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Dear Future Lover, From a Woman With Borderline Personality Disorder

By Rachael Seider Dear future lover, Love me as a whole.I will give you my soul.When we get into a small fight,The fear that you will leave me feels right. When you say something I don’t like,I want to say, “Take a hike.”Baby, please stay.Accept my fear.Please, don’t shed a tear. Dear future lover, If you make even the smallest mistake,My heart may break.I may try to push you away once more.But please, understand what I am doing it for. Give me some space.When I forgive you, I will race,Race right into your loving caress.My next episode is our best guess.Together we can beat my borderline.Working as a team,We’ll be just fine. Dear future lover, Some days, I may forget...

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Responsible Pet Care is a Lifetime Commitment

A pet should be forever; a lifetime commitment to love, honor and protect a dog or cat with the best pet care possible.  I personally have moved six times in the last four years and have never had the thought of giving up my dog Zoey for adoption, she has come with me every step of the way and that’s how it will be forever! I chose to get her and I am her forever momma no matter what life brings us! A pet would never consider giving us away for any reason, and they give us a lifetime of unconditional love with no questions asked. Pets aren’t something to be discarded because they don’t match the living room curtains...

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Depression Doesn't Always Have A Face or Mood

Please watch this video. A video to show everyone that depression doesn’t have a face or mood.  The video is about Chester Bennington, frontman of Linkin Park, 36 Hours before he took his own life.  His wife Talinda decided to share the video to show everyone that this is what depression looked like to their family, he was in good spirits, laughing, surrounded by the ones who love him the most and who he loved the most.  Depression doesn’t always have a face or mood to go along with how one is actually feeling, because it’s so much easier faking a smile than explaining why you’re are sad. People think depression is sadness, crying or dressing in black. But people...

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5 Facts About Mood Disorders

Our emotions are a part of our everyday lives. Feelings of joy or sadness are common: you’ll feel happiness when you hear good news, and you’ll feel sadness when maybe the day hasn’t gone the way you thought it would. It happens to all of us! But it’s possible to have these same feelings even more intensely. Intense sadness can be seen as depression, and intense joy or elation can be seen as mania. This, in turn, characterizes various mood disorders such as bipolar disorder or depressive disorders. While we’ve come a long way in terms of what we know about mental illnesses, there are still quite a few things that most people don’t know or realize about mood disorders:...

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Tired of Fighting

You know that feeling?When you’re just waiting.Waiting to get home, into your room,Close the door, fall into bed,And just let everything out that you kept in all day.That feeling of both relief and desperation.Nothing is wrong.But nothing is right either.And you’re tired.Tired of everything, tired of nothing.And you just want someone to Be there and tell you it’s okay.But no one’s going to be there.And you know you have to be strongFor yourself, because no one can fix youBut you’re tired of waiting.Tired of having to be the one to fix yourself and everyone else.Tired of being strong.And for once, you just want it to be easy.To be simple. To be helped. To be saved.But you know you won’t be.But...

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