Monday Mental Health Motivation 11-7-16

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mental-health-motivation-image-front-post-image-300x162 Monday Mental Health Motivation 11-7-16Welcome back to this new feature here on Surviving My Past. As we talked about in the week 1 post of Monday Mental Health Motivation, this series is designed to help start your week off in a big time positive way!

So I encourage you to take some time and check out some of this hand picked content to help validate your feelings, and always reinforce that you are not alone in whatever you face. Take what you like and leave the rest, oh and don’t forget to share! 🙂

Without further delay, let’s jump right into it and see what’s on tap for this week!

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Richard Grannon’s video below spoke to me in a huge way this week. It felt like he was reaching through the screen and telling me face to face, “Dude you NEED to watch this”.
What we Focus on, Grows Stronger.

Kati Morton’s recent video the Fear of Intimacy. This one hits home for me and I love Kati’s approach, which always includes helpful tips to work through each topic.

Emma Wicks is someone that I follow on YouTube, and this video on how Dissociation Affects her is a subject close to my heart and a particular part of Mental Health that I focus on. This one will validate how you feel and reinforce that you are not alone.

 

If you have any suggestions for content for this feature, just contact me anytime!

-Matt

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Matt is survivor of childhood sexual abuse & narcissistic abuse, living with Dissociation, Anxiety, & PTSD.

This blog exists to inspire all who have survived the trauma of abuse. All posts, podcasts, and videos are my life as a survivor shared openly and honestly to help inspire as many as possible to speak up, speak out, and not be ashamed.

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