"It is only invisible because you can't see what caused the actions. The thoughts and feelings that led to the behaviors. It may be invisible to you, but the reality I have to face every day isn't." Anonymous post. Thanks for sharing!
Words that you hear from others. Words that you tell yourself. Words that you express to others. They all matter. Some may hurt. Some may heal. Validation comes from you though. My mental illness has taught me the power of words with what I will accept and what I try to put out.
"I constantly battle with my own thoughts every single day, yet no one will ever notice because I put a mask on my face. I know that I will never understand my own thoughts, and it's ok. Though it has caused a great amount of pain, I fight it every day with the same strength. … Continue reading It is ok to not understand
Thanks for sharing, Kat! Feel free to check out her Tumblr here.
Everyone isn't going to get 100%. Sometimes you have to balance it out to not over do it. This is especially for any caregivers out there.