Patients Behavioural disorders / Mental illness
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Posted on 5/16/20 5:54 AM
I hope you're all doing well . if you are looking for new skills check therapistaid.com for worksheets and there are lots of other free online resources. instagram and pinterest also have posts about mental health, mindfulness, and recovery (as well as possibly an understanding community). if you have a kindle (or download the app on your phone) lookup free books mental health on amazon and you will find some good stuff. the app store also has a lot of mental health apps for anxiety, depression, ptsd, bipolar, bpd, gratitude, mood tracking, panic disorder. I like moodtools it has a safety plan in case you are suicidal. want free counseling? check out the app or website 7cups of tea for a personalized treatment plan and access to free counseling 24/7 and also some online therapy (may cost money I've never used it). other apps for community: we are more, unmasked mental health, talklife. I hope these help somewhat, best of luck in your recovery. please comment with your favorite (can be more than one) mental health or coping skill resources
Beginning of the discussion - 5/18/20Do you know any free mental health resources? https://www.carenity.us/forum/behavioural-disorders-mental-illness/living-with-behavioural-disorders-mental-illne/free-mental-health-resources-1913
Posted on 5/18/20 7:28 PM
@Blueboy Hi Blueboy, thank you for starting this discussion. This is a great idea, as often mental health resources can be really expensive.
Hello everyone, I hope you're doing well. Do you know of any free mental health resources? Have you tried any particular activities, worksheets, apps, or anything else? What has worked for you? Feel free to share any and all here!
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Posted on 5/18/20 11:51 PM
Posted on 5/20/20 9:51 PM
Calmharm- an app to provide distraction/coping skills when at a low point
Inwords- an artificial intelligence journal with different skills
Posted on 5/22/20 5:40 AM
for AI journal apps I love *youper*
Posted on 6/23/20 6:06 PM
Hello everyone! For me the best way of coping with mental issues is exercising. You see, when all the stress gathers it causes a tension and when i feel that this tension is about to burst I hit the gym or go for a run, in other words bring myself to the point of exhaustion. I have noticed that when doing so my spirits are lifted and the stress completely gone. When i over exercise I take these supplements from [link removed by Moderator for violation of community standards] to get back in shape faster.