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Deborah Pardes

@DBPardes
 · 7mo ago · 3:41
DAVID WHYTE: Courage - in honor of mental health month

"…To be courageous is to stay close to the way we are made, the French philosopher Kamu used to tell us himself quietly, to live to the point of tears, not as a call for modeling sentimentality, but as an invitation to the deep privilege of belonging. And the way belonging affects us, shapes us, and breaks our heart. At a fundamental level, it is a fundamental dynamic of human incarnation. Excuse me, I'm going to do that again.…"

"The solace, nourishment and underlying meeting of every day words "

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Krystle Marshall

@kfmarshall2022
 · 7mo ago · 1:54

"…First and foremost if you hear any noise in the background please forgive me but I got a glimpse of what you were saying in your slow and understood it but at the same time I didn't maybe I will have to read it for myself to get a better understanding but me being psychology major mental health is very important to know and understand study because a lot of people don't understand how when you're treating people or treating your environment a certain type of way it can cause an effect to the individual or to the person that's going through it I'm able to say that because I go through it each and every day and it's sad to say like that for me to know what I know is hard to embrace or it's very hard to share what I have learnt in studying psychology with those I love because everybody has a different view about life because the way they were raised and what was manifested in their brain so this is why I started swell because I can be able to be myself, share my thoughts and knowledge and was an understanding I've been blessed with all you on here and I just pray that it will help as time progress that it will help people people to be more knowledgeable what's going on.…"

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Deborah Pardes

@DBPardes
 · 7mo ago · 1:05

"…Hey Crystal, as you learn more and share here, I can't imagine a better environment for us to learn as you learn. It's so generous of you to kind of find your rhythm here or your pace here. As you get exposed to more case studies, more ins and outs of the study of psychology, I just look forward to learning from you. One of the things I learned from great thinkers like David White is he turns words that are normal words into deeper exploration.…"

@kfmarshall2022

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Krystle Marshall

@kfmarshall2022
 · 7mo ago · 1:56

"…Well, I thank you for replying back and thank you for wanting to know more. And I hope that with hearing different case studies of different thoughts that people express here, it will help me to unfold what I'm learning and what I'm trying to figure out on my own, especially when it comes to life and how people see it.…"

@DBPardes

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Zara Lisbon

@ZLisbon
 · 7mo ago · 3:15

"…You can just come here and talk. We'll all listen. Everyone is listening. I go to therapy twice a week, and I'm really lucky to get to do that. If you can get to therapy, that would be really cool. Another tool is twelve step programs that can be really helpful for mental health.…"

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Krystle Marshall

@kfmarshall2022
 · 7mo ago · 2:27

"…Hello. Good afternoon. I just really like what you have mentioned in your comments because wish I can get therapy twice a week, but due to financial circumstances, my spouse, he don't see me needing it or whatever. He's not really a psychology or therapist type of person. I too can feel when I'm getting overwhelmed with anxiety or being depressed.…"

@ZLisbon

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Binati Sheth

@Binati_Sheth
 · 7mo ago · 5:00

"…It's upsetting for me, being a part of an industry where everything is a content opportunity, including something like turning mental health foible into your personality for the season. It's problematic in that in generalizing, these issues. Right. Because on a larger scale, we are having generalized discussions. And mental health, by definition, is diverse. Three individuals having, let's say, one is having clinical depression, other has seasonal depression. And the third just had an awful day.…"

@DBPardes

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Zaire Ukuu

@zaireukuu
 · 6mo ago · 3:18

"…You're putting what's inside of you out into the world where people can actually step on it, look at it, play with it, observe the inside of you and critique it or criticize it, but also give us the positive things. They can love it. They can like it. They could continue to want to hear from you or read things that you write or things of that nature. But just thank you for that, because I kind of needed that. I really did.…"

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Deborah Pardes

@DBPardes
 · 6mo ago · 0:46

"…Hey, Zia, thank you for you. Thank you. And I just want to comment on how it's amazing how some like words find us when we most need to hear them. You just happen to a conversation or something you read or and it's exactly, exactly that moment where you have to say, wow, thank you. That was the perfect moment for me to feel some kind of support from some kind of universal flow, if you will. David White's, worth picking up.…"

@zaireukuu

jack varnell

@emotionalorphan
 · 6mo ago · 5:00

"…And through the course of that journey, it was determined that I was depressed as well as an addict. And my own personal path led me to a place where my goal was to be of service to those around me who are in similar condition.…"

#mentalhealthmonth #heaaling #trauma

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Deborah Pardes

@DBPardes
 · 6mo ago · 2:18

"…I mean, this is a great story, and I know you'll be telling us more, but it's so generous for you to tell us more because in every detail of one story, that kind of lights the candle in someone else's courage to speak their story. So I just really want to thank you for being here and talking about all that you've done and the people you've helped to transform. And it's just amazing.…"

@emotionalorphan

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