Mental Health Blogs
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The Best Mental Health Blogs We've Found (So Far)
Here’s a look at some of the smaller, personal mental health blogs that are out there. Don’t confuse size with importance. There’s a wealth of knowledge and personal insight to be gained from them.
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AMHA is a campaign with one goal, to end the stigma attached to both Autism and Mental Health by raising awareness by sharing Real Stories, By Real People.
Active Minds Blog Dedicated to eradicating the stigma associated with mental illness, Active Minds members work to promote awareness and understanding of the issues on campuses nationwide. We know that mental health issues face thousands of students every day, and we commit to doing everything we can on campus to bring attention and respect to the cause.
Natasha Tracy runs the blog and works to bring quality, insightful and trusted information on bipolar disorder and related illnesses. She has been living with bipolar since the age of 20 and Bipolar Burble was started, as a place where she shared her experiences with bipolar disorder. The blog also has a directory on Mental Illness and Suicide Prevention Help.
Edited by a licensed therapist, Blunt Therapy is a blog about the things people go to therapy for. They publish articles about mental health, addictions, relationships, and parenting.
The blog is dedicated to those affected by depression. It has several resources on how to combat depression. The website also has directories and helpful directions for depression.
The British CBT & Counselling Service are Doctors of Psychology specializing in CBT for adults, families & children. Follow this blog to get a clear understanding of the origins and development of problems and learn comprehensive techniques to eliminate these and prevent their return.
While still in recovery, this blog serves as part of my treatment. It allows me to process what happened while participating in the movement to raise mental health awareness through writing, advocacy, and volunteer work with NAMI.
Centre for Mental Health is an independent UK mental health charity. It aims to inspire hope, opportunity and a fair chance in life for people of all ages with or at risk of mental ill health.
From The Author: Hi, I’m Mike McBride. I am a survivor of childhood abuse. I am also a survivor of major depression, dissociative fugue and a suicide attempt. This is my place. This is where I share my thoughts, my knowledge, and educational resources about all of these topics, in multiple ways.”
This blog is produced by Bill White, a mental health professional. It contains weekly articles on various mental health issues. It has won several best blog awards.
This blog is about the author’s journey with recovering from trauma, borderline personality disorder and anxiety and living with ADHD.
The blog shares resources and inspiration for better mental health. It shares true life mental health stories of others. It also shares several media, TV and media appearances and online articles of David Susman, the blog owner.
Helping you reach a slightly higher State of Mind by Dr. Alexander Sinu, MD.
Blog authors Chuck and Zoe created Defying Mental Illness to offer their insights on mental and emotional health. Chuck, who suffers from schizophrenia, shares his experience as someone who has been challenged mental illness and had to overcome its difficulties. They hope to help those contending with mental illness on their path to recovery and well-being.
As a psychologist, Elisha blends traditional psychotherapy with a progressive integration of mindfulness theory and practice to help his audience. The blog has lots of articles, free audios and video, and other resources to help with personal development, growth, and/or healing. Several E courses are also offered.
The Good Therapy Blog is the number one blog for licensed therapists and other mental health professionals. GoodTherapy’s therapy-related blog content is a valuable collection of articles and insights provided by GoodTherapy therapist members who use their experience and expertise to educate and inform the public about varied topics of interest.
It provides informative, inspiring and topical stories about mental health and well-being. It uses people’s true story to end the stigma around mental health. It has regular mental health life hacks for positivity and wellness.
Trusted information on psychological disorders and treatments, plus mental health support. Home to Stand Up for Mental Health campaign.
Her Life Adventures covers outdoor adventures, sustainability, & mental health.
This site is a resource for mental health practitioners, for people in therapy, and for people who are interested in more information about mental health issues.
Aspiring to be authentic and unfiltered about life, especially Mental Health; in hopes it’ll help someone else.
The blog is a trusted resource for marriages, relationships and emotional health. It offers online courses at a fee. It also offers consultation with the creator of the blog via e-mail, phone or video.
From the author: “I write about beauty, psychology and personal development! I was working as a makeup artist until I decided to go back to university to study psychology! Now, I’m aiming to inspire and empower women with all my experience and study, so that they can feel beautiful on the inside and outside, to feel like they can be whoever or whatever they want, no matter what anyone else says!”
A unique website helping others overcome the darkest parts of the mind. Come learn about depression, anger, anxiety, etc, and how to conquer your emotions.
Andrea Arceneaux uses her blog as a platform to demystify and humanize mental illness. What she does well is combine the facts of mental illness with the personal stories of those who navigate it. Andrea believes that if the mentally ill stand together and share their stories, they can change the conversation about mental illness and end the stigma in the process.
Keeping you up to date with reliable mental health research, policy & guidance.
Written by a former mental health nurse, Mental Health 360 aims to raise awareness of mental health through personal and professional experiences.
The blog focuses on mental wellness. It has a mini directory of mental health resources, websites and apps. It has a weekly guest blogger feature.
MHM’s vision is to provide trusted mental health support and resources to expats. MHM also aims to de-stigmatize counseling by presenting creative mental health accounts.
MTS’s vision is to create a community that is aware of mental health, to outline the importance of mindfulness, to help recovery and promote growth, and to inspire people to achieve their dreams.
All your questions answered in a blog about depression and anxiety. Anxiety symptoms, anxiety attacks, depression symptoms, dealing with depression.
It provides high-quality and digestible content, coaching around the topics of mental health, self-help and the mind-brain connection from contributors with an educational and practitioner. It offers online and offline counselors licensed within each vicinity. And test such as; Mental Health Wellness Tests, Personality Disorder Tests, Substance Abuse Tests and Relationship Tests.
Blog posts on a wide array of mental health topics. Mindfulpath is a healing space encompassed by a variety of treatment professionals working as one connected team to provide quality mental health care.
From the writer: “I hope that you will be part of my journey as I navigate adult life living with depression and anxiety.”
The main goal of this blog is to educate people who are dealing with someone who has a narcissistic personality. The Narcissist comes in many forms. You could be married to one, have grown up with a narcissistic parent, or maybe you’re experiencing difficulties dealing with a narcissistic boss.
Nest is designed around thoughts that matter for good mental health — empowerment to love yourself, inspiration to be genuine, and bravery to be incredible.
Written by a Registered Nurse in Australia, Nurse Mommy Health Blog is about physical, mental, and emotional health.
Anitha writes to alleviate the stigma related to mental health, among lay people and health professionals alike.
A journey to mental and physical wellness post vertical sleeve gastrectomy.
Rose Hahn is a wellness blog that focuses on maintaining optimal life balance & well-being with an emphasis on developing self-awareness & a more mindful approach to living.
This blog centers around bringing awareness to various topics of mental health by providing tips, guides, and personal experiences. It also provides different methods of self-care.
Smarter and Harder is a personal development hub set on helping you build your ideal life. They offer a variety of information and resources geared toward self-improvement, happiness and mental health, and giving you motivation you need to succeed.
Strength In Chaos is a mental health blog, focusing on helping women overcome their mental health struggles written by Christie Dunn.
Super Sensitive Sandi is a mental health blog dedicated to helping people reduce and manage anxiety through changes in lifestyle and mindset.
Swatowski is a mental-health lifestyle blog by Natalie Swatowski! It’s s journey of managing depression through life, travel, and fashion.
The blog focuses on depression, nutrition and holistic health with diverse article on each topic. Videos on each mental areas are available.
The blog is run by Mandy Kloppers, a mental health practitioner. She offers counselling/ Skype Sessions at a fee. The blog also have a worldwide resources on mental health.
The blog shares mental health stories of different people just to encourage others going through the same challenges. It has several downloadable free resources and research/reports. It also have local community network to tackle mental health at the grassroots.
The blog focuses on depression as a form of mental illness. It explores depression diagnosis as well as treatment. It also has a link to the YouTube page that discusses depression and anxiety extensively.
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