow the part of the thinking out of the box…
    Thank you so much for sharing such a valuable post..
    😊😊

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  2. I’m just so glad you made it despite feeling like giving up. I don’t want to lose you.

    I didn’t know feeling nothing and then everything was a symptom of bipolar. The more you know! Because that is how things are with schizophrenia as well. So I really really do understand that. When I feel nothing I can take it. But with feeling everything I’m really triggered to self harm. Because I don’t know how to deal with that.

    That’s true. We all know that feeling of wandering in the dark; not knowing where to go. We’ve all taken too many turns when the road was straight. But in time hopefully we reach our destination. We can be found. And we can find ourselves. Even in the complete darkness. It’s possible. 😊

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    1. Thank you it’s so nice to know there is people out there who care 😊 it’s a fucked up life living with mental illness and it can be such a lonely path but having people walking along side you to help you when you are lost in the dark is an amazing feeling x

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