m;nd ya mental 



I know you see me smiling and going about my day.

A lot of times I don’t know what to say.

How can I explain to you the crazy things that go through my mind?

So most of the time I’ll just say I’m fine.

What if I tell you I feel like I can’t breathe? 

I know I’m breathing but my mind is telling me I can’t

so I’m literally gasping for air.

What if I tell you my heart is racing? 

I feel like I’m having a heart attack and nothing is happening.

So when you ask how I’m doing. I smile and say I’m fine.

Would you believe me if I told you it feels like I can’t swallow?

Like it really feels like someone is taking their hands 

and wrapping them around my neck.

Nahh I can’t tell you that!!

So when you ask how I’m doing. I smile and say I’m fine.


But I will say when you tell me to suck it up

or just think about something different how insulting that is.

Like if I could think about something different I would.

If I could shut this mind off I totally would.

So when you ask me how I’m doing. I smile and say I’m fine.


Because I don’t need you thinking I’m losing my mind.

But I am losing my mind....

well at least that’s what I feel

while trying to tell my thoughts they not real....



This is why the M;nd Ya Mental Experience is so necessary. Families and friends are unaware of the experience their person is having. This will be a safe place for individuals to be educated and to also find resources in the community. No more shut up and pray. We are praying then calling our therapist.

Stigma we breaking that sh;t

"normalizing mental health"

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