Mental Health Blogs

The top mental health blogs will help you to lead a balanced and healthy life. Learn to work through your issues, get help for addiction, eating disorders, trauma, PTSD, and recovery, and find your everyday happiness.

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Love And Life Tool Box

This blog from longtime Marriage and Family Therapist, Lisa Kift, is a great read for marriage tips and relationship advice. Her experience shines and her professional writing style allows her to share helpful tools, as well as emotional wellness tips, in an actionable way for couples to try at home.

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    The Angry Therapist

    John Kim is a therapist, life coach, and author of  ‘I USED TO BE A MISERABLE F*Ck’. Known for opening up his own life in a direct & humorous way, he has transformed the idea of self-help. You’ll find honest & clear takeaways from his brilliantly told stories.

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      Kim Rosenthal MD

      An author, artist, and psychiatrist, Kim Rosenthal, M.D., pours her passion and kindness into every post on her very insightful blog. She shares helpful information about addiction, recovery, and living with mental illness. And provides hope, guidance, and practical ways to manage them.

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        Blunt Therapy

        Get helpful tips, articles, and advice about mental health & wellness on Blunt Therapy, from a therapist who has suffered themselves. The blog includes categories on substance abuse, depression, anxiety, as well as relationship therapy. There are also resources & quizzes to help you move forward.

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          Jenni Schaefer

          Motivational speaker, blogger & author, Jenni Schaefer has been writing & speaking about trauma, eating disorders, and PTSD since recovering from 20 years of anorexia.  Drawing from the journey of her own recovery, she frequently covers topics like body image, perfectionism, and how to let go.

           

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            Follow the Intuition

            After overcoming her own struggles with disordered eating and over-exercising, Elisa became an eating disorder recovery coach to help others. Her blog & treatment focus on non-judgemental therapy, nutritional rehabilitation, and re-training the brain around eating practices.

             

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              Break Binge Eating

              Senior Research Fellow at Deakin University in Melbourne, Australia, Dr. Jake Linardon wants to break down the stigma surrounding binge eating. His blog offers easy-to-understand information about the psychology behind eating disorders, including 6 proven steps that will stop binge eating.

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                I haven’t Shaved in 6 weeks

                Lyndsey Hall started her recovery blog the night before she entered rehab for disordered eating in 2014. She wanted to give a real account of what rehab was like, and she did! To this day, she continues to write as an Eating Disorder Survivor in an honest & transparent way.

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                  Lavender Luz

                  Lori Holden, author of ‘The Open-hearted Way to Open Adoption’ uses her blog to highlight the in’s & out’s of adoption from all three perspectives of the process. It’s a great place to learn about the experiences of adoptees, birth mothers, and those hoping to adopt.

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                    Recovery 2.0

                    Recovery 2.0 is an online community, set up by Tommy Rosen, who has been in recovery himself for 20 years. With a focus on mindfulness, you’ll find encouraging articles, join live recovery talks & group coaching  7 days a week, as well as live yoga & meditation classes.