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@HeartSupport I was looking for your reaction to a Jinjer song .I stumbled upon this band 3 years ago while i was listening straight line stich( long story short) .I still struggle to accept to not be ok, to do errors the doubts,and the self-destructive tendencies in me (this conflict lead me to a relapse recently). Eventually a wiser friend of mine remind me to be grateful and to dedicate time to that and other healthy perspectives!

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Thank you for sharing your experience with discovering Jinjer and how music has been a part of your journey. It’s fascinating how certain bands and songs can resonate with us, especially during challenging times. Music has a unique way of connecting with our emotions, and it can be a powerful tool in coping with and understanding our struggles.

It’s completely normal to find it difficult to accept not being okay and to grapple with self-doubt and self-destructive tendencies. These feelings can be tough to manage, and it’s understandable that they led to a relapse. Recovery is often a non-linear process, and setbacks are a part of the journey. It’s important not to be too hard on yourself during these times.

It sounds like you have a wise friend who offers great advice. Focusing on gratitude and maintaining healthy perspectives can be incredibly beneficial. Perhaps you could try incorporating regular practices that reinforce these habits, like keeping a gratitude journal or setting aside a few minutes each day to reflect on what you’re thankful for. These small practices can sometimes help shift our focus from what’s going wrong to what’s going right.

Continuing to explore music that speaks to you and supports your healing is another excellent strategy. If there are other bands or songs that you find particularly uplifting or relatable, embracing them as part of your recovery toolkit can be very helpful.

Thank you again for opening up about your struggles and the steps you’re taking to overcome them. If you ever feel like sharing more about your journey or the music that inspires you, I’m here to listen and support you.

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