10 Uplifting Instagram Accounts You Should Be Following

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It's easy to wake up and instantly start scrolling through Instagram. If you're going to spend time browsing your social media feed, why not make sure it's full of inspiring accounts with uplifting messages that will start your day off on the right foot? Keep reading to discover ten of our favorite uplifting Instagram accounts, all centered around the importance of self love, sisterhood, girl power, and the divine nature that connects all of us. 


Everyone needs a little support. Tag your girl gang to let them know you are thinking of them. 👇🏻 #aworldofsisters⠀ ⠀ 📷: @nothingisnice

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What’s “too much” for one person might be “barely enough” for someone else. IT’S SO SUBJECTIVE that it’s irrelevant. It’s actually bananas nuts INSANE—when you think about it—to believe that you are too much or not enough of anything. Because...according to who? According to what construct? By what measure? I refuse to play this absurd game. 💃 😂🙌 Let me be clear, I’m not asking if this, or me, or anyone is TOO MUCH for you, I’m saying it doesn’t matter. And the “too muchness” or “not enoughness” (technical terms 😂❤️) of other’s perception HAVE NOTHING TO DO WITH YOU. 👯‍♀️ What if we all examined the reality that our opinions of our “too much” or “not enough” are based in entirely made up constructs, that you most likely don’t even REALLY believe? In other words, what if we all examined the rules of the game before deciding to play? 😂 Just some light philosophical questions from a girl on a table for your WEEKEND!! ✨✨ 💃 And on that note 😘 Here’s to YOU. 🥂 And realizing you’re never (AND CANNOT BE) too much or not enough of yourself.

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Emotional regulation skills allow you to manage and direct your emotions. “Emotion regulation” is a term used to describe a person’s ability to effectively manage and respond to an emotional experience. ♥️🧠 People unconsciously use emotion regulation strategies to cope with difficult situations many times throughout each day. Most of us use a variety of emotion regulation strategies and are able to apply them to different situations in order to adapt to the demands of our environment. Some of these are adaptive and helpful for mental health, some are not. . Healthy, adaptive coping strategies, such as the ideas listed in this graphic, do not cause harm. They can help to diffuse strong emotions often allowing for a greater understanding of what led to the emotional experience & this greater resilience! . Maladaptive & defeating strategies are those that may leave lasting damage or lead us to avoid dealing with situations that will inevitably require a head on solution. Self-injury, numbing using alcohol, drugs, procrastination, bingeing, restricting, over exercising, or physically acting out are examples. They are typically seen as “avoidance”. . There is no one-size-fits all strategy to managing difficult thoughts and emotions. What works for one person in a particular situation, may not work for someone else. The important point is that we all must learn what will work for each of us INDIVIDUALLY. . This content is directly from my emotional regulation online course! Head on over to tiffanyroe.com if you’re ready to feel, deal, heal and improve your mental health game. ✌🏻🧡✨🛋♥️🧠 #therapythoughts #eatingdisorderrecovery #mentalhealth #anxiety

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happy v day. 😛😛😛 send love to your lovers. your sisters. your brothers. your friends. your everyone you love - so they know ❤️

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