Workin' with What I've Gothttp://www.workinwithwhativegot.wordpress.com
Bloggers is a published author, teacher, and exhibiting artist who writes, with humor and poignancy, about her experience with PTSD, depression, and anxiety. She further questions the nature of "normal" vs "healthy."
MS Stole My Brainhttp://www.msstolemybrain.com
I have a rare form of pituitary failure, and was also diagnosed with MS. I have a degree in psychology and this blog is my forum for sharing how I learn to live with these chronic illnesses, and how to help others around me cope as well. Ultimately my goal is to live with these disorders with grace. I have suffered from severe depression and anxiety. I know what it feels like to want to die, and I know I can help.
The Panacea Community - A Healthy Mindhttp://www.thepanaceacommunity.com/mind.html
The Panacea Community is dedicated to helping you improve, enlighten, and transform your life by connecting with and learning from master teachers related to MIND BODY SPIRIT EARTH and ABUNDANCE.
Austin Psychology & Assessment Centerhttp://www.apacenter.com/blog
This blog is written by the psychologists of the Austin Psychology & Assessment Center. Our blog focuses on well-being, tips for being happier, mindfulness techniques, advice about parenting and relationships, as well as many great book recommendations from the psychologists themselves.
I'm a new blogger sharing my life with a mental illness. My name is Victoria and I have suffered with anxiety, panic and agoraphobia since 1993. I have had depression practicably all my life. I am NOT trying to sell you anything. I in fact will never endorse a product that claims to take away any mental illness. My only purpose is to help someone who is trying to work through these illnesses. You are not alone, there are so many people who go through this stuff everyday and because of the stigma many have refused to get help. I am here to share my experiences, educate and offer support. Through this I will decrease the stigma even, if it’s one person at a time. <3
19 years old. Posts about struggling with Borderline Personality Disorder and Bipolar Disorder, and recovering with both. Frequent hospitalizations and going to a residential treatment center. Trying to find where I fit in and what to do with this life.