If you prefer a victim mindset, don’t read further.
This is an extremely important reminder given the horribly unhealthy mindset that this meme encourages.
There is no such thing as a broken mind.
There is a struggling human, and there is good reason to feel duress, even debilitating duress.
Understanding the reasons for feeling that way empowers you to process it in a healthy and meaningful way, and to rise above it.
The moment you convince yourself that an emotional experience cannot be overcome, you will prove yourself right.
Not because it cannot be overcome, but because you are looking for all the evidence that confirms why it cannot be overcome, instead of looking for evidence that provides insight towards overcoming it.
Perspective is especially critical when it comes to mental health and processing emotional trauma.
No human is broken.
And every mind can be healed.
When we convince ourselves that we’re broken or that we can’t be healed, we create a self-fulfilling prophecy, because what we set out to achieve is what we’ll achieve.
Besides, it’s not the physical pain of physical abuse that sticks with us, it’s the mental and emotional anguish that it leaves that haunts us.
Memes like this are well meaning, but they cause more harm to our mental health than they offer benefit or relief.
Be careful what you take from the Internet.
Good intentions have destroyed many lives.
If you want to learn how to heal yourself, get a copy of Own Your Life and discover the power of understanding your emotions, rather than judging it.
Choose your advisors carefully, and please, for the love of everything sacred, do NOT believe every meme that resonates with your emotional space.
It will destroy you.
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Every mind can be healed