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In honor of the first day of BFRB Awareness Week, I made a powerpoint of an overview of Body Focused Repetitive Behaviors (BFRBs). Keep in mind that this is just an overview. 

This explains a lot about me.

Wow… This brought up some feelings.


Boosting for awareness

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This. It isn’t fun to talk about, but it’s important. Never let anyone make you feel bad for trying to make yourself feel better. 

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When it comes to mental illness and suicide prevention, silence is deadly. Not speaking up or reaching out to someone can cost a life. Speak up and let people know that they’re not alone.

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My counselor suggested that I imagine my anxiety as a monster, and to imagine myself chasing it around, kicking it, stomping on it, etc. whenever I’m defying it. It’s been very helpful.

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1 in 8 people have self harmed. Be careful what you say or do because you don’t know how people may react.

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5 Myths About Mental Illness Debunked. 10 Bucks Says You Believe #2. →

A great video for mental health awareness month!


Self-care cheat sheet via

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Anonymous whispered: "I am struggling with my mental health issues after going through a huge unwanted change in my life. My friend is supposed to be an advocate but makes fun of me and calls me psycho and I really just want to die. What should I do???"

First of all, you can call this number 24/7 if you’re ever feeling suicidal: 

You could try talking to your friend and telling him/her how you feel. Maybe he/she doesn’t realize how upset his/her words are making you.

stay strong <3



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you are so much stronger than what you’re battling

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Cats are literally the cutest nerds ever

in case you’re having a bad day

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You should never feel ashamed because of your mental illness.

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