Ride the wave

It is coming

its coming

A tidal wave

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Social media

Blogs

Communication tools

Tools that can change the world

one person at a time.

There is a tidal wave coming, it is slowly building. I can see it. It is a tiny wave now, but like a snowball going down hill, it can grow quickly.

All it takes is people.

People that talk.

That is all it is, talking.

That is all we need to do.

Talk listen and learn. Then we can help. Seek help. Not live in fear.

ride the wave

Be a part of the wave

Ride the crest

Remove the stigma from Mental Health

Pull it into the sunlight.

It is going to happen, lets make it happen sooner.

One out of five will suffer with a mental illness each year. It doesn’t have to be alone. Hiding it, being ashamed, worried, embarrassed, not understood. This just adds to their torment and problems. 

The word mental is not bad.

We can change that

 

crest

 

 

Talk to your family, talk to a friend, talk to your doctor, share. Don’t hide, be proud of who you are. Let people help. You are worth it.

Talk to your family, is someone suffering and you don’t see it? Look closer, one out of five is, someone you know is. Talk to them, learn. Listen. See how you can help. They are worth it!

 

 

Lets talk

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About sensuousamberville

I am a Practitioner, teacher and student. I think we should always be students, we should keep our minds open, to continue to learn. :-) Now a mother of two little ones.

7 responses »

  1. More and more we see and hear stories every day of the one’s that go beyond the breaking point. One day, the wave will catch as you say …. and there will be those that we start to help BEFORE they reach their breaking point.

    So yes…. we all must ride the wave and make our voices heard … to not stay silent any longer.

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  2. Mwaaah angel, keep up the good work. xxx

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  3. Great post. It took me a long time to admit I was mentally ill to others. I still have 2 ex-boyfriends from when I was 15 and 16 (I’m now 28) and newly diagnosed, I self harmed, and they would make cruel jokes about it, how I should kill myself, etc. It affects me to this day.
    There is still a stigma with doctors, though. Some of them are complete a-hole’s when it comes to mental illness. They assume mentally ill means you aren’t med compliant, you know nothing of your meds, you’re malingering, and so on.
    Stop the stigma!

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    • nods, I am making more effort to make this a true wave. It is taking off too, With social media I really believe we can do it.

      The stigma is almost half the problem, the stress it creates for families and the sufferers. Stress that is not necessary, Think of how your teen years would have gone if there was no stigma.

      I have seen this with doctors too. Sometimes medical doctors make the stepping procedure to a diagnosis more difficult.

      we are going to change it, and soon. 🙂

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  5. We’ll ride it together – share, share, share!

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