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Anonymous: hello. i feel very nauseated and have thrown up three times. i dont know what to do. i just feel so horrible.

Hello, dear human.

Chewing mint gum may help. Why were you throwing up? Were you nervous? Were you sick. If it happens again, talk to a doctor.

insomnianxious: do you have any tips or meditating?

Hello, dear human.

It depends on what you want! Make sure that you’re in a quiet, calm, comfortable environment with few distractions. Make sure your phone is off and your family knows not to bother you.

I would try googling for some meditations. If you’re looking for something religious, or not, google is a great place.

Anonymous: Corgi, I've recently started identifying as gender-fluid and my friend is struggling to remember use my proper name, do you have any advice for her, or anyone else in a similar situation?

Hello, dear human.

Charlie made a master post that you can look at that may help. Just be patient with your friend :)

Anonymous: I've been pulling out my hair since I was 10 years old, and I'm 21 now. I can't stop. I've seen doctors, therapists, etc. My friends know. My family knows. And none of that even fazes me anymore. Do you or any of your followers have any tips or advice for someone with Trich? Is there really a light at the end of the tunnel? Can I ever be pull-free?

Hello, dear human.

We believe in you and believe that you can. Have you tried fidget toys? They may help. They’ve helped many humans in the past.

Does anyone else have some advice?

Anonymous: I have been struggling with depression, anxiety, and ADHD for as long as I can remember. I was recently put on meds for ADHD, which really helps with my focus and concentration. But it didn't help with motivation/the desire to do things I have to do like I thought it would. I am so unhappy being stuck in this rut of stagnancy, and I've tried so many things (self help books, workshops, to do lists, etc) to stay on track, but I just can't or won't do what I have to do (namely: exercise, *cont*

*cont* work, clean, etc) no matter what. I am broke, in debt, overweight, and constantly feel like I just want to crawl out of my skin. Am I scared of failure, so I just won’t try? Am I too much of a perfectionist to put effort into anything because I don’t feel good enough? I don’t know what it is. But I am sick of feeling so lazy and unmotivated! Do you have any tips or ideas on how to remedy this? Have you or anyone you know struggled similarly but managed to get their shit together?

Hello, dear human.

Baby steps! Start small. Start by walking every day andĀ buildĀ up, do a little bit of work each hour, clean up messes that you just made. It takes awhile to build up stamina! Start small, and build up! Push yourself! We believe in you!

Anonymous: Hi Corgi. So I got out of an abusive relationship at the end of April and I thought I was fine but now I'm starting to get really depressed and I'm having a hard time recovering from it. It was mostly emotional and mental, only physical once. My mindset is in a bad place. Can you give me some resources for recovery tips?

Hello, dear human.

If it becomes very bad, you should see a professional. Charlie and Corgi are very proud of you for getting out of that relationship. You are strong and you are worth it. Check out this masterpost about general anxiety that Corgi made.