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    Lotus Spiral Top Rated
    Created by a Licensed Social Worker living and working in Hong Kong, Lotus Spiral is a shared space for the expression of human challenges. It offers practical "self-work" ideas, regular blog entries and virtual counseling to help readers live a life beyond their internal battles and external influences. - 29-Nov-2015 - Hits: 109 - Rate This | Details
    Marriage Therapy 101 Top Rated
    This is an easy to read, chock full of wisdom guide for couples who are considering or in marriage therapy. I wanted a way for my clients to hear my voice, in a narrative sense between sessions. I am a seasoned marriage therapist with 37 years of clinical and teaching experience. - 6-Aug-2012 - Hits: 149 - Rate This | Details
    Mentally Chill
    A blog by a social worker with schizo-affective/bipolar disorder. They describe their own experiences and use their knowledge of the field to explain how social workers can better help individuals with mental illness. Most of all, they raise awareness of mental illness and aim to eliminate stigma. - 29-Mar-2015 - Hits: 91 - Rate This | Details
    Mindscape Terrangrrl Top Rated
    One person's journey surviving mental illness and recovering from substance abuse. This blog is a creative space to explore surviving mental illness and substance abuse. I have both schizophrenia and bipolar disorder and I'm a recovering addict. - 15-Feb-2014 - Hits: 133 - Rate This | Details
    Mitch Davis Blog
    Blog where author Mitch Davis talks about his struggles with depression and anxiety in order to help others who may be experiencing the same thing. Blog also contains community and motivational content related to the author's volunteer work. - 15-Jun-2015 - Hits: 59 - Rate This | Details
    Paralign Top Rated
    Author and developer Pouria Mojabi was inspired by their own journey out of darkness (depression and many other things) one thought at a time, to create the app Paralign and corresponding blog. The app is designed to allow users to journal their own thoughts and connect with others anonymously who share similar thoughts. - 1-Jun-2015 - Hits: 53 - Rate This | Details
    Pick the Brain
    Positive thinking and taking action are at heart of the Pick the Brain blog collective. Editor-in-Chief Erin Falconer began working on this site in 2008 to share her passion for self-improvement and to reach out to anyone wanting to make positive life changes. Depression and other mental health topics are discussed openly here, along with personal tricks for coping. The blog features contributors from around the world who focus on productivity, motivation, lifelong learning, and psychology topics. Start reading Pick the Brain to get a kickstart for changing your life. Named one of the best depression blogs of 2015 by Healthline. - 29-Nov-2015 - Hits: 40 - Rate This | Details
    Plus Us Too
    Plus Us Too is a new mental health YouTube Channel and blog with the aim to stop stigma and encourage people to seek help if they need it. They are now affiliated with the mental health charity, SANE.

    They air one episode per week, called "Mental Health Monday", along with a monthly episode called "Skype Saturday", airing on the first Saturday of every month, where they talk to a member of the audience so they can share their own experiences with mental health.

    They frequently post on our Facebook page and blog with relevant mental health news, posts and information. - 11-Mar-2015 - Hits: 52 - Rate This | Details
    Reward and Consent
    Blogging for ethical uses of behavior modification with no coercion of anyone, especially autistics and others with disabilities, and for positive reinforcement of people with more power who do the right thing, a constructive version of what B.F. Skinner called "counter-control." - 12-Jan-2013 - Hits: 95 - Rate This | Details
    Stacy's Flutterings Top Rated
    Stacy's Flutterings blog is written by a mother who has a daughter who lives with bipolar disorder. The blog provides personal insight, credible resources and a new page dedicated to mental health advocacy. One of the goals of the blog, at this time, will be to provide insight into the world of mental health advocacy. The hope is that in addition to helping others, going through a similar experience, I will be able to provide them with the tools to advocate for their loved ones. The most recent blog post focuses on suicide prevention, and links are provided to connect families with regarding a bill currently in legislation, the Care for Your Mind website and the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline. I hope Psych Central finds the blog worthy of being listed as a resource. Thank you for the opportunity to submit my blog. It is greatly appreciated, and I look forward to hearing back from you. Sincerely, Stacy King - 28-Apr-2014 - Hits: 131 - Rate This | Details