Life Changes To subscribe to this mailing list, you will need to compose a short email. Click on the link above and enter this text into the body of your email message (leave the subject line blank): subscribe solution Your-name
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LifeSIGNSTop Rated Self Injury Guidance & Network Support. Offering a full website of information and ideas, a free monthly Newsletter and the excellent, annually published SI Awareness Booklet. Also Moderated Message Board. http://www.lifesigns.org.uk -
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Mental Earth Community Mental Earth Support Community is the place to be for adults with various mental disorders. Private forums, blogs, picture gallery and live chat are all provided in a safe, secure and nonjudgmental environment. Come on by, we'd love to meet you. http://mentalearth.com -
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Mental Health ForumTop Rated The Mental Health Forum, based in the U.K., aims to be the friendliest place on the web to meet and discuss anything related to mental health. We also welcome discussion and debate of mental health issues and policy. Whether you are experiencing psychological distress, are a friend, partner or relative of someone who is experiencing mental health issues, or if you work in the mental health field - you are most welcome here. http://www.mentalhealthforum.net/ -
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Mind (UK) Mind is the leading mental health charity in England and Wales, working to create a better life for everyone with experience of mental distress.
The MindinfoLine offers thousands of United Kingdom callers confidential help on a range of mental health issues.
The Mind network includes over 200 local Mind associations throughout England and Wales. Our LMAs offer supported housing, crisis helplines, drop-in centres, counselling, befriending, advocacy, employment and training schemes, and other services. http://www.mind.org.uk/ -
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Minds Like Ours (M.I.L.O)Top Rated A mental health support community (abbreviated MILO) for those 1 in 4 living with these kinds of disorders. Of course, even 1 of a million is 1 too many, but at least there is help.
They have forums, helplines, blogs, volunteer and shop in their store. Help others and help yourself! http://mindslikeours.co.uk/ -
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Psyche Help and support those who suffer from depression, anxiety, phobias, etc.-- To subscribe to this mailing list, you will need to compose a short email. Click on the link above and enter this text into the body of your email message (leave the subject line blank): subscribe psyche
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Recovery International Recovery International (RI) is a non-profit mental health organization established by Dr. Abraham A. Low, a Chicago neuropsychiatrist, in 1937. There are over 600 RI weekly groups that offer a self-help method of techniques similar to cognitive/behavioral therapy to help deal with the nervous symptoms of depression, stress, OCD, anger, anxiety, bi-polar disorder, schizophrenia, PTSD, suicidal thoughts, and other emotional problems.
Recovery International was selected as the winner of the 2000 Arnold L. van Amerigen Award in Psychiatric Rehabilitation from the American Psychiatric Association in recognition of contributions to the field of psychiatric rehabilitation. http://www.lowselfhelpsystems.org/index.asp -
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Social phobia To subscribe to this mailing list, you will need to compose a short email. Click on the link above and enter this text into the body of your email message (leave the subject line blank): subscribe soc-phob Your-name
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Stamp Out StigmaTop Rated A community advocacy and educational outreach program dedicated to eradicating the stigma associated with mental illness. Stamp Out Stigma is unique in its anti-stigma approach, by creating a forum in which individuals with mental illness share their personal experiences with the community at large. http://www.stampoutstigma.org/ -
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SupportGroups.comTop Rated SupportGroups.com, is a safe social support network that allows members to join 220 different condition-specific groups, where they can find emotional support from other members who are confronting the same problems as they are. We enable thousands of people to find free support every day at SupportGroups.com. http://supportgroups.com/ -
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Teen-Issues Yahoo Group This support group has been formed to offer an outstretched arm to teenagers who struggle with one or more of the following issues: sexual, physical, verbal or emotional abuse; cutting; bullying; eating disorders; family issues; sexuality; substance abuse; peer pressure; pregnancy; running away; thoughts of suicide and more. You are not alone and we want you to know that. Itís extremely difficult to go through the teenage years and then when you add on any of the abuse it makes it that much worse. In addition you end up growing up faster than your chronological age.
Join us on this list and email with other teenagers who understand your needs and wants. Seek support from others and be there to support them through their difficult times too.
Anyone looking for projects, surveys or is NOT legitimately a teenager is not welcome.
Although the owner of this group is a female adult that survived abuse, we will have a couple of teenage moderators and maybe one or two other women adult moderators. The adult moderators and owner will only be there for emergencies or if someone directs an email to them. It is a support group for teenagers and run by teenagers. http://health.groups.yahoo.com/group/Teen-Issues/?yguid=222866607 -
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The Black Dog The Black Dog is Ireland's interactive self-help site for men coping with mental distress. It is a place to visit, take your time, exchange views and advice, get angry, relax or get information which might be useful.
Although this site is primarily for men, and Irish men in particular, we at the black dog welcome everybody to the site. We hope the web site is useful to women as well as men. Mental distress knows no borders and we welcome you wherever you're from.