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Rich Dad Poor Dad Book Quotes Part 3


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“The most important specialized skills are sales and marketing. The ability to sell—to communicate to another human being, be it a customer, employee, boss, spouse, or child—is the base skill of personal success.”

“It’s how you handle failure that makes the difference in one’s life.”

“Communication skills such as writing, speaking, and negotiating are crucial to a life of success. These are skills I work on constantly, attending courses or buying educational resources to expand my knowledge.”

“Rich dad encouraged Mike and me to know a little about a lot. He encouraged us to work with people smarter than we were and to bring smart people together to work as a team. Today it would be called a synergy of professional specialties.”

“The better you are at communicating, negotiating, and handling your fear of rejection, the easier life is.”

“People are so afraid of losing that they lose”

“A savvy investor knows that the seemingly worst of times is actually the best of times to make money. When everyone else is too afraid to act, they pull the trigger and are rewarded.”

“The main management skills needed for success are:

1.Management of cash flow

2.Management of systems

3.Management of people”

“Be a little greedy. It’s the best cure for laziness.”

“What I know makes me money. What I don’t know loses me money. Every time I have been arrogant, I have lost money. Because when I’m arrogant, I truly believe that what I don’t know is not important,”

“There is gold everywhere. Most people are not trained to see it.”

“Money is made on information. You want to hear about the next boom, get in, and get out before the next bust.”

“It is what you know that is your greatest wealth. It is what you do not know that is your greatest risk.”

“Master a formula and then learn a new one: the power of learning quickly”

“You become what you study.” In other words, be careful what you learn, because your mind is so powerful that you become what you put in your head.”

“I constantly remind people to not focus on their product, service, or widget, but to focus on developing management skills. The three most important management skills necessary to start your own business are management of:

1.Cash flow


3.Personal time”

“Finding what people miss is key to any success.”

There are 2 types of people. People who are too busy to take care of their wealth, and people too busy to take care of their health.

The words “I can’t afford it” shut down your brain. “How can I afford it?” opens up possibilities, excitement, and dreams.

“The rich know that savings are only used to create more money, not to pay bills.”

“If you’re not tough inside, the world will always push you around”

“I only play with money I can afford to lose.”

“People management. The real skill is to manage and reward the people who are smarter than you in some technical area.”


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Rich Dad Poor Dad Book Quotes Part 2

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“By not fully understanding money, the vast majority of people allow its awesome power to control them.”

“If you find you have dug yourself into a hole… stop digging.”

“Schools were designed to produce good employees, instead of employers.”

“When it comes to money, high emotions tend to lower financial intelligence.”

“Most never become what the investment world calls ‘a sophisticated investor.’ And the best investments are usually first sold to sophisticated investors, who then turn around and sell them to the people playing it safe.”

“The real tragedy is that the lack of early financial education is what creates the risk faced by average middle-class people. The reason they have to play it safe is because their financial positions are tenuous at best. Their balance sheets are not balanced. Instead, they are loaded with liabilities and have no real assets that generate income. Typically, their only source of income is their paycheck. Their livelihood becomes entirely dependent on their employer. So when genuine “deals of a lifetime” come along, these people can’t take advantage of them because they are working so hard, are taxed to the max, and are loaded with debt.”

“Employees make their business owner or the shareholders rich, not themselves. Your efforts and success will help provide for the owner’s success and retirement.”

“Most people work from January to May just for the government.”

“Wealth measures how much money your money is making and, therefore, your financial survivability.”

“Have the excess cash flow from your assets reinvested. The more money that goes into my asset column, the more my asset column grows. The more my assets grow, the more my cash flow grows.”

“Keep expenses low, reduce liabilities, and diligently build a base of solid assets.”

“Begin acquiring assets that you love. If you don’t love it, you won’t take care of it.”

“Start minding your own business. Keep your daytime job, but start buying real assets, not liabilities.”

“The better I was at understanding the accounting and cash management, the better I would be at analyzing investments and eventually starting and building my own company.”

“Once a dollar goes into your asset column, it becomes your employee. The best thing about money is that it works 24 hours a day and can work for generations.”

“Build your asset column first. Then the income generated from the asset column will buy you luxuries.”

“A small amount can grow into a large amount. It is a matter of understanding financial statements, investment strategies, a sense of the market, and the laws.”

“The greater your financial intelligence, the easier it is to tell whether a deal is good. It’s your intelligence that can spot a bad deal, or make a bad deal good.”

“It is not gambling if you know what you’re doing. It is gambling if you’re just throwing money into a deal and praying. The idea in anything is to use your technical knowledge, wisdom, and love of the game to cut the odds down, to lower the risk.”

“I look at money much like my game of tennis. I play hard, make mistakes, correct, make more mistakes, correct, and get better. If I lose the game, I reach across the net, shake my opponent’s hand, smile, and say, ‘See you next Saturday.”

“Financial intelligence is a synergy of accounting, investing, marketing, and law. Combine those four technical skills and making money with money is easier than most people would believe.”

“You want to know a little about a lot” was rich dad’s suggestion.”

“I recommend to young people to seek work for what they will learn, more than what they will earn. Look down the road at what skills they want to acquire before choosing a specific profession and before getting trapped in the Rat Race.”

“The question I often ask people is, ‘Where is this daily activity taking you?’”

“If they tell me, “I only do what I am interested in,” I say, “I’m not interested in going to the gym, but I go because I want to feel better and live longer.”

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Rich Dad Poor Dad by Robert Kiyosaki Book Quotes Part 1

“One dad would say, ‘The love of money is the root of all evil.’ The other said, ‘The lack of money is the root of all evil.’”

“As a process, choosing for myself turned out to be much more valuable in the long run than simply accepting or rejecting a single point of view.”

“One of the reasons the rich get richer, the poor get poorer, and the middle class struggles in debt is that the subject of money is taught at home, not in school.”

“One dad had a habit of saying, ‘I can’t afford it.’ The other dad forbade those words to be used. He insisted I ask, ‘How can I afford it?’”

“Proper physical exercise increases your chances for health, and proper mental exercise increases your chances for wealth.”

One dad recommended, “Study hard so you can find a good company to work for.” The other recommended, “Study hard so you can find a good company to buy.”

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One said, “When it comes to money, play it safe. Don’t take risks.” The other said, “Learn to manage risk.”

“One believed, “Our home is our largest investment and our greatest asset.” The other believed, “My house is a liability, and if your house is your largest investment, you’re in trouble.”

“One dad taught me how to write an impressive resumé so I could find a good job. The other taught me how to write strong business and financial plans so I could create jobs.”

“Choosing not to listen to my highly educated dad’s advice and attitude about money was a painful decision, but it was a decision that shaped the rest of my life.”

“Money is one form of power. But what is more powerful is financial education. Money comes and goes, but if you have the education about how money works, you gain power over it and can begin building wealth.”

“People go to school and never learned how money works, so they spend their lives working for money.”

“Opportunities come and go. Being able to know when to make quick decisions is an important skill.”

“Most of the time, life does not talk to you. It just sort of pushes you around. Each push is life saying, ‘Wake up. There’s something I want you to learn.”

“If you learn life’s lessons, you will do well. If not, life will just continue to push you around.”

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“Life pushes all of us around. Some people give up and others fight. A few learn the lesson and move on. They welcome life pushing them around. To these few people, it means they need and want to learn something. They learn and move on. Most quit, and a few like you fight.”

“Most will spend the best years of their lives working for money, not really understanding what it is they are working for.”

“When it comes to money, most people want to play it safe and feel secure. So passion does not direct them. Fear does.”

“It’s fear that keeps most people working at a job: the fear of not paying their bills, the fear of being fired, the fear of not having enough money, and the fear of starting over. That’s the price of studying to learn a profession or trade, and then working for money. Most people become a slave to money—and then get angry at their boss.”

“You’re taxed when you earn. You’re taxed when you spend. You’re taxed when you save. You’re taxed when you die.”

“They think that more money will solve the problem and don’t realize that it’s their lack of financial education that is the problem.”

“Their vision is too narrow. Most people never see the trap they are in.”

“Every person has a weak and needy part of their soul that can be bought, and he knew that every individual also had a part of their soul that was resilient and could never be bought.”

“People’s lives are forever controlled by two emotions: FEAR and GREED.”

“Money Trap Pattern: Get up, go to work, pay bills. (Cycle goes on) earn more money, and the spending just increases.”

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“The main cause of poverty or financial struggle is fear and ignorance, not the economy or the government or the rich.”

“Fear pushes you out the door, and desire calls to you. That’s the trap.”

“Once a person stops searching for information and self-knowledge, ignorance sets in.”

“School is important. You go to school to learn a skill or profession to become a contributing member of society. Every culture needs teachers, doctors, mechanics, artists, cooks, businesspeople, police officers, firefighters, and soldiers. Schools train them so society can thrive and flourish,” said rich dad. “Unfortunately, for many people school is the end, not the beginning.”

“To spend your life living in fear, never exploring your dreams, is cruel. To work hard for money, thinking that it will buy you things that will make you happy is also cruel. To wake up in the middle of the night terrified about paying bills is a horrible way to live. To live a life dictated by the size of a paycheck is not really living a life. Thinking that a job makes you secure is lying to yourself.”

“It is ignorance about money that causes so much greed and fear.”

“History proves that great civilizations collapse when the gap between the haves and have-nots is too great. We haven’t learned from history. We only memorize historical dates and names, not the lesson.”

“Learn to use your emotions to think, not think with your emotions”

“Confronting fear, weaknesses, and neediness by choosing our own thoughts is the way out.”

“Instead of just getting up and going to work because not having the money to pay your bills is scaring you, ask yourself, ‘Is working harder at this the best solution to this problem?’ Most people are too afraid to rationally think things through and instead run out the door to a job they hate. The Tar Baby (bills at the end of the month) is in control.”

“A job is only a short-term solution to a long-term problem.”

“Money controls their lives, or should I say the fear and ignorance about money controls it”

“The rich know that money is an illusion, truly like the carrot for the donkey.”

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“The avoidance of money is just as psychotic as being attached to money.”

“Money is not the answer to everything. There are rich people who are more fearful of becoming poor. Of losing it all.”

“Emotions are what make us human. The word ‘emotion’ stands for ‘energy in motion.’ Be truthful about your emotions and use your mind and emotions in your favor, not against yourself.”

“Just be an observer, not a reactor, to your emotions. Most people do not know that it’s their emotions that are doing the thinking. Your emotions are your emotions, but you have got to learn to do your own thinking.”

“If the fear of not having enough money arises, instead of immediately running out to get a job, they instead might ask themselves this question: ‘Will a job be the best solution to this fear over the long run?’ In my opinion, the answer is no. A job is really a short-term solution to a long-term problem.”

“I want to teach you to master the power of money, instead of being afraid of it. They don’t teach that in school and, if you don’t learn it, you become a slave to money.”

“Too many people are too focused on money and not on their greatest wealth, their education.”

“If people are prepared to be flexible, keep an open mind and learn, they will grow richer and richer despite tough changes.”

“If you think money will solve problems, you will have a rough ride. Intelligence solves problems and produces money. Money without financial intelligence is money soon gone.”

“Most people fail to realize that in life, it’s not how much money you make. It’s how much money you keep.”

“If you want to be rich, you need to be financially literate.”

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“If you are going to build the Empire State Building, the first thing you need to do is dig a deep hole and pour a strong foundation. If you are going to build a home in the suburbs, all you need to do is pour a six-inch slab of concrete. Most people, in their drive to get rich, are trying to build an Empire State Building on a six-inch slab.”

“Accounting is possibly the most confusing, boring subject in the world, but if you want to be rich long-term, it could be the most important subject.”

“An asset puts money in my pocket. A liability takes money out of my pocket.”

“Illiteracy, both in words and numbers, is the foundation of financial struggle. If people are having difficulties financially, there is something that they don’t understand, either in words or numbers.”

“In financial reporting, reading numbers is looking for the plot, the story of where the cash is flowing.”

“It is the cash flow that tells the story of how a person handles their money.”

“Money only accentuates the cash-flow pattern running in your head. If your pattern is to spend everything you get, most likely an increase in cash will just result in an increase in spending. Thus, the saying, “A fool and his money is one big party.”

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“What is missing from their education is not how to make money, but how to manage money. It’s called financial aptitude—what you do with the money once you make it, how to keep people from taking it from you, how to keep it longer, and how to make that money work hard for you.”

“Most people don’t understand why they struggle financially because they don’t understand cash flow. A person can be highly educated, professionally successful, and financially illiterate. These people often work harder than they need to because they learned how to work hard, but not how to have their money work hard for them.”

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Charming Falls Apart by Angela Terry Book Quotes

Charming Falls Apart by Angela Terry Book Quotes

“There is a wedding to cancel. There is job hunting to do. There is a birthday dinner to attend.There is the fact that I am thirty-five years old and my life has crumbled around me.”

“Though I can’t completely start over at the bottom of the ladder; I have bills to pay and self-esteem to raise.”

“When Kate is in a good mood, she’s my funny little comrade who makes me laugh harder than anyone else with her quirky and often wry observations and humor; but when feeling cornered or defensive, her spikes go up, and one must handle her with care.”

“Get up, dress up, show up”

“I’ve gone from numb survival mode to realizing everything I’ve lost that I’ll never get back. Everything I worked hard for—my job, my relationship, my friends—poof! All gone. For the first time in my life, I’m lost.”

“Tomorrow is another day,” she says, while pouring more champagne into my glass. “Tonight is all about celebrating thank-god-that-bastard’s-out-of-your-life, okay?” She clinks her glass against my full one.”

“Did you schedule your life around him? Did he do the same for you?

“Commit to the process”

“Who was Allison before Neil? Who is Allison after Neil? What do I want from my next relationship?”

“Just because you’re good at something, if you’re not interested in it, what’s the point?”

“What attracted you to your current job? What do you like about your job? What don’t you like? What do people tell you you’re good at? What do you do in your free time as opposed to the nine-to-five? If you’re still at a loss, then make a list of what you liked to do as a child! What did you dream your life would look like?”

“I notice his attractiveness the same way I admire a nice pair of heels at Nordstrom—nice to look at, but something I just can’t afford right now.”

“There are two choices: being utterly depressed in a hole or viewing this as an opportunity.”

“Losing my career of twelve years and my boyfriend of five years along with one of my best friends was just too much. It just felt like everything I worked hard for and believed in and loved all disappeared in one day.”

“Jordan has been awesome and the best friend that a girl could have, but, weirdly, there’s something about a stranger’s perspective and, especially, Eric’s tough love approach that has given me the extra push I needed.”

“When Neil first broke up with me, he pulled the rug out from under our relationship; but with this revelation, he’s now destroyed the entire foundation. I struggle to breathe normally. Okay, maybe I don’t want to know everything.”

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Am I Normal Yet? by Holly Bourne Favorite Lines

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This post is a compilation of my favorite lines from Am I Normal Yet by Holly Bourne

Book Title: Am I Normal Yet?

Author: Holly Bourne

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“My heart started beating really quickly, but not in its usual trapped-insect way. In a new way. A good way.”

“I used to trust Jane… I used to trust my judgement. I used to trust my thoughts. Things change.”

“Why would I waste brain tissue thinking about you?”

“I had been. Clever, I suppose. Once. Now I had barely any qualifications to my name, and I’d ruled out almost A level subjects based on their potential to trigger a relapse.”

“Don’t even get me started on what existentialism does to my mind.”

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“I hadn’t meant to ditch on Lottie. I just…ditched life, and Lottie was part of that.”

“Films had been my savior over the past few years. I was able to lose myself in the stories and get caught up in the characters. For two hours at a time, I could forget all the whirring non-stipends of guy-twisting anxiety. I could merge myself into the lives of people capable of leaving the house, capable of having storylines.”

“Have you ever barricaded yourself into a room? Honestly, it’s the most definitive way of confirming that, yes, you have gone mental. And that confirmation unleashes the emotional landslide – where, suddenly, after fighting for so long, your brain gives up and erodes in on you, spiraling your thoughts into monsters who seize the city and tell you nothing is going to be okay ever again. That is your new life now. Fear, and pain, and confusion.”

“I’m in therapy for an anxiety-related disorder. EVERYTHING makes me uncomfortable.”

“What’s important to remember is you have these techniques now, to deal with these thoughts when you have them.”

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“Can’t I just never have bad thoughts? Can’t they just go away forever?”

“There were loads of MISINFORMATION and STIGMA and it was really terrible and everyone suffered in silence for ages, not knowing what was wrong, and not seeking help because they didn’t understand what their brain was doing to them and why.”

“People actually die of bipolar, you know? They jump in front of trains and tip down bottles of paracetamol and leave letters behind to their devastated families because their bullying brains just won’t let them be for five minutes and they can’t bear to live with that anymore.”

“Mental illness grabs you by the leg, screaming, and chow you down whole. They make you selfish. They make you irrational. They make you self-absorbed. They make you needy. They make you cancel plans last minute. The make you not very fun to spend time with. They make you exhausting to be near.”

“They should make a film about depression where it’s just one person, lying in bed, staring at the ceiling for an hour. Then it’d be authentic.”

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Do you ever wonder how we decide what’s mad and what isn’t? There’s so much crazy stuff in the world – everything’s a mess most of the time – but then people who can’t handle it are called mental and have films made about them… But what if they’re just reacting to the weirdness of the universe? Isn’t it more weird to just think everything’s okay, when it clearly isn’t?


What if he realizes within minutes that you’re a massive weirdo freak and runs out leaving you alone to fester in the germs?

I am supposed to be going on a date but all my clothes hate me.

Panic took over – stupid overwhelming panic, over a stupid underwhelming wardrobe crisis. My chest tightened and I flopped back to bed, focusing on my raggedy breathing.




YES (Well go do it. Then… Go on! And now you can stop worrying.)

NO (Then proceed to instruction number two.)



That’s the thing about anxiety. You can worry about anything and everything, dream up all sorts of weird and wonderful situations to be terrified of in the hope your fear will control the world somehow… and yet the world remains uncontrollable.

The disdain in his words was heartbreaking. The self-hatred. I knew it so well. You can’t help getting sick in your head, but, by golly, do you forget that. Daily. You despise yourself for being the way you are, like you’re doing it on purpose or something.

There’s nothing more comforting than someone who actually gets it. Really gets it. Because they’ve been through the same hell as you have and can verify you’ve not made it up.

I didn’t think you’d say yes if I asked you out. And then you did. And I was so happy, and then, so panicked, and I knew I would screw it up, and I have screwed it up. Who brings their parents on a date? Who? WHO?

I wanted to grab her face and yell, “I’m not a horrible person, I’m not. But I’m broken too and I’ve never been on the receiving end of this behavior before and I can’t handle it and I have to look after me first, before anyone else.

My heart practically panicked and ran out of my ribcage to claim asylum.

Why are you so scared? You’ve done it before. Nothing bad happened.

It’s such a torturous circle. I eat something, I start to worry I’ll get sick, this releases adrenaline which makes my stomach churn and my hands shake. That of course, makes me think I am actually sick, so I get more scared, and feel more sick. Over and over. Day after day. So much life lost.

My ribcage seemed to tighten, like it was squeezing my heart in on itself.

Guy leaned over and every hair on my body stood to attention.

I looked at him too, my heart thud-thudding. He was annoyingly good-looking in the autumn sun. It lit up all the concaves in his cheeks; it made his dark hair look almost golden rather than black.

You know what’s the best revenge, of course? Moving on with you life, and becoming absolutely famous so he can see what he’s missing.

His brain cells that are lying in a brain cell morgue somewhere, dead as dead can be.

I wasn’t trying to be puff pastry, I just sort of wanted to date someone and have a boy think I was half-decent and not mad. That’s normal, right?

I stopped laughing, my heart already racing.

I should’ve rung the emergency doctor person. I should’ve told my family. I didn’t even have to tell them in person, I could’ve left a note on the kitchen table.

Dear family,

It’s back. I’m not coping. Send help.


But I didn’t.

Irrational reasons I didn’t tell anyone

1. They were all so proud of me, of how I was doing.

2. Maybe it wasn’t “back”. I was still functioning. I was still going to college, seeing my friends, doing my coursework.

3. And it wasn’t like I was doing all the same things as before.

4. If it was back, I’d have to up my medication again. I’d failed. I’d always be on it. I’d never know who I was.

5. I f it was back then all the therapy hadn’t worked. If it was back I would always be like this. I would always have to fight every day, to stop myself slipping down the slope to Crazyville. Just the thought f that was exhausting. If it wasn’t back, then I was cured.

6. If it was back, my friends might find out. They might not want to be my friends any more.

You’re not fat, you idiot. Saying that is being really mean to actually-fat people.

Almost-kiss at the house party… followed by an all-out communication blackout.

Why did I like hearing his name so much?

My euphoria drained out of me, like a plug being pulled in the bath, and I sagged on the dance floor.

When I looked at Guy, it was like my brain was on a dimmer switch and the rest of the world was twisted down to mute.

Kissing Guy made up for every kiss I missed out on over the past three years.


Why did you think you could be normal? Why did you think you could have something good?

My eyelids blinked in overtime, working hard to repress the tears banging on the door.

I’d never been lost in any kind of moment before. I’d always noticed everything, my brain was always tick-rocking wherever I went, whatever I did. But then, there, I was drowning in the moment.

I needed to be normal and laugh with my friends and talk to people close to me without making them cry about how screwed up I am.

We’re kinder and more fragile. That’s our biology and we can’t help it.

Our need to be loved, fanciable, desirable, – whatever. It messes up our judgement.

It’s hard to realize unpleasant truths about ourselves. But it’s the first step towards making things better.

I’d failed at boring everyday existing that everyone else finds so easy.

I just wanted to have one shower in the morning, like everybody else. And go to college without it feeling like the world’s biggest effort, like everybody else. And brush my teeth twice a day, like everybody else. And get the train, like everybody else. And not feel sick with fear all the time, like everybody else. And relax occasionally, like everybody else. And have fun with my friends, like everybody else. And get kissed, like everybody else. And go on holiday, like everybody else. And get kissed, like everybody else. And fall in love, like everybody else. And not cry every day, like everybody else. And not have stiff muscles and be in constant pain from stress, like everybody else. And eat hamburgers with my hands like everybody else. And to…

My stupid brain! With its constant CONSTANT barrage of thoughts and what-ifs and worries and bullying.

My mind was raced and jumped and bullied and hurt.

I watched groups of friends, scattered on tables, joking and studying and chatting and piss-taking and just living living living.

If all my craziness was a sore throat, then Guy was a Strepsil, melting the crap away in my head.

So much is lost when you lose yourself. Not just your pride, or your hope. But worse things, things that affect others. Like your ability to help them when they need you, to notice when they’re hurting. You’re too wrapped up in your own hurt, your own mess. It wasn’t fair. I didn’t want to be selfish, I didn’t want to be a crap sister… and yet I was… because I wasn’t strong enough.

They find something – even if you’re near-perfect, they find something.

Yes, proud of you. Because, despite all you’ve been through, you’re still good and kind. You’re not bitter. Well, you are, but only at yourself. You may feel broken, but you don’t break others.

You’re so obsessed with being normal, but that’s well boring, and you’re extraordinary, Evie. Promise me you’ll stop trying to stop being you.

Even IF I get better now, what’s the point? I’m always a week away from potentially losing it again. On the cliff edge of normal. Then what? Then what do I do? “You remember how far you’ve come, you get the help you need, and you continue fighting.

Do you not think everybody else finds it exhausting too, trying to be them?

Everyone’s on the cliff edge of normal. Everyone finds life an utter nightmare sometimes, and there’s no ‘normal’ way of dealing with it. There is no normal. There’s only what’s normal to you. You’re chasing a ghost.

Your behavior isn’t making you happy. You’re miserable. You’re wasting hours each day living in fear, trying to control everything around you. Trying, ultimately, to control who you are. You’ve got to stop hating yourself.


They’ll know who you are…and if they don’t like it, why would you want to be friends with them anyway?


You can’t control what they think, so why bother worrying?

I believe the world, our gender roles, and the huge inequality we face every day MAKES US crazy.

I felt like “me” for the first time in weeks.

Being labeled with a mental problem changes how you view yourself.

I really think humour is the best gateway drug into feminism.

Enlightenment is a journey – we can’t expect to know it all and get it right the moment we decide to fight for something we believe in.

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I hope that at least one or two of the tips in this book will guide you in your journey towards getting back the happiness you deserve.

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Great tips on how to deal with depression – ranging from the physical and basic to more emotional and individualized ways to cope. I especially love the recommendation of books and YouTubers as it gives a personal insight to into your personal battle with depression.” -Annie

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