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Struggling with an Invisible Illness

For some reason, society struggles to recognize that mental health is both a biological and PHYSICAL illness. The brain is part of the human body, yes? The brain is an organ, correct? Well if both of those are true, then that definition shows that it is an actual condition, and needs to be cared for as such. Yet the world constantly downplays it as weakness. Or even worse, considers us to be at blame for why we struggle.

Society tells you that you’re supposed to sit down, suck it up, and start feeling better. 

Let’s be clear… this is not good advice.

So that means if you struggle with…

  • Generalized Anxiety
  • Panic Disorder
  • Social Anxiety
  • Agoraphobia
  • Depression
  • Bipolar disorder
  • Schizophrenia
  • Personality disorders
  • Eating Disorders
  • PTSD
  • OCD
  • Supporting loved ones who do

We’re here to provide a welcoming mental health community where every person, with every struggle, has a place to belong. We hope you join us in this movement and find these resources helpful!

Mental Health Resources

Although we say this on the show, it’s important to reiterate that we are not professionals. We are just fellow members of the mental health struggle. However, we are passionate about people finding the help and support they need.

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A monthly subscription meditation and mindfulness app

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Insight Timer

A free meditation and mindfulness app

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A meditation and mindfulness app. Both free and premium versions.

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All inclusive tool that provides guided meditation, a mood and health tracker, and other useful tools like audio lessons and activities.

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A mood and activity tracker that also serves as a journal to record how you’re feeling

Calm Harm

A free app that helps users resist urges of self-harm by providing tasks and tracking progress.

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 SuperBetter is a game focusing on increasing resilience and the ability to remain strong, optimistic, and motivated when presented with challenging obstacles in life.

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The app offers activities and games to improve your life satisfaction and ability to fight negativity. Your emotional well-being is calculated as a happiness score that you can improve upon each week.

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Considered a “mental health companion” app, it is designed to help you walk through difficult times by providing support, asking questions, and tracking your progress.

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Talkspace is a counseling and therapy app that connects users with a convenient, affordable, and confidential way to deal with anxiety, stress, depression, relationship issues, and chronic illness.

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A counseling and therapy platform for individual and couples. They help with a wide variety of topics: anxiety, stress, depression, relationship issues, and chronic illness.

Psychology Today

Online therapy isn’t for everyone. For many of us, the only way we can feel comfortable is if we talk with someone face to face. However, it can be difficult to know where even to look. This is an incredible resource for finding therapists near you.

Needing someone to talk to isn’t something to be ashamed of

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