Centre for Emotional Well-BeingTop Rated “Resources for Emotional Well-being” is written by Health Psychologist Talia Mana. It is a collection of articles on a variety of topics from anxiety to professional writing. There is a real pop-psychology flavour to Talia’s blog and Talia has an easy-flowing writing style, suited particularly to casual and consumer readers, however professionals are likely to find inspiration in the scope of topics Talia covers in her blog. In blogging terms, “Resources for Emotional Well-being” is young, its archives stretching back only to July 2006. http://www.emotionalwellbeingblog.com/ -
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Depression Boards - a Lighter BlueTop Rated A friendly and supportive community for the discussion of problems related to mental health issues. Not all forums are public or searchable. Registration is required for full access. Without registration, you can still see that Depression Boards is a good site to visit! http://depressionboards.com -
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MaleDepression.com MaleDepression.com is a guy-friendly site helping men who suffer from depression (overt depression), covert depression, bipolar disorder, seasonal affective disorder, irritable male syndrome, and other mood disorders such as dysthymia and cyclothymia. By extension, we help the families and friends of men with mood disorders, and, ultimately, society as a whole. http://www.maledepression.com/ -
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Draw that Beast Winston Churchill imagined his depression as a "little black dog", which has stuck ever since as the unofficial mascot of depression. But what if depression could be imagined in another form?
I am asking people to submit original artwork (drawings, paintings, montages, photos) of how depression visually looks to them. The idea is to go beyond the descriptive words and try to capture the intangible with imagery. Like glimpses into the human spirit.
I am not-for-profit and am doing this out of curiosity and personal commitment to raising awareness of depression in the community. http://drawthatbeast.blogspot.com/ -
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Everything is Interesting I struggle with depression every day and have my entire life. If it were not for my curious and analytic mind, I don't know if I could survive. I want so much to invite others into conversation, to explore the world of ideas, of art, of nature, and even of politics (and you don't have to agree with me on anything). This is what keeps me going. I think it can help everyone. http://www.juliesayseverythingisinteresting.blogspot.com -
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Forever Invictus My beautiful, twenty-year old son, Andrew, aka as Tigger, a junior in East Asian Studies at NYU, in the pre dawn hours of Nov 3 2009, killed himself by jumping from the 10th floor of Bobst, NYUâ€™s library.
I intend to work in the area of suicide to bring understanding and light to this painful subject. http://ForeverInvictus.com -
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Land of Glory Land of Glory is a peaceful place around the web which spreads positive messages, it shares awareness to those seeking life improvements, in order to move towards a brigther future. Each person has the potential of starting a journey towards true happiness and it's never too late to start. Land of Glory will help you understand and be sure that there will be light and success on your way . http://www.journeytoyourendless.blogspot.com -
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Mood Memos Mood Memos are email-based self-help for mild depression. We are recruiting participants to the Mood Memos study who are experiencing mild symptoms of depression. Participation is free! However, the Mood Memos study is not appropriate for people who have more severe symptoms of depression. http://www.moodmemos.com -
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Poetry reflecting life's journey Personal site of Sue Holt who uses poetry and the written word to help her to deal with demons in her mind. Sue has been diagnosed as having manic depression and uses the power of the pen to express her inner pain. Sue has the ability to write with an honesty others may shrink from whilst leaving the reader with a glimmer of hope, both for her and their own future. http://www.freewebs.com/manicpoet/ -
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