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Your Circle

your circle

​We all have times when we feel alone and question 'Who is going to be there for me when I really need them?' During those times, we tell ourselves that no one cares. But we need to remember that this is simply not true. Often, our depression and anxiety cause this kind of negative self-talk. The reality is there are people who are rooting for us, who want to be there for us and want to see us succeed at life. There are a variety of people who want to help us; family, friends, counselors, teachers and crisis centers.

Before things get stressful it is important to map out who you are going to go to for help if you are not able to keep yourself safe or if you just need some extra support.

Planning ahead allows you to know who to turn to during those times when you just cannot think of anyone. We know that times like this can happen, get prepared. Be proactive not reactive.

Once you have mapped out your circle of support; put it in a special place, keep it handy.

Sometimes being strong doesn’t mean battling it alone. Sometimes being strong means admitting you need help.   -Unknown



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