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This skill is incredibly easy for me because I cry about everything. Movies, tv shows, sad stories, paper cuts, acting out arguments too dramatically in the shower..... everything. I am just a mess of emotions at all times and I'm sensitive (A trait that my mother, brother, and I share making family movie nights very … Continue reading Coping Skill #17 : Let Yourself Cry
One of the biggest problems that I have is that I lock myself away in my room with minimum to no interactions with the outside world. I lay in my bed and sleep, I don't shower, don't talk to my family or friends, don't eat or eat too much, and I just stew in a … Continue reading Coping skill #5 : Be With Other People
This extremely simple task has taught me something about myself that I did not want to hear. I am not creative. When I was growing up, there was hardly a time that you would catch me without a pen and paper jotting down ideas for characters I'd created or story ideas. Nowadays I find … Continue reading Coping Skill #4 : Scribble/Doodle on Paper
I have always wanted tattoos but currently at the age of 20something, with 2 best friends whose bodies are covered in them, I still have none. But Anxious Brunette! Why isn't your body covered in all the tattoos you have saved in your camera roll under the name "tattoos i'm definitely getting when i'm not … Continue reading Coping Skill #2 : Put On Fake Tattoos
Today is December 19, 2018 and since my first post I have completed 24 out of 99 coping skills. Following this post I will be highlighting each skill I've completed and how it's helped me. One of the toughest parts of getting through this list is reminding myself that this isn't 99 steps to … Continue reading 99 coping skills