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Es ist immer toll, eine zu treffen! Heute war es . Danke, für das spannende Gespräch über und . Ich freue mich auf ein Wiedersehen. – at Tollhaus







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Is your life passionate? "Live with passion!" Tony Robbins










I had a really inspiring few days in London with and for the first of 3 workshops. Lots of learning about implementing at local and national scale. Lots of looking forward esp with my patients – at The Cumberland




When you cut out those who drag you down; Life will begin to unfold as you grow into the skin you were meant to walk in. This week write down the things/people that are holding you down. Are they worth it? Imagine a life where the only things holding you down Is yourself.

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So much to share from I don’t know where to start! Overwhelmed by the amount of expertise about in the room. Thanks to all the sharers & an amazing poem from to end a wonderful day... favourite quotes to follow...



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Many people are on a journey of self exploration. They feel dissatisfaction with life or a desire to do new things. I coach clients to increase self awareness and deepen the process of self discovery resulting in an internal shift and in turn the external change follows.



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Travel isn’t always pretty. It isn’t always comfortable. Sometimes it hurts, it even breaks your heart. But that’s okay. The journey changes you; it should change you. It leaves marks on your memory, on your consciousness, on your heart, and on your body. You take something with you. Hopefully, you leave something good behind.
—  Anthony Bourdain

When you and I were together, every single atom in my body told me that it was the right thing. That we were a perfect fit. And that kind of love… it can change your whole life.

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Day 19

Really a bummer of a day. Friends, family, work… nothing is quite right. However, we did manage to do well at sticking to our health plan. I made a killer veggie marinara egg breakfast and an awesome kale/sausage stir fry for dinner. We had some kombucha and cashews for a snacks. We went to the gym and I forced my way through the work out even though I was disrupted by a drama call. I was at my wits end, but really glad I pushed through it. I know I felt better because of the work out. We even managed to do a quick grocery trip without giving in to any of the monster cravings. Jason was able to put his jeans back on - that was pretty monumental. 

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“Being mentally ill is not an excuse to act like a jackass. I’m quoting my therapist, my mom, and my mailman…sorry, Carl.”

I’ve always really admired Pete Davidson. I admired him when he became the first 90′s baby to be casted on SNL at the age of 20. I admired him when he unabashedly admitted to being a pothead and found a variety of ways to incorporate that into his comedy. I admired him when he opened up about his Borderline Personality Disorder and his Crohn’s Disease (as I’m sure he will continue to do). I admire his poise surrounding his whirlwind relationship with Ariana Grande (hang in there, Pete!). I absolutely adore his boldness, brashness, and dry, dark sense of humor. The above quote was taken from Pete Davidson’s appearance on Weekend Update about two weeks ago when he was discussing Kanye West’s behavior the previous Saturday. If you haven’t seen this clip, I urge you to watch it. While Pete Davidson cracks jokes and makes light, his messages come across loud and clear: It’s OKAY to need and take medication. It’s NOT okay to act like a jerk and excuse yourself because you’re mentally ill.

I’m sure a lot of people read that and nod their heads enthusiastically. But the reality is, most mentally ill people are probably not aware of the fucked up shitty things they do and then shrug off because, “I’m super messed up.” This is not meant to come across as “holier than thou,” and I am certainly including myself in this category. It has taken me a long time to make as much progress as I have, and I think I have gotten pretty good at calling myself out and apologizing, acknowledging the other person’s feelings about my behavior, or finding ways to make amends when I do something inconsiderate (or worse) when it’s mental health related. But sometimes I need reminding, and even though it hurts, I do my best to take a step back and absorb what the other person is saying. My feelings, while valid, are certainly not the only feelings that matter.

There have been many people in my life, both past and present, who behave poorly and treat me badly, then expect me to let it go and tell me I have no right to be hurt or angry because they “can’t help it.” And that may very well be true. One of my worst symptoms is dissociation and I definitely have no idea what’s going on when that happens. It’s a terrifying phenomenon. But again, my feelings are not the only feelings that matter. Just because my mental illness may cause me to do something I have little to no control over does not mean the person I’ve hurt has no right to be hurt, or that I don’t owe them an apology.

If you moved your arm in such a way that you accidentally elbowed someone in the face, wouldn’t you still apologize? Wouldn’t you feel absolutely terrible that this unfortunate circumstance and timing led to you smashing someone’s face with a sharp body part? I know it’s a bit more complex than that, but it really is the same principle. You may be in a circumstance where your mental illness is out of your control and you do or say something dismissive, hurtful, or even mean. It may have been completely unintentional. But that person’s face has still been smashed in by your elbow.

Something else I think about is that people who say and do things like this are not people who truly want to better themselves. And this goes for anyone, not just neuro-divergents. No one is perfect, but we should be seeking to grow and develop into deeper, improved versions of ourselves. Some people have terrible tempers. Some people interrupt a lot. Some people say things that make others around them uncomfortable. Some people use the wrong pronouns. Some people constantly forget their friend has a broken arm and continually slaps them jovially in the same spot. (Sorry, Hannah.) There are an infinite number of faults and flaws, from minuscule to traumatic. But they are ALL things that can be worked on and changed, even if it takes a lot of practice. If someone comes to you (or many someones) and tells you something you have done or do is hurting them and you’re response is something akin to “Well this is me, deal with it,” you’re a trash person, and you need to grow up.

And before people jump down my throat, I’ll quickly address the follow up. I am not saying that we should all go around criticizing each other. This is actually a lesson my boyfriend taught me, and listen up because it’s a goodun. In these types of scenarios, there are things you do TO someone else, and there are things you do FOR yourself.

The examples I listed in the previous paragraph are all things you would do TO someone else. You’re lashing out at someone in hurtful ways, communicating that someone’s identity or thoughts are not important to you, subjecting others to details of your personal life they do not want to know, injuring your friend. (Again, really sorry, Hannah.) These are all things that could hurt someone, physically or emotionally, and things that the person could ask you to stop doing, and they would have every right to do so.

On the other hand, we have things people do FOR themselves. These are usually things like, withdraw from others when they need alone time, listen to music when they’re stressed, lock their bedroom door to feel safer, eat a lot of food when they’re sad. These types of things are not done TO another person, or with any sort of expectation FROM another person. There is no question being asked or desire to be met. These can range from habits to needs.

Now, when these things overlap, especially when mental health is involved, it gets a lot more complicated. But this is where communication, empathy, compromise, and understanding come into play. You can ask for things, you can explain your feelings, but at the end of the day, everyone is responsible for themselves. And what a person does to help themselves should never come under criticism so long as they are not subjecting others to harmful behavior. If person A throws things at person B when they dissociate, that’s an abusive behavior and it’s something person A needs to address. But if person A secludes themselves when they are anxious, person B does not have a right to ask them to stop.

In summation, people are fucking complicated. The bottom line is that we need to take care of ourselves, but we need to do it in a way that doesn’t hurt someone else. And if we do end up hurting someone else, we need to take responsibility for that, whether you’re mentally ill or not. No one is perfect, but everyone is capable of reflection and progress, if you’re willing to put in the effort. Unfortunately, not everyone is willing to put in the effort, and that’s what defines truly toxic people from the people who are trying to better themselves. The toxic people will always be the ones who say “I have X mental health problem, sorry can’t help it” ¯\_(ツ)_/¯. The people who care the most will always be the ones who say, “I’m so sorry I did something that hurt you. Because of X mental health problem, I can’t help it when that happens. But I’m going to work on it so I don’t hurt you anymore.” Or something of that variety.

Self-awareness is a rare and beautiful gem. It’s difficult to find someone who possesses it, and even then, it’s doubtful they possess it 100% of the time. A lot of people are scared of acknowledging bad behavior, or even toxicity. But acknowledging those traits is always a good thing, so long as you plan to do something about it. If you need to take time to help yourself, not only is that okay, it’s downright impressive. What’s not okay is staying in a relationship while you still behave in abusive, toxic ways. You can’t treat people badly and then be shocked when they leave you. Nothing, including mental health, can excuse that. And we’ve come full circle.

Take medication. Talk to a therapist. Do whatever you have to do to work on yourself. But for the love of God, stop using your mental health to be shitty. You’re making the rest of us look bad.

‘Smile though your heart is aching

Smile even though it’s breaking

When there are clouds in the sky, you’ll get by

If you smile through your fear and sorrow

Smile and maybe tomorrow

You’ll see the sun come shining through for you’

  ~ Michael Jackson, initial lyrics of Smile.


Don’t deny your sadness, pain or sorrow its existence…

… instead embrace it with a welcoming smile and open heart. 



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I’m not sure how to interact with others on here or in general but .. art? Eh I’m keeping it on my Instagram until I figure out what I want to do with this account.

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I’m just not into this generic app thing, but I can do my best to be more out there if you want?

I might just end up posting less fandom-base stuff and put vintage items I have / nostalgic images I find.

Because I need a go-to sort of outlet… anyways,

this is your-basic kinnie account now, I’m not ok with doubles.

If you’re against it then kiss my grits and leave.

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If it’s shipped content rp take it slow and don’t rush it, don’t control my character’s and we’ll be fine 💜

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Have a Trippendicular, day!

I love saying that too much