People who have gone through #Mentalhealth health challenges deserve healthy relationships- after they do their inner work, if I may add.

As human beings, you and I yearn for connection. Remember that saying, 'No man ...
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'.. is an island.' For the sake of inclusion, let's say that no person is an island. There are a lot of stigmas associated with people like you and me who openly say we have struggled with our #Mentalhealth

However, there is hope.
The first and most important thing is to do the inner work. I mean, see a therapist/counselor and intentionally work on your perception of yourself.

Shift that negative Nancy in your voice to encouragement and affirmation.
If you can afford, get yourself clothes that flatter you. Do not underestimate the power of good clothes. With time actually, you will develop a personal style.

If you can't afford to buy, find creative ways to pair what you have.
When you feel confident enough, get back to the dating pool. This time, ensure you have your priorities right.
Because the goal is to be in a healthy relationship that is mutually satisfying.

In most cases, experience has taught you what is wrong
So, this time, choose what is right.
Look out for positive values like respect and clear communication.
I am a big believer in the gut. If my gut approves, I approve too. I recommend you make use of this second brain.

Most importantly, communicate your intentions for the relationship. I mean, is it a fling or long term kinda thing?

Honesty is always in fashion.
If you feel up to it, tell them about any #Mentalhealth challenge you have.
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