25 Best Mental Health Quotes to Inspire You Today
Today, if you ask people personally about their mental health, then you will know that most of the people are stuck in many imaginary goals and expectations set by themselves.
The truth is that with the speed at which life is running, at the same speed, we are pushing ourselves in an unwanted way towards suffering. If there is tension in one’s life about the financial situation, then there are business fluctuations in one’s life. If someone is unable to get the love he desires, then someone is not getting his desired job. Often, if we see the root of these customized goals and expectations imposed from the rest of the world. It is a result of our own social status somewhere.
People are often reluctant to talk about mental health, we should understand that this is also a common problem. There is a need to discuss this in more detail. We need to listen properly to those who are going through the problem of mental health. Much needed to talk to them and understand them. We need to convince them that this is absolutely normal. You can try more harder for your goals & dreams . But if it is not possible, then there is no need to be sad. It is truth of life that you cannot get everything and we have to accept it. We need to improve their mental health with encouragement and love.
Here are the 25 best quotes about mental health, if any of these mental health quotes can help then clear is amazing:
1 “Often it’s the deepest pain which empowers you to grow into your highest self.” ~Karen Salmansohn
2. Give yourself a break. Stop beating yourself up!. Everyone makes mistakes, has setbacks and failures. You don’t come with a book on how to get it right all the time. You will fail sometimes, not because you planned to, but simply because you’re human. Failure is a part of creating a great life.” ~Les Brown
3. “She overcame everything that was meant to destroy her.” ~Sylvester McNutt
4. “Be confused, it’s where you begin to learn new things. Be broken, it’s where you begin to heal. Be frustrated, it’s where you start to make more authentic decisions. Be sad, because if we are brave enough we can hear our heart’s wisdom through it. Be whatever you are right now. No more hiding. You are worthy, always.” ~S.C. Lourie
“The best thing you could do is master the chaos in you. You are not thrown into the fire, you are the fire.” ~Mama Indigo
6. “Sometimes self care is exercise and eating right. Sometimes it’s spending time with loved ones or taking a nap. And sometimes it’s watching an entire season of TV in one weekend while you lounge around in your pajamas. Whatever soothes your soul.” ~Nanea Hoffman
7. “Nobody can save you but yourself, and you’re worth saving. It’s a war not easily won, but if anything is worth winning then this is it.” ~Charles Bukowski
8. “Out of all the things I have lost, I miss my mind the most.” ~Mark Twain
9. “You don’t have to be positive all the time. It’s perfectly okay to feel sad, angry, annoyed, frustrated, scared and anxious. Having feelings doesn’t make you a negative person. It makes you human.” ~Lori Deschene
10. ”Healing takes time, and asking for help is a courageous step.” ~Mariska Hargitay
“Some days I am more wolf than woman, and I am still learning how to stop apologizing for my wildness.” ~Nikita Gill
12. “She is a beautiful piece of broken pottery, put back together by her own hands. And a critical world judges her cracks while missing the beauty of how she made herself whole again.” ~J.M. Storm
13. “One small crack does not mean that you are broken, it means that you were put to the test and you didn’t fall apart.” ~Linda Poindexter
14. “Sometimes the people around you won’t understand your journey. They don’t need to, it’s not for them.” ~Joubert Botha
15. “Just because you don’t understand it doesn’t mean it isn’t so.” ~Lemony Snicket
16. “Anything that’s human is mentionable, and anything that is mentionable can be more manageable. When we can talk about our feelings, they become less overwhelming, less upsetting, and less scary.” ~Fred Rogers
17. “The problem with having problems is that ‘someone’ always has it worse.” ~Tiffany Madison, Black and White
18. I cannot stand the words “Get over it”. All of us are under such pressure to put our problems in the past tense. Slow down. Don’t allow others to hurry your healing. It is a process, one that may take years, occasionally, even a lifetime – and that’s OK.” ~Beau Taplin
19. “What mental health needs is more sunlight, more candor, and more unashamed conversation.” ~Glenn Close
20. “There is no shame in taking medication for a mental illness. Do whatever works for you.”
21. “On particularly rough days when I’m sure I can’t possibly endure, I like to remind myself that my track record for getting through bad days so far, is 100% and that’s pretty good.”
“Your mental health is a priority. Your happiness is an essential. Your self-care is a necessity.”
23. “The most beautiful people we have known are those who have known defeat, known suffering, known struggle, known loss, and have found their way out of the depths. These persons have an appreciation, a sensitivity, and an understanding of life that fills them with compassion, gentleness, and a deep loving concern. Beautiful people do not just happen.” ~Elisabeth Kübler-Ross
“I’m not faking being sick. I’m actually faking being well.”
25. “It’s okay to feel unstable. It’s okay to disassociate. It’s okay to hide from the world. It’s okay to need help. It’s okay not to be okay. Your mental illness is not a personal failure.”
Jenny Lawson, who is an American journalist, author and blogger, has made a statement about mental health to a great extent. She says that;
When you come out of the grips of a depression there is incredible relief, but not one you feel allowed to celebrate. Instead, the feeling of victory is replaced with anxiety that it will happen again, and with shame and vulnerability when you see how your illness affected your family, your work, everything left untouched while you struggled to survive. We come back to life thinner, paler, weaker… but as survivors. Survivors who don’t get pats on the back from coworkers who congratulate them on making it. Survivors who wake to more work than before because their friends and family are exhausted from helping them fight a battle they may not even understand.
I hope to one day see a sea of people all wearing silver ribbons as a sign that they understand the secret battle, and as a celebration of the victories made each day as we individually pull ourselves up out of our foxholes to see our scars heal, and to remember what the sun looks like.
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