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We’re going to get better ?????? via @adamjk

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CW-Suicide. This photo was taken just 7 hours before I tried to take my own life for the 3rd time. This photo was taken in the morning, we went for a walk and for some food with Eli. We laughed and enjoyed our time. That evening I took an overdose that left me in hospital for a week. . I had no idea I'd try to take my own life in the morning a few years back now, I was smiling and loved the way my hair looked hence the selfie. Having BPD (undiagnosed for so long because the NHS wouldn't listen) means that my mood can switch to suicidal in seconds over the slightest trigger. . Suicidal isn't just crying, for those with a troubled life and long build ups to breaking point, it's also snap decisions made whilst your son sleeps in the same house and your loving partner kissed you goodnight hours before. . We need to learn how suicidal tendencies can present themselves beyond our ignorance to the topic. By listening and learning even the tiniest triggers/signs we can save lives. Educate yourself. ? . . . #suicideprevention #suicideawarness #mentalhealth #mentalillness #mentalhealthawareness #recovery #recoveryispossible #itsokaynottobeokay #loveyourself #loveyourselfmore #selfcare #selflove #posivibes #positivity

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CN mentions of addiction, eating disorder and self harm and cravings. No specific details. ⠀ This is normal. It’s normal to dream about your addiction, whether that’s using drugs or alcohol, gambling, sex (linked to sex addiction), eating disorder behaviours and engaging in various kinds of self harm. This can often get worse when recovering and/or doing harm minimisation/abstinence. Often in these dreams, they’re nice experiences, provide relief, remind you of all the things you like about the addiction. Sometimes you can feel high or even drunk. And then awake with severe cravings and urges. I just wanted to make this to share that it’s common, normal and you’re not alone. It’s a cruel part of the illness that’s often not talked about & people often experience shame and don’t share it with others. ❌Urges and cravings DO NOT last forever.❌ —— ⠀ FAQ & Reposting: ⠀ ❤️ Tag me ? Do not edit/crop ? Credit me at the START of the comment. ? Image descriptions are for visually impaired instagram users. See my “V.I” highlight. ? For any other questions, please see my “FAQ” highlight before messaging me. ?I share these posts on Facebook. If you want to share there, please share original post Facebook.com/hannahdaisyart ⠀ [image description: hand drawn illustration of a curvy person of colour laying down holding a pillow over their head. The person has green knickers and an orange bra, has darker skin, appears able bodied, has cellulite, purple hair and arm hair. The pillow is blue with pink hearts. The background is a misty yellow/orange. Below in green and orange writing it says “it’s normal to dream about your addiction/ed/self harm”. ] #addiction #selfharmrecovery #addicitonrecovery #gamblingrecovery #alcoholrecovery #mentalhealthrecovery #sexaddictionrecovery #eatingdisorderrecovery #edrecovery #edfam #edfamily

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