This is a wonderful post about dual diagnoses for the lovely Jodanneabella over at Confessions of a Bipolar Diva. It is very informative and insightful. Please check it out.
This post comes from Mental Health @ Home (https://mentalhealthathome.wordpress.com) and it has some very informative information about the nations mental health medication shortage regarding certain meds. I found this info very useful and it helped let me know that I am not alone in this and that there […]
Hey Guys and Gals, I came across thing amazingly strong young woman’s blog. Her name is Breanna, and I wanted to share her Anxiety Story with you all. I hope you enjoy reading it as much as I did. Don’t forget to show her some love and check […]
Today is World Mental Health Day 2018. Although this post is more for World Suicide Prevention Day (which recently passed), it is still part of mental health. This post comes from the author of Birth of a New Brain, Dyane Harwood. She is a new friend of mine and a “kindred spirit.” Even though this post is originally dated September 7, 2016, her loss is real. I am sure she holds a spot for her dear friend who battled depression like many of us, but unlike you and I, her friend lost her battle against depression.
Please continue reading, and let’s remember the people that we have loved and lost — not just today, but every day.
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Amy is a very inspirational young woman, and I want you to read her story. I am so proud of this girl, she has come so far. She teaches us to never be mad at ourselves! ♥♥
I am reblogging this because Amy has an inspirational message at the end of this post!
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This is an amazing post by an amazing author.
I am reblogging this from a site I found from Barb Knowles. This is a very well-written piece, and I am happy that she allowed me to share it on my site.
I am reblogging this from a blog that I follow. She is the author of the other post I reblogged the other day on addiction. She is a very inspiring young woman, and I encourage everyone to check out her page! https://whenwomeninspire.com/ If you’re looking for an alternative […]
We learn something new every day, they say, and learning to accomplish a mammoth task like overcoming addiction means you will learn more than one thing on your journey. via What Suffering an Addiction Really Teaches Us — When Women Inspire