From your friends at Healthy Futures

March 10, 2021

Here are three magical words that can lead to great things.

“Can we talk?”

Can we talk? Life can be difficult and sometimes even sad but life is also wondrous and amazing. Breathe. You’ll be okay.

Don’t worry, almost no one has everything figured out. It’s okay to make mistakes. We all do. Depression is serious. Don’t let it fool.

You, you are worthy. You are more than worthy, more so than you can ever imagine.

If you are struggling right now, please hear this. Things get better. There is no shame in asking for help.

We all need help in this life. It’s okay to ask for help.

No, really. It’s okay to ask for help. We all feel scared at times. We all feel confused at times.

Be proud of the person you are, there’s no one exactly like you and you are worthy.

You are worthy.

You are amazing.

You are loved.

Embrace it because it’s true.

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