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Try some flow today 
Was out of commission for a week, first day back so wanted to take it slow but also challenge myself so created this little fun workout that can be adjusted based on the weight used. 
I challenge @mirandah116 and @fitnessatwork  to do this today. Using a challenging weight 
Animals flow for a warm up 30s on 10 s off 6x 
Flow one 
kB squat, kb lunge, kb swing all single arm. 
Complete 5 reps on one arm before switching arms 6 sets
kB inverted press, kb snatch, kb windmill. 
Complete 5 reps one arm before switching arms 6 sets 
kB bent over row , kb single arm deadlift. 
Complete ten reps on one side before going to the next, 6 sets 
Adjust your weight accordingly to make 5 - 10 reps challenging but giving yourself the ability to do 6 sets. 
I went lower on the second flow because I am just learning to snatch and do the windmill. 
Your legs, arms, and core (do the windmill right and your obliques are on fire!) should burn ! 
Have fun! 
#kettlebellworkout #kettlebell #animalflow #flow #strongwomen #fitness #fitspo #mentalhealthawareness #healthylifestyle #move #cats #depression #motivation #anxiety #support #fight #strength #strengthandconditioning #movement #kettlebellflow
@doing_it_sara

Try some flow today Was out of commission for a week, first day back so wanted to take it slow but also challenge myself so created this little fun workout that can be adjusted based on the weight used. I challenge @mirandah116 and @fitnessatwork to do this today. Using a challenging weight Animals flow for a warm up 30s on 10 s off 6x Flow one kB squat, kb lunge, kb swing all single arm. Complete 5 reps on one arm before switching arms 6 sets kB inverted press, kb snatch, kb windmill. Complete 5 reps one arm before switching arms 6 sets kB bent over row , kb single arm deadlift. Complete ten reps on one side before going to the next, 6 sets Adjust your weight accordingly to make 5 - 10 reps challenging but giving yourself the ability to do 6 sets. I went lower on the second flow because I am just learning to snatch and do the windmill. Your legs, arms, and core (do the windmill right and your obliques are on fire!) should burn ! Have fun! #kettlebellworkout

3. Feelings of isolation, stigma and/or shame:

Sadly, there is a stigma attached to mental illness and suicide.  Others can’t imagine the mental and emotional pain that would cause a person to kill themselves and so they might make assumptions or judge the deceased’s actions, calling them weak or selfish or who knows what else.

This being the case, it’s no wonder that many people choose not to open up about their loved one’s death.  The following are just a few potential causes for isolation, stigma, and shame following a suicide death:

Isolation and shame may result from the family’s decision to keep the suicide a secret.  Feeling unable to acknowledge the truth, those grieving the loss may feel as though they have to lie or live in silence.

Shame may result from thoughts of personal blame and responsibility.

Shame may result from the belief that one can’t control or manage their own grief reactions.

Isolation and shame may result from a lack of social support or because others don’t acknowledge the death.

Shame, isolation and stigma may be felt in response to messages from media and broader society about suicide

Isolation may result from perceived rejection and thoughts of worthlessness.

Reach out and stay strong. And remember if you're reading this, and you need someone to talk to, just send me a message and ill be here to listen.

#embraceindividuality #embracethejourney #thebeesknees #photooftheday #naturephotography #photography #mentalhealthawareness #depression #beautifulanxiety #streetphotography #australia
@maroguy_embraceindividuality

3. Feelings of isolation, stigma and/or shame: Sadly, there is a stigma attached to mental illness and suicide.  Others can’t imagine the mental and emotional pain that would cause a person to kill themselves and so they might make assumptions or judge the deceased’s actions, calling them weak or selfish or who knows what else. This being the case, it’s no wonder that many people choose not to open up about their loved one’s death. The following are just a few potential causes for isolation, stigma, and shame following a suicide death: Isolation and shame may result from the family’s decision to keep the suicide a secret.  Feeling unable to acknowledge the truth, those grieving the loss may feel as though they have to lie or live in silence. Shame may result from thoughts of personal blame and responsibility. Shame may result from the belief that one can’t control or manage their own grief reactions. Isolation and shame may result from a lack of social support

Servatis a periculum; Servatis a maleficum... Save yourselves from danger; save yourselves from evil. There is no hope for society. #evanescence #whisper #alternativemetal #goth #danger #evil #hopeless #society #depression #servatisapericulumservatisamaleficum #ladepressione
@nicolecannistra0100

Servatis a periculum; Servatis a maleficum... Save yourselves from danger; save yourselves from evil. There is no hope for society. #evanescence #whisper #alternativemetal #goth #danger #evil #hopeless #society #depression #servatisapericulumservatisamaleficum #ladepressione

I did something totally out of character this morning. I cut my scheduled workout short. (What?! I know, right? My apple watch tells me that I have not missed working out in 190 days now ~ and I don’t share that with pride)
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6am spin class? Check ✅ I woke up with a bunch of #fibromyalgia joint pain. Most of the time being active helps, so I went to the gym as planned.
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Next up was weightlifting 🏋️‍♀️. I started then paused and checked in with myself. An honest assessment was that I was not only physically in pain, but also struggling emotionally (hello #CPTSD anxiety/overwhelm). You’ll never guess what I did next.
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Can you guess? I cut my workout short, went home and took a nap. (a collective *gasp* is heard! 😂) As a first-born come-by-it-naturally overachiever it is wired into my personality to “just try harder” and “just keep going.” It’s my default response to hard things in life.
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27 years of being trapped in an abusive marriage and living on high-alert only cemented those habits, teaching me to totally ignore my own emotions, opinions and even how I am feeling physically.  The consequences of living like that have not been good.
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As I recover from #trauma I am gradually learning how important it is to listen to my God-given emotional and physical responses to life now (and to my past trauma).
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I’m learning to ask myself how I am feeling, both physically and emotionally. I’ll ask, “Self, how are you feeling today?” (in a compassionate, I’m-talking-to-a-friend, way). Then, “What do I need today?” and “How can I best support myself?”
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Sometimes that means cutting a workout short and choosing compassionate rest.
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Do you find it easy to listen to yourself and respond in a kind, compassionate way? I’d love to hear how you care for yourself.
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#PTSD #PTSDawareness #ptsdrecovery #ptsdsupport #ptsdinspirational #trauma #traumarecovery #hiddenillness #ptsdwarrior #copingwithptsd #coping_with_ptsd #myptsd
#complexptsd #posttraumaticstressdisorder #mentalhealth #mentalhealthawareness #anxiety #depression #nomorestigmatomentalhealth #ptsdsucks #mentalhealthmatters #fibromyalgiawarrior #gentleisthenewperfect #girlswholift #listeningtomyself
@susan.e.moore

I did something totally out of character this morning. I cut my scheduled workout short. (What?! I know, right? My apple watch tells me that I have not missed working out in 190 days now ~ and I don’t share that with pride) . 6am spin class? Check ✅ I woke up with a bunch of #fibromyalgia joint pain. Most of the time being active helps, so I went to the gym as planned. . Next up was weightlifting 🏋️‍♀️. I started then paused and checked in with myself. An honest assessment was that I was not only physically in pain, but also struggling emotionally (hello #cptsd anxiety/overwhelm). You’ll never guess what I did next. . Can you guess? I cut my workout short, went home and took a nap. (a collective *gasp* is heard! 😂) As a first-born come-by-it-naturally overachiever it is wired into my personality to “just try harder” and “just keep going.” It’s my default response to hard things in life. . 27 years of being trapped in an abusive marriage and living on

1991. Among the first photos I developed and printed in the darkroom. Re-scanned with Epson V600 scanner and edited in Lightroom CC. Shot on Kodak T-max with a Minolta X7A. @craigmacleanphotography #photoshoot #model #filmphotography #1991 #kodak #film #tmax #negative #scan #minolta #minoltax7a #epson #v600 #scanner #lightroom #lightroomcc #blackandwhite #mentalhealth #mentalhealthawareness #depression #anxiety #ptsd #craigmacleanphography
@craigmacleanphotography

1991. Among the first photos I developed and printed in the darkroom. Re-scanned with Epson V600 scanner and edited in Lightroom CC. Shot on Kodak T-max with a Minolta X7A. @craigmacleanphotography #photoshoot #model #filmphotography #1991 #kodak #film #tmax #negative #scan #minolta #minoltax7a #epson #v600 #scanner #lightroom #lightroomcc #blackandwhite #mentalhealth #mentalhealthawareness #depression #anxiety #ptsd #craigmacleanphography

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@emote.life

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