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What's agitating you in your life?

What in your life is currently agitating you? How do you feel with it? Why are you allowing it? What is it doing for you? Let's me share my agitation triggers and how I cope with them daily. First step, just breathe.




I am open and honest about my mental illness diagnoses. I have clinical depression and sever mood swings. I get agitated and annoyed quite a bit. Being in therapy since the age of 10 really has helped me with soothing my agitation. I can feel it coming. It typically happens when too many things are happening at 1 time. too many people are talking to me. Too much fast pace moving is happening. If someone is being short and rude... I shut down. I get real quiet because if I don't... my actions and words won't be be. I know myself and my coping skills. So being quiet is exactly what i need in that moment


Don't let anyone or anything get you out of character. Don't let anything take you to a place where you will be ashamed to look yourself in the mirror. I had to learn this. I am really big on standing up for myself. I talk really broad and make extreme eye contact. I need the other person to know that they are testing me... and that's not a good idea for either of us. Most importantly, I was wrong. No one person should be able to get you to that level of aggression and agitation. They have too power over you, your thoughts, and your emotions. You have to choose what to do in that situation to keep your happiness and your sanity.

Here are some tips to sooth agitation: meditation, breathing, walking away, rubbing your hands together, rubbing your leg, and squeeze a stress ball. I recently started meditation. I love it. I do feel it helps a lot. I meditate and pray and the same time. I thank you for what I have and pray he guides to what I want to have. I love meditation.



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  I have a personal connection with mental illness awareness and suicide prevention. I know just how important it is to take care of your mental health. I have been in therapy since the age of 10. I've spent the majority of my life trying to maintain a sane mindset. Somedays are good and other days are not so good. But most importantly, I refuse to give up. I won't give up on me 

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