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Our second submission for #KisahKamekMHAS.
(Part 2 of 3) : “I was fine during the first week not until our line of defence started to fall apart. At this moment all the anxiety symptoms started to come in. I couldn't reach out to seek help because no one was listening and no one believed me. I used to be a cheerful and strong person at work and when I said I have experienced anxiety symptoms and have not been able to sleep since the pandemic, no one believed me. Friends, especially colleagues said I was faking it.”
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Head on over to covid19.mhasarawak.com/anxiety-at-the-front-lines/ for the full story.

#letstalkmhas #storiesthatmatter ##managinganxiety #lifeinthetimeofcovid #healthcareworkers #MentalHealthMatters
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Our second submission for #KisahKamekMHAS. 
(Part 2 of 3) : “I was fine during the first week not until our line of defence started to fall apart. At this moment all the anxiety symptoms started to come in. I couldnt reach out to seek help because no one was listening and no one believed me. I used to be a cheerful and strong person at work and when I said I have experienced anxiety symptoms and have not been able to sleep since the pandemic, no one believed me. Friends, especially colleagues said I was faking it.” 
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Head on over to https://covid19.mhasarawak.com/anxiety-at-the-front-lines/ for the full story. 

#letstalkmhas #storiesthatmatter ##managinganxiety #lifeinthetimeofcovid #healthcareworkers #MentalHealthMatters

Our second submission for #KisahKamekMHAS.

(Part 1 of 3) : “I am a frontline healthcare worker and I have encountered anxiety ever since COVID-19 crisis hit our nation. On 23rd March was my first mission in combating COVID-19 along with my colleague. I was one of the first team to be called into the field. All I can say is I was not ready. But due to commitment, I have to say yes with a heavy heart.”
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Head on over to covid19.mhasarawak.com/anxiety-at-the-front-lines/ for the full story.

#letstalkmhas #storiesthatmatter ##managinganxiety #lifeinthetimeofcovid #healthcareworkers #MentalHealthMatters
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Our second submission for #KisahKamekMHAS. 

(Part 1 of 3) : “I am a frontline healthcare worker and I have encountered anxiety ever since COVID-19 crisis hit our nation. On 23rd March was my first mission in combating COVID-19 along with my colleague. I was one of the first team to be called into the field. All I can say is I was not ready. But due to commitment, I have to say yes with a heavy heart.”
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Head on over to https://covid19.mhasarawak.com/anxiety-at-the-front-lines/ for the full story. 

#letstalkmhas #storiesthatmatter ##managinganxiety #lifeinthetimeofcovid #healthcareworkers #MentalHealthMatters

We've made it easier to submit your stories for #KisahKamekMHAS!

Stories are important. For the one who tells the story, it helps us make sense of what we have experienced, it helps us heal. For those who are reading, it helps us empathize with what others have gone through and it gives us hope that we too, will make it through. Stories of lived experience are especially powerful because they empower us to dispel the stigma against those who are living with mental health issues and illnesses. It's time we talk about mental health, honestly, openly and with full ownership of our own stories.

Submit your stories in the language you prefer (English, BM, Mandarin, Bahasa Sarawak) at bit.ly/KisahKamekMHAS. DM or email us at info@mhasarawak.com for more info.Terms and conditions apply.
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Weve made it easier to submit your stories for #KisahKamekMHAS!

Stories are important. For the one who tells the story, it helps us make sense of what we have experienced, it helps us heal. For those who are reading, it helps us empathize with what others have gone through and it gives us hope that we too, will make it through. Stories of lived experience are especially powerful because they empower us to dispel the stigma against those who are living with mental health issues and illnesses. Its time we talk about mental health, honestly, openly and with full ownership of our own stories.

Submit your stories in the language you prefer (English, BM, Mandarin, Bahasa Sarawak) at bit.ly/KisahKamekMHAS. DM or email us at info@mhasarawak.com for more info.Terms and conditions apply.

Masalah mental adalah penyakit yang “tidak kelihatan” atau invisible, kesakitan yang mereka hadapi tidak dapat dilihat dari pandangan kasar...

Fahami mereka 🥰
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Day #23 of #RMCO.

Don't judge what you do not know.

#thoughtoftheday

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Day #23 of #RMCO. 

Dont judge what you do not know.

#thoughtoftheday 

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Day #22 of #RMCO.
Reminder to self.
##thoughtoftheday

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Day #22 of #RMCO. 
Reminder to self. 
##thoughtoftheday 

(Source : Unknown)

Kisah Kamek will be an ongoing project to gather stories from those among us with lived experience of mental health issues and mental illnesses. ‘Kisah” is a play on the Malay word for “story” or “tale” and the Bahasa Sarawak term *“to care about”*, while “Kamek” is the Bahasa Sarawak word for “me” or “my”. Kisah Kamek is an open invitation to you to come and share your story of struggle, survival, recovery and above all, resilience with us.

Stories will be featured on our blog as well as on our social media pages. Submissions may be anonymous or featured with an alias if you so choose. Submit your stories in any language (English, BM, Mandarin) to us at bit.ly/KisahKamekMHAS or DM us for more info.

We can’t wait to hear your story! #KisahKamek #letstalkmhas
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Day #21 of #RMCO. Thank you!

Day #20 of #RMCO. We choose the seeds that we plant, for the future that we want. Have a great week ahead! (Source : @positivelypresent) #ThoughtoftheDay ... See MoreSee Less

Day #20 of #RMCO. We choose the seeds that we plant, for the future that we want. Have a great week ahead!  (Source : @positivelypresent) #ThoughtoftheDay

Our first submission for #KisahKamekMHAS is from someone who suffers from anxiey and panic attacks. Here's a good video explaining what anxiety is, how to manage various sorts of anxiety disorders as well as a caregiver's perspective.

#letstalkMHAS #ManagingAnxiety #MentalHealthAwareness

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Part 3 of 3. Our first submission for ##kisahkamekmhas "That was my very first time in so long talking about the what I had been feeling since I was a teen. I never understand what was going on with me or why I felt the way I did but talking to my counsellor at that time really gave me a big relief and I could finally named what I’d been experiencing.

Anxiety is still a stable constant in my life but talking about it has helped me recognize the process of my mind and become more self-aware. There is nothing to be embarrassed about. I am so glad MHA provided this platform for people to share. I do wish I had stories to look at when I was a teen!." Head on over to covid19.mhasarawak.com/lockdown-trigger-anxiety/ for the full story. .
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Part 3 of 3. Our first submission for ##kisahkamekmhas That was my very first time in so long talking about the what I had been feeling since I was a teen. I never understand what was going on with me or why I felt the way I did but talking to my counsellor at that time really gave me a big relief and I could finally named what I’d been experiencing.

Anxiety is still a stable constant in my life but talking about it has helped me recognize the process of my mind and become more self-aware. There is nothing to be embarrassed about. I am so glad MHA provided this platform for people to share. I do wish I had stories to look at when I was a teen!. Head on over to https://covid19.mhasarawak.com/lockdown-trigger-anxiety/ for the full story. .
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#letstalkmhas #storiesthatmatter ##managinganxiety

Part 2 of 3. Our first submission for ##kisahkamekmhas "Back then, I’d never heard of “anxiety” or “panic attack”, which made me feel different? I kept it to myself for the longest I can remember. I considered my anxiety as something or a phase that I had to go through as a teen until my first panic attack. The trigger was because I was anxious about my results and at the same time I received a call from my father that I might I have to stop/defer my academic due to financial issues. I finally talked to my dean about it and she referred me to look for our university counsellor." Head on over to covid19.mhasarawak.com/lockdown-trigger-anxiety/ for the full story. .
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Part 2 of 3. Our first submission for ##kisahkamekmhas Back then, I’d never heard of “anxiety” or “panic attack”, which made me feel different? I kept it to myself for the longest I can remember. I considered my anxiety as something or a phase that I had to go through as a teen until my first panic attack. The trigger was because I was anxious about my results and at the same time I received a call from my father that I might I have to stop/defer my academic due to financial issues. I finally talked to my dean about it and she referred me to look for our university counsellor. Head on over to https://covid19.mhasarawak.com/lockdown-trigger-anxiety/ for the full story. .
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#letstalkmhas #storiesthatmatter ##managinganxiety

Part 1 of 3. Our first submission for ##kisahkamekmhas "This whole lockdown actually triggered my anxiety quite a few times which reminded me the time when I got my first panic attack. I dealt with anxiety for years and I think it started during high school. I was transferred from another school and was placed into this whole new environment. Adapting isn’t really my kind of thing, I had a hard time adjusting.

My result at the time was considered great so I was placed into a class with even smarter people which made me realized I probably wasn’t as great as them. I remember having this constant monologue going in my brain of how bad I was, how I was not able to catch up with them no matter how hard I work. My heart rate raised like crazy whenever the teacher was about to appoint someone for the answers. Even deeply inside I knew I had the right answers but I still get really anxious about being called out."

Head on over to covid19.mhasarawak.com/lockdown-trigger-anxiety/ for the full story. .
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#letstalkmhas #storiesthatmatter ##managinganxiety
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Part 1 of 3. Our first submission for ##kisahkamekmhas This whole lockdown actually triggered my anxiety quite a few times which reminded me the time when I got my first panic attack. I dealt with anxiety for years and I think it started during high school. I was transferred from another school and was placed into this whole new environment. Adapting isn’t really my kind of thing, I had a hard time adjusting.

My result at the time was considered great so I was placed into a class with even smarter people which made me realized I probably wasn’t as great as them. I remember having this constant monologue going in my brain of how bad I was, how I was not able to catch up with them no matter how hard I work. My heart rate raised like crazy whenever the teacher was about to appoint someone for the answers. Even deeply inside I knew I had the right answers but I still get really anxious about being called out. 

Head on over to https://covid19.mhasarawak.com/lockdown-trigger-anxiety/ for the full story. .
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#letstalkmhas #storiesthatmatter ##managinganxiety

“We realized that every individual came with different amazing stories, stories of surviving and resilience – resilience can be infectious, it flows through the group." @hazelsaw on why Mind Brew functions asa safe space for people learn resilience through other people's experiences.

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Stay tuned for upcoming episodes on life, self-care, mental health and emotional well-being on Mind Brew Chats!

#MindBrewChat #MindBrew #MindBrewbyMHAS
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“We realized that every individual came with different amazing stories, stories of surviving and resilience – resilience can be infectious, it flows through the group. @hazelsaw  on why Mind Brew functions asa safe space for people learn resilience through other peoples experiences. 

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Stay tuned for upcoming episodes on life, self-care, mental health and emotional well-being on Mind Brew Chats!

#MindBrewChat #MindBrew #MindBrewbyMHAS

Kisah Kamek will be an ongoing project to gather stories from those among us with lived experience of mental health issues and mental illnesses. ‘Kisah” is a play on the Malay word for “story” or “tale” and the Bahasa Sarawak term *“to care about”*, while “Kamek” is the Bahasa Sarawak word for “me” or “my”. Kisah Kamek is an open invitation to you to come and share your story of struggle, survival, recovery and above all, resilience with us.

Stories will be featured on our blog as well as on our social media pages. Submissions may be anonymous or featured with an alias if you so choose. Submit your stories in any language (English, BM, Mandarin) to us at bit.ly/KisahKamekMHAS or DM us for more info. Terms and conditions apply.

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Kisah Kamek will be an ongoing project to gather stories from those among us with lived experience of mental health issues and mental illnesses. ‘Kisah” is a play on the Malay word for “story” or “tale” and the Bahasa Sarawak term *“to care about”*, while “Kamek” is the Bahasa Sarawak word for “me” or “my”. Kisah Kamek is an open invitation to you to come and share your story of struggle, survival, recovery and above all, resilience with us. 

Stories will be featured on our blog as well as on our social media pages. Submissions may be anonymous or featured with an alias if you so choose. Submit your stories in any language (English, BM, Mandarin) to us at https://bit.ly/KisahKamekMHAS or DM us for more info. Terms and conditions apply.

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"Talking is healing. People leave the room feeling a little less lonely." @macleanpatrick on why Mind Brew functions as a safe space for people to have honest conversations without fear of being judged.

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Stay tuned for upcoming episodes on life, self-care, mental health and emotional well-being on Mind Brew Chats!

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Talking is healing. People leave the room feeling a little less lonely. @macleanpatrick on why Mind Brew functions as a safe space for people to have honest conversations without fear of being judged. 

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Stay tuned for upcoming episodes on life, self-care, mental health and emotional well-being on Mind Brew Chats!

#MindBrewChat #MindBrew #MindBrewbyMHAS

If you have found our series on mental health myths useful, wait till you hear these myths and more dispelled in person by the very people who are actually living with mental health condiitions.

These questions are hard to ask, and harder to answer, but they need to be heard.

#StoptheStigma #MentalHealthMatters

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We will be launching a new campaign series soon! Watch this space!

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We will be launching a new campaign series soon! Watch this space!

#letstalkMHAS #KisahKamekMHAS

Day #17 of #RMCO.

Be patient with yourself.

(Source : Unknown)

#ThoughtoftheDay.
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Day #17 of #RMCO. 

Be patient with yourself. 

(Source : Unknown)

#ThoughtoftheDay.

Day #16 of #RMCO.

Talk to someone.

(Source: @doodlesbydolly)

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Day #16 of #RMCO. 

Talk to someone.

(Source: @doodlesbydolly)

#thoughtoftheday

Day #15 of #RMCO.

What baggage are you still carrying around?

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Day #15 of #RMCO.

What baggage are you still carrying around?

#ThoughtoftheDay
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Day #14 of #RMCO.

Find beauty in chaos.

(Source : Wonder Doodles

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Day #14 of #RMCO.

Find beauty in chaos. 

(Source : Wonder Doodles

#ThoughtoftheDay

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I hadn't a good night deep sleep for close to twenty-five to thirty years; the earlier years of my breakdown were so bad I don't know how I live through such disturbed and fitful sleep patterns. On the wrong meds. that did not work it was simply horrible. Even valium didn't help. Every night would almost always be sleepless and at most I would catch a few hours of sleep so that I was having sleep deficit which piled up months upon months on end. I was on the long black train of compulsive thinking that picked on any problem to solve. I mean, thinking things through, anything my mind latched on. That was how I passed the small hours of the night. Trying to make sense and failing, yet being patient and confident, of the quandary I found myself to be in. I was a fighter and no quitter and in this vale of soul-making I believe over the years I have enlarged my consciousness, and in a certain sense, my thinking grew more organized. Consciousness, for me, is changed, and after those harrowing experiences, I think they have done me good rather than mortal harm. No doubt, a mental breakdown is an earth-shattering upheaval and after that life can never be the same. It can be worse or it can be better. When I received the blow, I had to roll with it. Then, to get back on my feet and up and running. Perhaps, I loved adversity too much but I will never know what I will be if my life was not rudely interrupted. I could be successful with a high paying job, a beautiful wife and handsome children. But I could also be stricken with disease and be dead. When all things are considered, I believe being myself as I find myself is the best thing for me. In this sense, I have few regrets. It was only two years ago that I can sleep well and to make up for the lack that had been accumulating for years. My sleep pattern is irregular. I sleep in the daytime and nighttime at almost any hour, sometimes when I am tired about ten hours in two stretches. I dislike pleasant dreams, because reality paled by comparison. If I am especially comfy before sleep overtook me, I would usually have bad dreams. Then, I would wake up with a bad mood. If I stayed up for twenty-four hours without sleep, my exhausted brain would mutter expletives. But, I don't have sleep apnea -- which needs surgical intervention if serious and medication if not. Breathing that suddenly stops should not be ignored.

Day #13 of #RMCO.

Thank you Laura, Mac and Hazel for the session and thank you all for spending your Saturday night with us! 🙂 We look forward to see you all again on our next session. In the mean time, let us know in the comment below what are the kind of topics that you would like us to cover!

If you are struggling with mental health, do not hesitate to reach out for help. Click on the link below to find some helplines and organizations which offer help in the form of counselling or crisis intervention.
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Ya there;s nothing wrong with that, true. To me you should do it on your own terms and not because someone else guilted you into doing it.

Well done trio - warm, welcoming, stimulating, very human and genuine. Conversations like this the way to go.

Later I do it. Social impact of pandemics sounds like an interesting topic

yes i think that's gonna be helpful for many ppl... esp this covic19 season.

This reminds me of the memes that were going around about "learning a new skill" or "being productive" during lockdown. Selfcare to me is to be able to ignore things like that.

Yes agree about social media. It can get really poisonous sometimes

are you going to open up this mind brew platform on fb page? instead of just in Kuching?

wow this is getting more interesting.. but it's 8.50pm already...

can u share something about self care esp during this covic19 season?

wow is there such thing as PHD in corona virus? lol!

wow supportive husband!!!

Ya. Comparing the social experience will be interesting

keep up good work!

so that people dont believe in all those rumors and start making ppl being anxious.. haha..

go ahead plssssssssssssss! Hazel! it is so good!!!!

why not you share about Corona virus and all the hoax?

The OTHER Mac hahaha

Go team!! 👏🏼

HAPPY BIRTHDAY Mind Brew !!!

Hi everyone!

Good night!

Hi everyone!

Hi Mac! Nice to see you..

Hello hazel!

Hi everyone 💓

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Grab your favorite brews and settle in for an intimate chat with Laura Kho, founder of the Mind Brew project, @macleanpatrick, co-founder of @wordsmithsofkuching, and clinical psychologist, Hazel Saw. Got any burning questions about Mind Brew? Ask us via FB Live comments or drop us a PM.

What makes Mind Brew a safe space? Why are safe spaces for honest conversations about mental health so important? How has the MCO affected our perceptions of #selfcare and mental health in general? This and more, tonight, 8pm, livestreaming right here on our FB page.
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has it started yet?

Day #11 of #RMCO.

This is what #adulting looks like. Life is never going to be easy - some of us learnt this the hard way when we were suddenly thrust into 3 months of #lockdown with #COVID19. 2020 plans were put on hold, some people lost their jobs, some people lost loved ones - but #lifegoals look like someone who has worked hard to equip themselves with the mental tools and coping mechanisms to deal with whatever else life can throw at them.

Focus on buidling resilience, not chasing happiness.
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Day #11 of #RMCO.

This is what #adulting looks like. Life is never going to be easy - some of us learnt this the hard way when we were suddenly thrust into 3 months of #lockdown with #COVID19. 2020 plans were put on hold, some people lost their jobs, some people lost loved ones - but #lifegoals look like someone who has worked hard to equip themselves with the mental tools and coping mechanisms to deal with whatever else life can throw at them.  

Focus on buidling resilience, not chasing happiness. 
(Source : Unknown)
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Our Befrienders Kota Kinabalu is now open for telephone calls from Friday to Monday, 7pm to 10pm.

Day #10 of #RMCO.

Empathy
“Let me hold the door for you.
I may have never walked in your shoes,
but I can see: your soles are worn,
your strength is torn
under the weight of a story
I have never lived before.
Let me hold the door for you.
After all you’ve walked through,
It’s the least I can do.”

MHN (Morgan Harper Nichols )
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Day #10 of #RMCO.

Empathy
“Let me hold the door for you.
I may have never walked in your shoes,
but I can see: your soles are worn,
your strength is torn
under the weight of a story
I have never lived before.
Let me hold the door for you.
After all you’ve walked through,
It’s the least I can do.”

MHN (Morgan Harper Nichols )

Kita cukup yakin dalam kehidupan tok kita selalu dengar orang sekeliling madah masalah kesihatan mental. Sehingga haritok masih agik ada yang berkelaka salah berkenaan masalah penyakit mental. Terdapat banyak mitos yang berbeza berkenaan dengan masalah penyakit mental dan perkara tok menyumbang kepada stigma terhadap seseorang individu yang berhadapan dengan masalah penyakit mental. Pentingnya bagi kita untuk terus melawan mitos-mitos penyakit mental dalam usaha kita untuk mendidik dan merik pemahaman perkara sebenar berkenaan dengan kesihatan mental. Marilah kita hentikan stigma terhadap individu yang menghidap masalah penyakit mental dan memberi kebaikan kepada orang ramai juak.

Ada apa-apa gik mitos penyakit mental yang pernah didengar kitak orang sebelum tok? Kongsikan dengan kamek orang dalam komen di bawa! Kamek orang mok dengar dari kitak orang.
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#MentalHealthTip Have you been putting off something that you need to do? Have you ever put off doing something because you were afraid you wouldn't be able to do it well or perfectly? Try #Reframing your inner talk and observe how this affects your motivation. (Source : @mellow.doodles ... See MoreSee Less

#MentalHealthTip Have you been putting off something that you need to do? Have you ever put off doing something because you were afraid you wouldnt be able to do it well or perfectly? Try #Reframing your inner talk and observe how this affects your motivation. (Source : @mellow.doodles

Day #9 of #RMCO.

You are right where you need to be. Stop comparing yourself to other people.

(Source : Unknown)

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Day #9 of #RMCO.

You are right where you need to be. Stop comparing yourself to other people. 

(Source : Unknown)

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Join us this Saturday, June 20, at 8pm, as we celebrate Mind Brew's 1st (official) anniversary. Grab your favorite brews and join us we look back at a year in Mind Brew, its impact on our community, and the way forward for Mind Brew-like initiatives in a physically-distanced world. We will also be discussing how conscious practice of self-care and a foundation of community resilience can help us navigate this challenging world. ....... #selfcare is more than a trending hashtag, it is a daily commitment only evident to those who believe that there is no health without mental health.
Watch our livestream from the @mhasarawak Facebook page this Saturday, June 20 at 8pm.

#MindBrewbyMhas #MindBrewAnniversary #MindBrew1year #MentalHealthMatters
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MIND BREW 1st ANNIVERSARY CHATS : EPISODE 0

Join us this Saturday, June 20, at 8pm, as we celebrate Mind Brews 1st (official) anniversary. Grab your favorite brews and join us we look back at a year in Mind Brew, its impact on our community, and the way forward for Mind Brew-like initiatives in a physically-distanced world. We will also be discussing how conscious practice of self-care and a foundation of community resilience can help us navigate this challenging world. ....... #selfcare is more than a trending hashtag, it is a daily commitment only evident to those who believe that there is no health without mental health. 
Watch our livestream from the @mhasarawak Facebook page this Saturday, June 20 at 8pm.

#MindBrewbyMhas #MindBrewAnniversary #MindBrew1year #MentalHealthMatters

A good trick to use with your negative thoughts is - is this something I would say to my best friend? We are often kinder to other people than we are to ourselves.

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A good trick to use with your negative thoughts is - is this something I would say to my best friend? We are often kinder to other people than we are to ourselves.

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#MentalHealthTip #Reframing

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