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So nice to know more about you. Can’t wait to see your next post.
Thank you so much, I am so grateful that you enjoyed it!
I’m looking forward to reading those posts!
Thanks Laura, I love reading your blog as well and am so glad you found me on Instagram!
My sister got me pottery classes for Christmas and I’ll be taking them this year! I took a pottery class in high school but I’m excited to actually take “real” classes soon. Yay for new things 🙂 I also love getting back into my routine after the holiday’s. Feels so good!
No way!? Thats so awesome, I bet you’ll love that. Im excited to see what you learn! Fresh starts feel so good 😀 time to make my oatmeal in a quieter kitchen without the smell of bacon hehe.
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Unbelievable. Thanks Robin for illuminating such an important topic. I struggle daily with this and look forward to chatting with you more in depth.
Very interesting to get a perspective of what consumed you and how intensely your mind worked. But maybe some of the reasons you did train so hard was for the reward.
In working life I have found that I was consumed by succeeding,as in school life I was a failure. This work/life balance can at times be hard to be successful at.
Great article Robyn. Glad you are working this one through so well. ?
Loved your article, Robin! Insightful, interesting, and beneficial. You are nothing short of amazing.
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Thanks for the tips! We all did coloring in Seminar today! Love your mom 🙂
Thank you so much for sharing your experience and incredible insight about this very important issue affecting many young people today. I look forward to hearing more about your strategies for coping and feeling good and hope your blog goes completely viral as sharing your story will help give voice to to so many struggling and will help to remove the stigma associated with all things mental health. Whether that’s struggles with anxiety, choosing to meet with a therapist(big stigma attached) and or simply talking with others about the challenges. Thanks again, Kris Stoffer.
Amazing Robin. Thanks for sharing and giving such great advice. I know many will be helped. I have been.
Fantastic site you have here but I was wondering if you knew of any discussion boards that cover the same topics talked about in this article?
I’d really like to be a part of online community where I can get responses from other experienced
people that share the same interest. If you have any recommendations, please let me know.