That's Some Real Shit... It's getting to the point where the more enlightened I get...The Harder it is to catch Soultie Level Feelings.. Because I see Negative Traits in Certain women that I missed when I wasn't "As Conscious" Years back..Even Leading up to Now... Everytime I meet That Next Soulmate That Gets my Blood Boiling and Check This I don't Even GIve a fuck how she feel about me forreal forreal...But if She Dope Enough... Conscious Enough With That "It Factor" Just having More than the rest of the Women ..If she can get me in my Feelings I embrace That shit She's a blessing to me because she's presenting me with Alchemy...A chance to ascend Control the raging flame that I have for her and like I said...Turn it into a Cigarette Lighter size Flame and ascend... so on and so forth.. 💯😍💃🏽🔥 it's 1 Thing to like a woman and spend time with her in the physical... But When a Woman put a fire in your belly... That's be That Shit... 😩😬🤯 #Facts#Truth#Ascension#enlightenment#consciousness#soulmates#twinflames#soulties
Are we done yet? With the simple false bits of "wisdom" that keep getting tossed around. If we really dig into the deepest parts of ourselves, and are brutally honest and ruthlessly humble and compassionate... we know the truth. #truth#selflove#consciousliving#sovereignsoul
How many people do you imagine look happy, but struggle with depressive thoughts on a daily basis? The lack of visibility of emotions is not the lack of having them.
Not everyone experiences depression in the same way. Some might not even realize that they are depressed, especially if they seem like they're managing their day-to-day life. It doesn’t seem possible that someone can be smiling, chipper, functioning, and at the same time depressed.
The definition of smiling depression is: appearing happy to others, literally smiling, while internally suffering with depressive symptoms. Smiling depression often goes undetected. Those suffering from it often discount their own feelings and brush them aside. They might not even be aware of their depression or want to acknowledge their symptoms due to a fear of being considered “weak”
They often maintain a full-time job, run a family household, participate in sports, and have a fairly active social life. With their mask on, everything looks great, even at times perfect. However, underneath the mask they are suffering from sadness, panic attacks, low self-esteem, insomnia, and, in some cases, suicidal thoughts.
When depressive thoughts and feelings aren’t addressed, they typically build up and become worse. What matters most is to reach out, ask for help or talk to a friend —