My Mental Health

Lately I’ve still been feeling a lot of things that would happen when my mental health is not at a healthy level. Still very little emotion, very little to no pleasure and interest in the hobbies that I normally enjoy and passionate for, not feeling like myself at all but had my parents take away my iPad, iPod and laptop (a week ago I had an online crazy spending spree). For the days that I haven’t had the iPad particularly, I’ve missed it but at times to feel like it’s a good thing to help me gain control and practice the same and better habits for spending money like I normally do when shopping at malls. But for the part on missing it, there have been some ideas of mine throughout those days that I really wanted to type on my iPad with my keyboard to create some really creative, inspiring, uplifting, encouraging and insightful articles and posts on my Medium account! Now I’ve lost that urge to post a lot on my tumblr account, but I’ve decided to posts either once a day or every other day or so. And to not post as much posts on Facebook. Will post more of the kind of posts I still am interested in posting once I’ve moved further with my full diagnosis and further steps for my mental health as well. Once I get the results from my full diagnosis, I will discuss with both doctors and my parents about letting me post the kind of post that they’ve always been refusing to let me post online,: relating to mental health, adding my thoughts to links in posts, etc.

“Often people attempt to live their lives backwards: they try to have more things, more money, in order to do more ifs hat they want so that they will be happier. The way it actually works is the reverse. You must first be who you really are, then do what you really need to do, in order to have what you want.” ~ Margaret Young
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