If I was her, I'd just leave.
So, you want to make a judgement of me.
We all have a mental health. It is the state in which our minds operate; we can be stable some days, unstable on others. Mental ILL health is determined by the way we deal with the pressures of every day life. But the fact is, some of us are wired differently. And for those that cannot understand this, I've used a few analogies with clients and others that I've found, have helped them understand it more.
Before you think you might have a mental illness, read this.
This article is useful for everybody, whether you have an illness yourself, help somebody with an illness, or both. I suffer with BORDERLINE PERSONALITY DISORDER, and I’m currently doing my best to help someone close to me through an undiagnosed illness.
It’s been truly identified as one if the worst things to endure in a lifetime. Heartbreak is the outcome of many events in our lives, but no matter how many times we may experience it, a broken heart never hurts any less. It’s that soul crushing blow to the soul that leaves us in total loss and despair, something I myself am dealing with currently. I wanted to share some of my own personal tips and methods of recovering, in the hopes that I may help a fellow sufferer. Before any of that, I decided to be brave enough to share the truth and reality of the affects of a broken heart, most recently on myself.