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Elisa’s flight, a book to know how to help when sadness becomes too long

Depression is real, Elisa knows it. Daily lives with a sadness that does not want to go. She says that feeling has stuck to her inside and out. She no longer enjoys school, she gets angry easily with her classmates and at home as well. He feels inadequate, insignificant, like a blue butterfly whose wings are painfully pierced with pins and can't fly. At times I would like to disappear “just like that”.

When the universe whispers its philosophical treatise to me

Today I have understood that the world seems ugly to me. I am not like those philosophers or thinkers who sat and said "I am going to think about this issue", perhaps that is why I am not a philosopher and I will never become famous for my theories. They worked on their thoughts, the universe shows them to me, a beautiful muse whispers them to me and the beauty of an all-powerful Goddess illuminates me.

How do I know if I have a mental health condition?

Understanding what is considered "normal" mental health can be difficult. For example, when does nervousness turn into a phobia? When sadness turns into depression, which is a serious condition? A mental health professional can help you find out if you have a mental health condition. If so, treatment can help you feel better. People can recover from mental health conditions.
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AMEXCAN Calls on Governor Cooper to Veto SB 101

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