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  1. LoseWeightWithAng says

    My oldest brother has been having trouble with his mental health lately. He moved back in with our parents and my dad has been getting really frustrated with him. I try to make him understand that he needs this time to figure things out again but it’s hard

  2. bosssybabe says

    I completely agree. Mental health is such a hush hush subject and often times when you’re going through a tough time you can’t express how you feel or what you think can help you. And then also, if you’re watching a loved one go through it, you’re full of guilt and worry wondering what the right thing to say is. I like that you provided us tips to navigate a tough situation.

    What I found most helpful when I was going through a big adjustment after giving birth to my daughter and feeling extremely fatigue and burn out was when people popped by they always offered to do practical things to help me out or they brought a meal with enough for leftovers so that I wouldn’t have to worry about entertaining guests and then have to cook dinner myself.

    So now when a friend or loved one is going through a tough time I often try to think about practical ways I can assist (I.e. Delivering food, picking up groceries, running errands, simple tidying up, etc etc). ❤️🙏 Wonderful and insightful post! 🙂

    • Shelly DS says

      Aww that’s very kind of you! Food is definitely something people overlook during tough times, so I’m a firm believer that it is one of the most practical things to give.
      Thanks so much for reading and sharing your perspective 😊


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