Harm Reduction



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83 responses to “Harm Reduction

  1. Love this idea. Thanks for sharing

  2. This is a very powerful blog post – thank you for sharing.

    I only wish my brother’s girlfriend could have seen this a month ago before she went straight to the bottom of the list. Mental health is a topic many are too worried to touch, yet it is an important conversation to have and continue.

  3. wow! this is so inspiring and I just wanted to say that I’m going to make a list of my own now. Thank you for this idea and I will definitely give you credit when I blog my list. awesome!!

  4. I think someone once told me I should do this. I never got round to it. Perhaps it was too scary to create the list. Maybe I got enmeshed in other things… But, I might actually do this.

  5. Wow. Just found this — and just made a list similar, of all the things to do when I’m having a down day. I figure if I try enough of them, I’ll feel better. So glad you shared this, and can’t wait to see more posts.

  6. vanessareneeramos

    Reblogged this on vanessareneeramos and commented:
    I’m Really Thinking Differently.

  7. Wow, these are not the thoughts of a depressed person, this is the spirit of a warrior!
    The list gave me a thrill.. I bet each of us goes through such moments sometimes..
    How about this “it’s the days when we are not fit for human consumption”…
    we do get such days, when we feel all alone in the world, not needed by anyone and not even needed by ourselves, the self value sinks, the colors deem, but then we get up, jump back on out feet, pull on our faces and shields and go ahead.. We always get back on our feet. Thanks for the deep post!

  8. We look into the abyss and get to know it. Then the fear of it begins to fade.

  9. Mr. Purple

    Somethings people just forget some wonderful things in all their worries and disappointments… Thank you for reminding me and others of these.

  10. You are lucky to have such wise women in your life! Thank you for sharing. It is refreshing to read something so honest about a topic that so many people silently struggle with. I know creating my own list will be a powerful tool when I’m tempted to jump to more destructive coping mechanisms. Thanks again for sharing!

  11. Missie

    this is a truly inspiring post. i can only dream that making a list of my own will help me with my awful problems. thank you.

  12. this is something that many teenagers like me should read, thank you very much πŸ™‚

    • brenttzu

      i just hope you didn’t take ‘Find an anonymous person to have sex with.’ too serious πŸ™‚ lols. but this post is indeed perky eh? cool to share ryt? πŸ™‚

  13. Gonna have to try this, I think. Thank you.

  14. brenttzu

    Find an anonymous person to have sex with….. (hahahahahhahaha)
    -love this!

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  16. Depression is not a place for good planners. I think you don’t belong to the land of the unhappy. Get out of there and add “smiling” and “feeling happy for no reason” to your list as well.

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