If you’re always the fixer.

On needing to be needed.

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If you’re always the fixer, always there, always strong, then people react to your crisis with a crisis of their own, just to put you in your place.

If you’re always the fixer, then you’ll be bitter. Enraged — when people don’t understand the parts of you that need fixing. If you’re always the fixer, you’ll value looking good over feeling good…

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Articles on my mental health journey. Anxiety. Trauma. Inspiration.

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