You may know her from TV show fame, but Mayim is also holds a PhD in neuroscience and has her own experience with mental health issues. Next week, this new show will make it’s debut: Mayim Bialik’s podcast and website … Read More
This is a resource put together specifically by the NHS for people to help deal with the COVID-19 lockdown, but I think quite a few of the articles and informational guides would be helpful for anyone this year. It’s all … Read More
Kevin has put together what he’s calling the “The Best Mental Health Blogs We’ve Found (So Far)” over on the Blunt-Therapy website.
He was kind enough to list this little blog among the 49 blogs that are already listed, and he’s taking suggestions for more.
If 2020 has taught us anything, it’s that we really need more information, education, and support, when it comes to mental health. Maybe consider checking out his list, following these bloggers on social media of through email or RSS subscriptions, and spend some quality time finding better mental health?… Read More
I love this whole article from Terry because this was the one concept that kind of put me over the hump in therapy: “We find our voice and suddenly realize: we get to be whoever we decide we want to … Read More
I saw this, and tweeted about it last night, but also wanted to link it here for posterity:
More suicide prevention hotlines than I’ve ever seen collected in one place.
This also serves as a good reminder of my birthday fundraiser for the AFSP, I’m in the US so that is what I would direct people who want to help me celebrate or say thank you for running this site over the years, but if you aren’t in the US, I totally get wanted to support something local for you as well, so here’s a list of suicide prevention resources all over the world. If you want to support my birthday wish to raise money for suicide prevention but do it in your own country, please do. Then come back and let me know that you did. That will mean as much as anyone donating or sharing my fundraiser.… Read More