Mental Health @ Home Photo by James Hammond on Unsplash Today is Bell Let’s Talk Day, an anti-stigma mental health awareness campaign sponsored by the Canadian telecom company Bell. Similar … Continue Reading #BellLetsTalk – What if the elephant in the room could speak?
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.
Originally posted on The Psych Talk:
Procrastination is when we put off doing an unpleasant task by completing a more pleasant, less urgent task in its place. Having a habit…
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 … Continue Reading Where did our meds go?
Originally posted on Breanna’s Blog:
Hi everyone. How are all of you today? If I’m honest, I’m not doing all that great right now myself, but hey – all…
Originally posted on Dyane Harwood:
Ulla’s dog Solo ? Ulla. Where do I begin? When I told someone yesterday my friend died by suicide, adding that we never met face-to-face,…
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Mental Health @ Home My Age of Anxiety: Fear, Hope, Dread, and the Search for Peace of Mind is written by Scott Stossel, who lives with generalized anxiety disorder (GAD) as … Continue Reading Book Review: My Age of Anxiety
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Want to win a free book regarding happiness? I do too, so I am reposting this on My Bipolar Mind for others to earn their chance of winning this same … Continue Reading Book giveaway! – Happy Guide
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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!
From When Women Inspire
Reblogged From https://whenwomeninspire.com.
Originally posted on Beneath the Surface:
The fictitious smile The cheerful laughter The pleasant greetings. Are all deceived you see. My calm quiteness, hides all that I compose from my…
This is an amazing post by an amazing author. When Women Inspire How to find hope, even when you are hurting. Image via BK, CC BY-SA 2.0, via Flickr. Life … Continue Reading *Reblogged* How To Find Hope When You Are Hurting
When Women Inspire How does this woman cope with depression? Holistically or with medications? Flickr, CC BY-SA 2.0. Statistics show that almost 80 percent of people will suffer depression at … Continue Reading *REBLOGGED* Beating Depression Without Medication: 3 Holistic Methods You Could Try
When Women Inspire Sleeplessness. What causes it? Image via Flickr. By definition, insomnia is ‘habitual sleeplessness or an inability to sleep.’ The words seem harmless, but the condition definitely isn’t. … Continue Reading *REBLOGGED* Don’t Let Insomnia into Your Life