It Is Alright Not To Feel Okay

May 30, 2017

It is alright not to feel okay

In honor of Mental Health Awareness Month, my May monthly favorites page has highlighted mental health resources, organizations, and things that have been helpful on our journey. I hope you have had a chance to take a look. One great place to start is letting others and ourselves know it is alright not to feel okay.

One last thing I want to leave you with this month is a message from this video. Click the read more to see the video.

IT IS ALRIGHT NOT TO FEEL OKAY

Acceptance of ourselves and others is the best place to start.  

4 Comments

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    Erin @ www.burdenfreecaregiving.com

    Yes and Amen! I completely agree with your post. Nicely done. Today, on James Robinson’s show, “Life Today”, Shelia Walsh interviewed Kay Warren. The whole show was dedicated to mental illness- both the death of Kay’s son and Shelia’s depression.

    You have nailed it here- It is alright not to feel okay. Bless you for your bringing these truths to light.

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      Maree Dee

      Erin,

      Oh, I wish I would have watched that today. I admire both of those ladies. I jumped on over and saw that I could watch it online. Thank you for letting us know.

      I am so glad you liked this post. I have to admit I had to learn how to sit in my family members pain without trying to fix it.

      Blessings,

      Maree

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    Ifeoma Samuel

    I did visit the page…It is nice to see a few posts around the theme.
    God Bless your heart for your kindness.

    1. Reply

      Maree Dee

      Ifeoma – Thank you for visiting. Maree

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