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Words from my Twitter fam
You are a very positive person, and you are always PRESENT on Twitter, and I have a gut feeling you are helping more people than you probably realize. Not everyone is willing to tweet or participate in sharing their issues. So never forget, the silent can absolutely be a majority
— Tracy 🇨🇦 (@TisforTracy) June 7, 2018
Your posts came into my timeline when I needed to see support. As a mental health nurse, caring for others comes easy for me & I often overlook my own mental health needs. Difficult to ask for visibility when you’re the 1 pple rely on. Your positivity lightened me. Much gratitude
— Roy (@guiltymuse) June 7, 2018
100% whenever I see your posts it brightens my day knowing that there ARE people in the world wanting to spread good, they have inspired me to build on my character and become more positive and helpful to others as well as myself.
— Auto (@AutoDeFray) June 6, 2018
I find your tweets to be very inspirational and they remind me to practice mindfulness more and to take a moment or two to be thoughtful.
— Shelly Korba (@ShellyKorba) June 7, 2018
The line in one of your recent articles/blogs about how you don’t know how many people you’ve positively impacted (I think I commented on it) really struck a chord with me!
— alice 💭🎈🚀🎧🌞🐰🐱🦄🌻📚💌🍔🍦🍩 (@aarugo) June 7, 2018
I started reading your content about a month ago and you’ve helped me be more honest with myself about self care. I also participate in your #ClarityTalk and find them emotionally and socially fulfilling.
— AestheticPuppet (@AestheticPuppet) June 7, 2018
I appreciate the positive atmosphere and community you are developing here. Thank you for your openness and for the reminders of self care. I also love the journal prompts you shared.
— Karen Hall (@k_Iowa) June 6, 2018
My Mom was diagnosed w cancer on 4/20. Life changed instantly. On 4/30 you said to remember self care and to do something today to make tomorrow easier…and now I do. For my mom. My family. And we’re going to be ok. Thank you.
— Julia (@juliacforbes) June 7, 2018
Your tweets have been so helpful to keep my day in perspective, to have hope, or even make me smile
— Kimberly (@tiaravonlobster) June 7, 2018
I'm 59, a (2nd) master's student and I live alone, kids independent, gone….you remind me to connect every day with someone…..thank you!
— Expectingachg (@expectingachg) June 6, 2018
When I see your posts and the comments from others it calms me, helps me realize I’m not alone…not the only one who battles every now and then💕
— Deborah (@drrun20) June 7, 2018
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