It’s been a whole year since you’ve passed away Justin.. it’s still just as hard to accept as the day i found out, but we’re always thinking about you and we all miss you....i just wanna let everyone know how loved they are and how much they mean. Every single one of you has an importance and a reason to be here. If you ever need a friend or someone to talk to I’m here. You can dm me or text me. 💛#mentalhealthawareness#suicideawareness
So yesterday was a big day, got the racing suit out from retirement it fits ...... just. Ready for Friday. Golf in the morning had my first eagle in a comp a drive of 270m then a 4 iron from 190 to 8 feet, absolute careery, managed to drive and two putt the 8th as well at about 278m. #swim2866 the fund raising is going ok if you want to donate see the link in my bio, all funds are greatly appreciated for a great cause #suicideawareness#beyondblue#mentalhealth
So the random person I am decided to do a 24 hour vlog showing my life on a none busy day and it is now L I V E on Forever Rose (link in bio). I ended up vlogging a bit longer than exactly 24 hours but that kinda makes up for the gap when I was sleeping. I also ended up doing something very adult which you all already know about. A video of the whole tattoo process will be posted on my channel as well as my best friend @diaryoftherose_’s channel later this week. I hope you enjoy this vlog and if you did don’t forget to like and subscribe to my channel! #vlog#vlogger#youtube#youtuber#myfirsttattoo#kiakaha#staystrong#semicolon#yourstoryisntoveryet#suicideawareness
Never apologize 4 facing a mental illness. As we both know is not by choice. So Stan Proud of Who You Are.For the ones that ask you to change or be someone else. It's time to let them go and they owe you an apology. Know Your Worth✌
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⚠️read below⚠️ I haven't felt this way in years. I definitely will not act on it but the thoughts keep running through my head. I could really use someone to talk to.
A few years back I overdosed on medication. To keep me anonymous as possible I do not want to disclose too much information. I shouldn't be alive today. A close friend called 911 and I was brought to PD where the officers believed I only took a few over the counter pain killers. They knew I wasn't acting right and asked me again. I told them it was oxy. I was then rushed to the hospital in a cop car. It's rough thinking about what happened. When I was brought to the hospital the doctors were blown away that I was still breathing. I was then drove in the back of the same cop car to a psych hospital. And I was on the brink of black out. The officers kept asking me to keep my eyes open. Once they know I was okay physically. I was then put in a 10x10 room with 6 others to sleep as they watched us. I didn't get any sleep. In the morning I was asked to be "reviewed" they asked why I did it. All I kept saying was "I just wanted to get high" they cleared me no other questions asked.
I hate thinking about it.
I made this page to help other over come their depression and I've only had one follow contact me and I have not kept up on this page. And when I need someone I can't seem to find anyone. I would really appreciate if I could just talk to someone. Anyone.
I don't want to post this but I want to share my story to help others. IT WILL GET BETTER.
Day 19/22 #pushupchallenge . I was nominated by @tam1jo to do 22 push-ups a day for 22 days to raise awareness for all Veterans dealing with the debilitating disease known as PTSD. On average 22 Veterans a day commit suicide. Too many Hero’s are taking their own life. This is a small way to raise awareness for this issue in the US. Push-ups alone will not solve the problem, but this challenge is designed to raise awareness for a very real problem. Challenge starts tomorrow. The rules are simple: *once you are nominated, your 22 days starts the following day. *Everyday you record yourself doing 22 push-ups. Try your best to reach 22. If that means doing assisted (from your knees) push-ups or that you have to stop and take a break or up against the wall, that is fine. Try to get them done in one video. * Everyday you must nominate a different person. Try to choose people you think will want to do this and/or have the ability to do it. * Finally have fun with this. This is a simple and fun way to get the word out about a matter that more people need to know about and understand. It is unfortunate that so many dealing with difficulties feel that suicide is or may be the only way out. - #22kill - National Suicide Prevention Hotline: 1-800-273-8255 - #ptsd#veterans#suicideawareness#getoffthecouch#beyourbestyou#motivate#inspire
I've been really inactive lately because life is just so all over the place right now🙄 Too much negativity, not enough love being thrown around
But here's an unedited headshot by @jasonmoodyphoto
Makeup done by @morganmabrymakeup
It’s okay to not be okay. We all have days when we want to curl up in a ball, pull the covers over our head, and stay in bed or our safe space. Shut the world out. Nothing wrong with that as long as it does not become the norm and your daily routine. Using that time to reconnect with you could just be want you need to find hope again and bring it back to your life. When we find hope, we can pivot out of despair. We can slowly climb back out of the darkness as we see glimmers of light. I don’t know anyone who has not experienced a broken heart but I do know many who have patched it back up and become stronger people because of it. You Matter. Reach Out. Love Is the Answer.