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Homemade Gift For Girlfriend With Anxiety
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This is a truly thoughtful present: a personalized prescription bottle filled with “love pills.” Every woman deserves a man who takes good care of her well-being.
What can you say about this? Isn't amazing to receive unexpected kind of gift from someone you love?
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He’s amazing! Super thoughtful! At some point he’s also going to need self care...I hope he finds an outlet. This is coming from someone who is married to someone with multiple mental situations. It’s hard and emotionally draining.
My sister did a similar thing for me when I was going through a particularly hard time in my life. She got one of those weekly pill dispensers and said, anytime you're having a hard day, open one up. It was the most loving thing and I can't thank her enough for helping me through a rough time. She's stuck with me through this life long depression and is always there for me. I don't know what I did to deserve her, but thank God every day for her.
This is so thoughtful! ❤️
My Dad sent these as"lovesick" pills to my Mother when he was at sea in the Navy during WWII.
Kudos to Denisha Bracey’s boyfriend!!! This is phenomenal!!! Great job!!!
So sweet. Still a medical issue but those notes I am sure take away some of it
I need that kind of medication! I hate mine.nauseated face
He is a great and a clever guy. This is very loving and thoughtful! Every man should treat their woman like that especially when the girlfriend or spouse has anxiety. Care and support is really a must.
Okay I get this is cute, but I could also see how this undermines those who actually need medicine to regulate anxiety. Telling me some positive thoughts doesn't just make me snap out of my anxiety.
Okay I get this is cute, but I could also see how this undermines those who actually need medicine to regulate anxiety. Telling me some positive thoughts doesn't just make me snap out of my anxiety.
I’m on medication and my husband still goes above and beyond when I’m having a “no amount of meds is going to take this panic attack away” days. Please don’t undermine the good thing he’s doing by getting on your platform about meds. I don’t think he was undermining her or anyone that takes medication.
Okay I get this is cute, but I could also see how this undermines those who actually need medicine to regulate anxiety. Telling me some positive thoughts doesn't just make me snap out of my anxiety.
I have mental illness and am suicidal. This is important too. To have someone remind you that you matter is essential to a suicidal person. This isn't suggesting to just get over it. Check your projections love.
Okay I get this is cute, but I could also see how this undermines those who actually need medicine to regulate anxiety. Telling me some positive thoughts doesn't just make me snap out of my anxiety.
He could have done this in a thousand different ways, why pills. It's such a personal and individual thing.. It's just sugar coated stigma. I know his heart was in the right place but the message is off.
Cute and all. But Anxiety is an actual real medical issue.
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Marry that man ❤️ beautiful.
Negative emotions like anxiety is hard wired into our brains to be managed and not eliminated. This sweet gesture of her boyfriend can help her manage her anxiety.
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