Fran Fran ❤️ (@francis__cheng) — Be soft. Don't let the world make you hard. Do not let pain make you hate. Do not let bitterness steal your sweetness.
《Untitled - 01》by Francis Cheng . 🌕🐋🌊 Don’t want to name it or create any background story. I’m sure everyone has their own interpretation when they look at this painting. . Comment down below and let me know how you feel about it and the story in your head.🔮 . Seriously, after five years no painting, I'm happy how it turns out lol . #painting#sunday#media#cardboard#watercolor#pen#ballpen#i#love#moon#and#whale#spirit#animal
Can't believe it's been several years since we graduated🙊 Coming back is good☺️reunion with my squad👭👭👭, seeing all those changes. Of course recalling our previous school life is the best part.♥️ Btw hope I'm a few years younger so that I can learn how to grow coral🐚 and fishes🐠, making coffee with professional machine, lying down and watch movies with a big screen in secondary school🤣🤣🤣#jealous . #school#schoollife#secondaryschool#alumni#reunion#with#my#squad
✨Today is world mental health day!✨ #because#i#care#worldmentalhealthday So I'm going to recap some of the answers that touched me the most from an article. . What do you want people to know about mental health? . "I wish people knew that mental health issues don't make you weak. Also, that mental health issues are really common and have vast ranges of severity. My mental health issues have taught me that I am compassionate and thoughtful. I think my sensitivity is a strength because I have helped others." Beth, 35, Oman . "Mental health is just as important as your physical health. Check in with yourself on a regular basis to assess how you’re feeling and behaving. Remember, there is no shame in getting the help you need, via a counselor, mentor, friend, relative, or book." Sonya, 58, U.S. . "Mental health is a daily practice like physical health. For me, making it a priority has increased my intrinsic motivation and confidence to lean into my best self." Shawna S., 50, Netherlands . "It’s OK to feel depressed, anxious, mad, or any other emotion. I've learned that trying to suppress feelings and pretend everything is OK is the worst thing someone can do. Your feelings ARE validand it IS OK to feel them. Acknowledging your feelings is a crucial step in recovery. You need to listen to your body and mind." Jami A., 21, U.S. #thankyou#if#you#read#til#the#end