Brittney Thompson, MS, LPC, NCC

Child, Adolescent and Adult Therapy

Operating as usual

10/20/2021

Cowboys’ QB Dak Prescott has been writing "Ask 4 Help" on his wrist tape as a reminder to those living with mental illness that their lives matter and they are not alone. Prescott has been open about his own experiences with anxiety and depression in the past.

(📸: @dallascowboys)

10/15/2021

📝 🧠 🖤 Big Facts from @nedratawwab

📝 🧠 🖤 Big Facts from @nedratawwab

Photos from Brittney Thompson, MS, LPC, NCC's post 10/07/2021

🎉 Grateful for the compliment! 🎉

09/28/2021

You may not be responsible for what happened to you, and it may never be “ok”, but you are responsible for yourself now. It may not be just that you now have to struggle to heal, but the work is worth it.

You may not be responsible for what happened to you, and it may never be “ok”, but you are responsible for yourself now. It may not be just that you now have to struggle to heal, but the work is worth it.

09/03/2021

Big facts.

Big facts.

Photos from Positive Parenting: Toddlers and Beyond's post 08/31/2021

Photos from Positive Parenting: Toddlers and Beyond's post

08/23/2021

Sit with this. Through our own actions we can do so much to heal ourselves.

Sit with this. Through our own actions we can do so much to heal ourselves.

Azle residents find comfort in a stranger who's willing to listen 08/19/2021

Azle residents find comfort in a stranger who's willing to listen

This man! 🙌🏽 Well done, Mr. Norman.

Azle residents find comfort in a stranger who's willing to listen Will Norman started listening to others after what he says was the "hardest year of his life."

‎We Can Do Hard Things with Glennon Doyle: OVERWHELM: Is our exhaustion a sign that we’re CareTicking time bombs? on Apple Podcasts 07/20/2021

‎We Can Do Hard Things with Glennon Doyle: OVERWHELM: Is our exhaustion a sign that we’re CareTicking time bombs? on Apple Podcasts

I would love to hear a genuine conversation on this from all my mamas of different backgrounds, generations, faiths & socioeconomic statuses;

Is it possible to become a mom without completely losing yourself? How have you found balance in all of your roles?

{Proceed with honesty and kindness, always.}

‎We Can Do Hard Things with Glennon Doyle: OVERWHELM: Is our exhaustion a sign that we’re CareTicking time bombs? on Apple Podcasts ‎Show We Can Do Hard Things with Glennon Doyle, Ep OVERWHELM: Is our exhaustion a sign that we’re CareTicking time bombs? - Jun 14, 2021

06/25/2021

Truths from @nedratawwab. 🙌🏽 We don’t have the power to have others validate our emotions. We can’t force anyone to see us. We validate ourselves and have the power to decide what boundaries we draw from there.

Truths from @nedratawwab. 🙌🏽 We don’t have the power to have others validate our emotions. We can’t force anyone to see us. We validate ourselves and have the power to decide what boundaries we draw from there.

05/26/2021

👏🏽 🎉

👏🏽 🎉

05/18/2021

🛠🌸

🛠🌸

05/05/2021

📦 💪🏽

📦 💪🏽

05/04/2021

Learn, make amends, forgive yourself, move forward, do better. 🌱

Learn, make amends, forgive yourself, move forward, do better. 🌱

04/13/2021

How kind are you to yourself?

How kind are you to yourself?

03/17/2021

For real, though...

For real, though...

03/16/2021

🧐 Do you know who you are? Do you value and love yourself apart from these things?

🧐 Do you know who you are? Do you value and love yourself apart from these things?

02/27/2021

Don’t let your gratitude invalidate your suffering. 🙌🏽

Don’t let your gratitude invalidate your suffering. 🙌🏽

01/30/2021

📝💊 @anxietysupport.info

📝💊 @anxietysupport.info

01/29/2021

AMEN! 🙌🏾

AMEN! 🙌🏾

01/26/2021

🧠 hacks!

🧠 hacks!

01/14/2021

☮️

01/06/2021

Examine thy self.

12/21/2020

Peace giving truths from @drop_the_stones

12/04/2020

During an attack, asthmatics don’t wonder where the air went. On some level, this is precisely how so many with depression know they are struggling. Don’t gasp for air alone.

11/27/2020

♠️

10/29/2020

YES. Especially these days, yes.

washingtonpost.com 10/27/2020

Pandemic depression is about to collide with seasonal depression. Make a plan, experts say.

☁️

washingtonpost.com Helpful tips include setting up your medication and healthy routines in advance, knowing your triggers and figuring out ways to stay connected.

10/13/2020

#Repost • @camillelbaz
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When someone I follow posted this on #WorldMentalHealthDay, I stopped scrolling. It made me think. More importantly, it made me feel—a lot of things. How many times a day do we make assumptions about people and their lives based on what we see from the outside? How often do we feel like we can be honest about what’s actually on our heart?

I once felt very close to a person who sort of disappeared from my life without explanation. And when I eventually addressed it (which felt very scary—vulnerability is hard!), they pretended not to notice the distance and said, “oh, I guess I should call more but I just feel like I already know what’s going on with you because I’m always watching your IG stories.” It was hurtful, confusing, and particularly bewildering because despite what it looked like online, I was actually going through one of the loneliest, most isolating times of my life.

It hurt when it happened to me but I’m almost positive I’ve been unintentionally guilty of the same thing at different points in my own relationships. (Also: I’m admittedly a very tardy texter-backer! I have 831 unread texts in my phone as I type...🙈)

So, during this period of forced physical isolation, to counteract the natural impulse to feel satiated by a “seeing” someone online, at least once a week I make it a point to do a FaceTime check-in with people I love. To actually SEE their faces. To HEAR their voices. And to ask: how are you—like, REALLY?

I hope this is a reminder to stop scrolling and check in—in real life—with someone you care about. And to make the space to truly LISTEN. Because we never know what the people in our lives are struggling with. Especially during these times. And we certainly won’t know by watching their lives play out online.

Please remember: Knowing someone’s highlight reel is not the same as knowing someone.

Even as 💯real as I try to always keep it on here, the internet was never intended to replace intimacy. Cultivating human connection in the age of the Internet requires us to be intentional about how we show up for each other in REAL LIFE. And the truth is we need each other

09/17/2020

Dallas wisdom. 🙌🏽

09/11/2020

SportsCenter

To be vulnerable is to be courageous and beautifully human. Major respect and gratitude for #4.

Scott Van Pelt on Dak Prescott's transparent comments about his mental health and the humanity of professional athletes:

08/20/2020

Nourish yourself.

08/13/2020

🌱 ☀️

05/30/2020

Timeline Photos

04/24/2020

Brené Brown

I believe all of these things are true. I believe grace and rest are key. Feeling and owning our own s**t instead of working it out on others is key. When we slip up, apologizing to the people we offload on is key.

And, when we hit that wall, sometimes courage looks like scaling it or breaking through it. AND, sometimes courage is building a fort against the wall and taking a nap.

For those of us with kids, I don't think we pretend that the wall doesn't exist.

Rather than sucking it up and pushing through, we name it. We help them understand that invisible wall that they will run into hundreds and hundreds of times in their lives. We model what it takes to recognize it and how tough it can be to choose the right strategy: scaling, reaching out for a lift, and/or resting. Naming, modeling, and not having answers is how we help them feel less alone or scared when they face their own wall.

Hard days are real because this is hard.

Stay awkward, kind and brave enough to rest and feel,
BB

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