Meditation has long been considered an effective support tool for mood management. But the Web has suffered a dearth as of late when it comes to worthwhile and comprehensive pages that discuss the peace-inducing activity. This blog discusses meditation from a platform that focuses on serenity and improvement. Those who are looking for more information on the topic will definitely be rewarded. Info on meditation's help teems for academic achievement and stress and mood support.
Everyone Needs Therapyhttp://everyoneneedstherapy.blogspot.com/
The Therapy Doc is a clinical social work and social science research PhD and has a general belief that everybody could benefit from therapy. She blogs about everything from current events to technology and relates it all back to mental health and therapy.
The Happiness Projecthttp://www.happiness-project.com/
Gretchen Rubin is familiar to many because of her appearance on The Oprah Show. She's actually an attorney turned author of several books, the first of which was a bit of a parody on self help books. But her last book, The Happiness Project and her blog of the same name speaks to us for our purposes here. It's practical, it's doable for the most part and it's not the usual self help drivel we may be used to. The full title of her book exemplifies her blog: "The Happiness Project: Or Why I Spent a Year Trying to Sing in the Morning, Clean My Closets, Fight Right, Read Aristotle, and Generally Have More Fun."
The Positivity Bloghttp://www.positivityblog.com/
This blogger is all about promoting a positive outlook on life in order to bring positive things into your life, which will in turn lead you to an overall healthy lifestyle. This blogger has published two books on this subject matter, so you know that you are getting advice from an expert!
ADHD Roller Coasterhttp://adhdrollercoaster.org/
Gina Pera's an award winning author who hosts what is quite possibly has one of the best web resources on ADHD. After reading a book on Adult ADHD, she became amazed at the widespread ignorance of this condition. Her blog is a shining light, an advocate for all those dealing with this mental illness.
A Beautiful Revolutionhttp://www.abeautifulrevolution.com/blog/
A Beautiful Revolution is the mindful, brilliant blog of a guy who has truly experienced a beautiful revolution. Once extremely depressed and suicidal, he has used his blog to chronicle his journey toward a changed life.
The Reality of Anxietyhttp://anxiousnomore.blogspot.com/
Anxiety is one of the most common demons faced by those who battle the erratic side of mood management. This blog understands how pervasive this concern has become and fields a seemingly endless barrage of possible remedies that can help. Recent posts address such ideas as support groups, panic attacks, feeling overwhelmed, and just getting through the day. Blogger Aimee comprehends firsthand how awful anxiety can be and doles out advice from her own experience.
All in the Mind Bloghttp://blogs.abc.net.au/allinthemind/
You will find some very interesting articles and posts on this blog concerning psychology, the mind, medicine, and neuroscience. The combination of these make this blog intriguing to students and those interested in the field.
Think Simple Nowhttp://thinksimplenow.com/
The Think Simple site's passionate about spreading happiness. And it appears that they've been pretty successful. Their web page has had press coverage from Glamour Magazine and Yes Magazine, been reviewed in numerous paper publications, has had a book mention, and is even now available as a Kindle subscription.
Seventeen: Body Peace Bloghttp://www.seventeen.com/health/peace/
Many people assume that grown adults, having worked a 9-5 job for years on end, are the primary suffers from stress and mood issues. Seventeen sagely understands that young girls and teens, too, can face challenges to their temperament. Body image issues and the desire to replicate celebrities are particular causes for their dilemmas. This blog, written by a self-possessed Jess, provides numerous postings for young women on the art of loving peacefulness and loving themselves.
This nursing teacher has been in the field for over 40 years, so you can trust that she has lots of wisdom to impart. She's also a creative writer who takes her skill seriously and is now a published author of "Caring Lessons".
Teen Mental Healthhttp://teenmentalhealth.org/index.php/blog/
This blog discusses how parents can make a difference and that kids do have a chance for getting better with appropriate intervention. This is a wide ranging resource for understanding mental health targeting families and teens as well as educators and health professionals.
Art Therapy Without Borders Bloghttp://arttherapywithoutborders.wordpress.com/
This blog is about the promotion of art therapy and who it can do to help people through difficult times. This blog is meant to educate people on what art therapy can do as well as show them how it can help overcome mental health issues.
The purpose of this blog is to advocate against therapists who misuse their power. Good therapy is a therapy directory of therapists worldwide who subscribe to a collaborative approach to therapy and a vision for social change in the field of mental health.
Raise joyful kids and live your happiest life while doing so. Christine Carter's a a sociologist and happiness expert. Her blog offers parenting advice from a science perspective. Her science is solid, her tips easily applicable and practical for the average family.