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πŸ˜΄πŸ”«πŸ’” (@_sadd.editz._) Instagram Profile Photo
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Emilia Wilson

My darling baby cat will be 19 in August. I love spending time with her, even if she is just sleeping. It’s therapeutic for me to even hear her breathing, but I love petting her extremely soft fur (how is it so silky?!?) and brushing her. . . . . #depression

Maisha - Art Student (@maisha.pictures) Instagram Profile Photo
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Maisha - Art Student

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Do you see that There is alway something beautiful to be found you just have to to notice it. After giving birth to my daughter I had terrible #depression the following year I spent 2 months visiting my daddy who had . A year after that my grandmother died. At the end of 2016 my dad died. Times got really dark. I felt alone and really low. But there was still joy to be found. I found happiness in my love for my daughter, photography and my passion to create. So if you ever wondered why I take so many photos of my daughter, it's simple; I mixed my love for photography, my daughter and creativity to save my life. I did not pick up a camera because I thought it would make me rich. I picked up a camera to heal my heart. I am so humbled by all of the positive feedback, words of encouragement and support that I've received lately. I am so thankful for companies like @canonusa @savageuniversal and @cyberwerksstudios who saw something in my work. I am thankful for all of the positive comments and likes from all of my IG family. Thank you all. You are truly a blessing. You are my

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Those who experienced abandonment often struggle with the viewing themselves as not good enough. That belief is intertwined with the experience of not being known and not being loved. That abandonment shapes the way we also see others and even God- I’m unloveable, I’m disposable, others will reject me, Others matter more than me, others will not bother to know me, if they really knew me they would leave me, God doesn’t care, etc. If you’ve experienced abandonment in your life, notice what ways you look to be loved and accepted and how it is fulfilled in your life - many times it comes out in harmful, unhealthy ways ( lack of boundaries, unhealthy sexual relationships, people pleasing, etc). Even though relationships were the source of pain, it is also the source of healing. Engaging in new, healthy relationships with others will bring about healing over what abandonment caused. You can experience this by being vulnerable, expressing your needs, having your needs met, essentially being fully known and fully loved. This also means the healthy relationships have conflict, accountability and hard truth. This is one way you can confront and challenge the view of self: I am not good enough. #depression

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πŸ”₯πŸŒΊπŸ”±Fuji πŸ”±πŸŒΊπŸ”₯ (@nakedwrapbyfuji) Instagram Profile Photo
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πŸ”₯πŸŒΊπŸ”±Fuji πŸ”±πŸŒΊπŸ”₯

Anchorage, Alaska

Men's "Chaotic Good" 43.49😍😍😍 β€’ β€’ β€’ β€’ β€’ #depression

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