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Vivianne Miedema on Twitter: “Sometimes you can’t see what’s going on inside someone… be nice ♥️…” #WorldMentalHealthDay

Posted by jpluimers on 2022/10/10

Last year, [] Vivianne Miedema on Twitter: “Sometimes you can’t see what’s going on inside someone… be nice ♥️… “ forwarded a modified copy of the below picture in which anyone usually recognises at least one artefact.

It isn’t the original, but that’s OK, as the main message is this:

Be nice to anyone. Not just today on World Mental Health Day: Every day!

I did a [Wayback/] image search which did not reveal the original, not even in the youngest occurence which was on Facebook (which is odd, as they refuse to be archived, but apparently are open to web-search – go figure!). Of course that one was without attribution because nowadays regrettably few people care about it.

Vivianne at least had some attribution, so via [Wayback/] Blessing Manifesting – Making self care and self love part of the everyday., I found both the original picture at [Wayback/] 9 Signs of High Functioning Anxiety – Blessing Manifesting and the follow-up at [Wayback/] 9 Anxiety Struggles I Have (Part Two) – Blessing Manifesting, both of which I have included below.

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Via: [] Rosita 👩🏾‍💻 on Twitter: “Herkenbaar except for the “always on time”. 😊… “

Related: [] Jeroen Wiert Pluimers on Twitter: “Er vielen zo veel kwartjes op hun plek over mij, mijn verstandelijk beperkte broer en mijn omgeving. Eindelijk had ik een woordenboek om dingen en omstandigheden beter uit te leggen. Het hielp bijvoorbeeld enorm rondom de endeldarmkankerbehandelingen. #WorldMentalHealthDay… “


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