Social media is a great place to connect, but because it’s rare for people to post their most difficult days, it can also make you feel bad about yourself and your life.
There’s also a site called, “The Mighty.” To me, it’s like getting social media updates on everything related to chronic illness.
If you know of specific social media sites for those struggling with mental illness, leave your suggestion in the comments. Let’s help each other find positive ways to connect.
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(Knotted) – You can’t end things with the narcissist in your life because he or she loves you. But what love means to a narcissist may be different than what it means to you.
The Loneliness of Raising a Kid Who Has a Psychological Disorder
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How to Deal With an Ambivalent Partner
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Successful Anger Management
(Anger Management) – This workbook could help you take control of your anger for good.