Saying it and meaning it

There have been so many people that have helped me to understand how my head works, understand how medication works and help me by just being there no matter what. But I often find the moments I ought to be most thankful for these people- at my lowest points. My head is in such a whirl of thought at these point that I can’t hear myself even say thank you. I’ve learnt to make sure I take time out, when I’m feeling pretty stable, and to take the time to say thank you, for everything they do to help me.

I’ve been incredibly lucky with understanding friends, amazing counsellors, charities and understanding doctors and I feel so much better when I take some time to make sure they know I’m truly thankful. It’s always worth making sure you give those people extra time to say and show how thankful you are.

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