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It’s called a mutual understanding. #MentalHealth #Stigma #AngryPhase #MovingOn

I ask myself. Am I wrong for feeling this way?

Since some of my own family & those who claimed to be a friend, has chosen not to be here in times of crisis and a need for emotional support, but instead has decided to “demonize & stigmatize” because suddenly mental health disorders have impacted my children. You know what, they can kick rocks!

It sickens me to know that family who share the same blood & people who said they were a true friend, have the audacity to act this way! It’s bad enough fighting against stigma from outsiders! This moment in my life was here to expose who’s real and who’s fake. If you couldn’t be here in the most significant times, don’t bother coming back around when things are going great! Like right now!

MOVING FORWARD…

Thank you for allowing me to vent today! And for the continued support. I hope I didn’t offend anyone. However, I’m confident I’m not the only one in this boat. Have a blessed day!

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9 thoughts on “It’s called a mutual understanding. #MentalHealth #Stigma #AngryPhase #MovingOn

      1. Not. At. All. I slightly referenced my current situation in my post Lemonade, posted yesterday, if you wanna peek, but you absolutely aren’t. But look @ God materializing battle buddies out of nowhere for his battle weary warriors. Be steadfast, hun… #tetelestai

  1. That actually helped me today. Kick rocks made for the best feelings you should have about these people. I find you statement more than true.

    Awesome that you did vent because some of us needed it

  2. Just when I think I need to back off on the seizuremamaandrose.org mission, somebody like you shows up to kick me in the butt. Thanks Mama Erika. I don’t want on your bad side. Whew!

  3. I hear you, when one has lived with a mental health issue – one realises a few things : most of the people who put you down have issues themselves and are not aware of their own wyrd. I am ok with my diagnosis – it’s a tool for me to communicate with me and my loved ones because I can take responsibility for them and give them love x More power to you x H

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