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You Still Need to Trust Your Gut When You Have a Mental Illness

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My experience with mental health professionals has often been both patronizing and humiliating.

I was told what I needed rather than asked. Those people assumed they knew best and didn’t want to be questioned.

If your inner voice tells you that you are the most insignificant human being on this planet — don’t listen to it.

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Emilia Smith

Emilia Smith

Telling my mental health journey. Talking about the hilarious everyday madness we call life. www.buymeacoffee.com/emiliajade

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