25 Reminders For When You're Struggling With Your Mental Health
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25 Kind Reminders For When Your Mental Health Is Not Where It Needs To Be

Don't give up on yourself, you got this.

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25 Kind Reminders For When Your Mental Health Is Not Where It Needs To Be

When you are struggling with your mental health, it is really easy to get caught up in the negativity of it all and forget some of the things that are really important. Here are some of the things that are really crucial to remember when you are going through a tough time.

1. You are important and you matter 

2. Be kind to yourself 

3. Stop judging yourself 

4. You are so loved 

5. Work on your coping skills 

6. Practice positive self talk 

7. Rest 

8. Pay attention to your self care battery 

Make time for yourself when you need it.

9. Your mistakes don't define you 

10. Set boundaries for your triggers 

11. You are allowed to say no 

12. Follow your treatment plan 

13. Your wants and needs are valid 

14. Create a strong support system

15. Don't give up on yourself 

16. Productivity does not define your worth 

17. Go to therapy 

If it is accessible for you, give it a try.

18. Reach out for help 

19. Your boundaries are important and worthy of respect 

20. Don't hide in shame or silence 

21. Ask for what you need 

22. Your scars are symbols of your strength 

23. Take a deep breath 

24. You are capable of amazing things 

25. You are doing your best and that is what really matters 

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