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Re: help?

Hey @ma30n

 

Unfortunately that feeling is all too familiar with me. So sorry that you have also experienced such things. Before I even saw someone about my mental health issues, I was losing things all the time. There were times where I got so worked up about it that I became inconsolable. 

 

Just know that you're not alone, and that, although these feelings can be overwhelming and hard to cope with, there are ways around this. What worked for me in the end was practicing relaxation techniques like mindfulness. Although it didn't stop me for losing things, it did keep me from feeling overwhelmed with emotions and allowed me to find objects quicker.

 

I'm always losing my phone, zero cares given, mainly because I know that it will eventually make a noise and I'll be able to find it once again.

 

I'm still losing things 2 years later. Heck, I'd probable lose my head if it wasn't attached to my body (and vice versa).

 


My entire life can be described in one sentence: It didn't go as planned and that's okay. ツ