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Honeybee
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9 Mar
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Whale
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10 Mar
Why does COVID-19 get to spread all over the world??? Because it is over 18 and doesn’t have to listen to their parents!!! 😂🤣😂
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Tennis
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10 Mar
How have your priorities changed over time?
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Tennis
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18 Mar
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frisbee
21 Mar
In anyone else concerned about the vaccine
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Chestnut
22 Mar
Hi everyone! I’ve just joined this community. Nice to meet everyone!
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Umbrella
24 Mar
Hello, I’ve just joined!
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Tennis
Helper
24 Mar
am available today if anyone needs support
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Umbrella
24 Mar
Has anyone been sick from the pandemic? I just found out last night I have it and I'm not dealing with it too well. 😞
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Tennis
Helper
25 Mar
tips for anxiety attacks breathe in as slowly, deeply and gently as you can, through your nose. breathe out slowly, deeply and gently through your mouth. some people find it helpful to count steadily from one to five on each in-breath and each out-breath. close your eyes and focus on your breathing
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Chipmunk
28 Mar
Howdy! I’m new to this community. Nice to meet you all 😎
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Tiger
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29 Mar
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Tennis
Helper
30 Mar
Common anxiety signs and symptoms include: Feeling nervous, restless or tense. Having a sense of impending danger, panic or doom. Having an increased heart rate. Breathing rapidly (hyperventilation) Sweating. Trembling. Feeling weak or tired. Trouble concentrating or thinking about anything other than the present worry.
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Tennis
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2 Apr
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Owl
2 Apr
Howdy! I’m new to this community. Nice to meet you all 😎 I'm william
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Owl
2 Apr
In every Situation always remember; Keep calm
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Tennis
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4 Apr
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Koala
5 Apr
Hi! I’m new to this community. Nice to meet you all 😎
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Tennis
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6 Apr
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Honeybee
Helper
6 Apr
When I feel anxious, I can cope by: 1). Deep breathing 💨 2). Using positive self-talk 🥰 3). Meditating or relaxing 🧘‍♀️ 4). Talking to a friend 🤗 5). Going for a walk 🚶‍♂️ 6). Thinking happy thoughts 💭 7). Journaling 📒✍️ Which one would you pick when feeling anxious ?
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Tennis
Helper
7 Apr
What do you need from your friends when the pressure is really on?
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Tennis
Helper
8 Apr
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Honeybee
Helper
9 Apr
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Tennis
Helper
11 Apr
What is holding you back from being the person you want to be?
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Tennis
Helper
14 Apr
natural remedies for anxiety Stay active. ... Steer clear of alcohol. ... Consider quitting smoking cigarettes. ... Limit caffeine intake. ... Prioritize getting a good night's rest. ... Meditate and practice mindfulness. ... Eat a balanced diet. ... Practice deep breathing.
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Tennis
Helper
18 Apr
Common anxiety signs and symptoms include: Feeling nervous, restless or tense. Having a sense of impending danger, panic or doom. Having an increased heart rate. Breathing rapidly (hyperventilation) Sweating. Trembling. Feeling weak or tired. Trouble concentrating or thinking about anything other than the present worry.
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Umbrella
Helper
19 Apr
How is everyone doing?
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Whale
Helper
20 Apr
My friends said the elevator I was an operator on was haunted but I said… It raised their spirits. 😂🤣😅
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Tennis
Helper
21 Apr
What’s something you wish you were better at?
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Mushroom
21 Apr
Greetings✨! I just joined this community - don’t be a stranger!
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Mushroom
23 Apr
Hi I m victor Wilson here my account accidently deleted .
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Mushroom
23 Apr
I got little bit situation I took paracitamol n my heart is fast it's night here how can control it I feel bit
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Evergreen Tree
Helper
24 Apr
Hi everyone! I’ve just joined this community. Nice to meet everyone!
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Tennis
Helper
26 Apr
Natural remedies for anxiety and stress Exercise Meditation Writing Time-Management Time with animals
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Tennis
Helper
2 May
tips for anxiety attacks breathe in as slowly, deeply and gently as you can, through your nose. breathe out slowly, deeply and gently through your mouth. some people find it helpful to count steadily from one to five on each in-breath and each out-breath. close your eyes and focus on your breathing
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Deciduous Tree
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4 May
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Tennis
Helper
5 May
how does journaling help with anxiety?
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Grapes
Helper
8 May
Greetings✨! I just joined this community - don’t be a stranger!
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Deciduous Tree
Guide
8 May
Happy Mother’s Day to all the mommas down there ❤️
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Canoe
9 May
How’s everyone doing so far. I am so far better than I was 2 yrs ago due to the start of the pandemic. This app has helped me tremendously in coping with the anxiety and depression. It has great tools. That and having a great support group here at home. Don’t get me wrong, I still have a few anxiety 😟 attacks here and there, but thanks to these groups, I’ve been able to do my breathing 😮‍💨 exercises and it helps calm me down. I’ve also managed to stay busy due to work and well life. Hope everyone is doing well and Happy Mother’s Day to all the mommies on here.
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Tennis
Helper
10 May
Hey guys! What’s something that helps you stay focused?
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Grapes
Helper
10 May
For me personally, it’s listening to music.
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frisbee
10 May
Hi
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frisbee
10 May
I feel so bad and I’m trying cut myself
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Deciduous Tree
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11 May
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Popcorn
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Wednesday
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Tennis
Helper
Thursday
what do you do when you have a tough decision and you don't know what to choose?
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Full Moon
Thursday
Hey guys - I’m new here & look forward to getting to know you all🥳
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Tennis
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Honeybee
Helper
Saturday
💗Self-Care Quotes💗 “Lighten up on yourself. No one is perfect. Gently accept your humanness.” –Deborah Day “The only person who can pull me down is myself, and I’m not going to let myself pull me down anymore.” – C. JoyBell “Of all the judgments we pass in life, none is more important than the judgment we pass on ourselves.” – Nathaniel Branden “Self-care is how you take your power back.” – Lalah Delia
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Tennis
Helper
8:12 PM
tips for coping with an anxiety disorder: Keep physically active. ... Avoid alcohol and recreational drugs. ... Quit smoking, and cut back or quit drinking caffeinated beverages. ... Use stress management and relaxation techniques. ... Make sleep a priority. ... Eat healthy foods. ... Learn about your disorder
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