Mental Health Blogs

The top mental health blogs address overcoming anxiety, depression, PTSD, stress & bipolar disorder, amongst others. As well as guidance on finding therapists, you’ll find help and self-care methods to work through issues, lead a balanced and healthy life, and find your everyday happiness.

// This list features 10 blogs
Calm Sage +

Calm Sage aims to spread awareness about mental health and eradicate the stigma of mental illness. On their blog, you’ll discover helpful & educational articles about depression, anxiety, stress, and mood swings. As well as techniques to improve calmness, sleep, and foster self-motivation.

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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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      Therese Bouchard +

      Therese Bouchard is a mental health advocate and writer who has been named one of the top 10 influencers in the mental health community. She shares her wisdom & advice on mental wellness and healing, as well as depression, generalized anxiety disorder, self-care, and nutrition.

      Therapy For Black Girls +

      Therapy for Black Girls was founded by Dr. Joy Harden Bradford to encourage the mental wellness of Black women and girls. Addressing relevant mental health issues that affect everyday women, her blog shares wisdom on overcoming challenges, self-love, and embracing the skin you’re in.

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        The Blurt Foundation +

        The Blurt Foundation, as in Blurt It Out, is all about raising awareness & understanding about depression and mental health. Their blog shares insights, expert advice, and the latest research about living with depression & anxiety. They also host Twitter chats to create community & support groups.

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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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            Defying Mental Illness +

            After 18 years in the mental health system, Chuck is proof that total recovery is possible. Along with Zoe, a mental health caregiver, and other guest bloggers, they hope to lift the stigma on mental illness by sharing the wisdom they’ve learned along the way.

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              Beyond Meds +

              As a social worker & a person whose life was severely disrupted by psychiatric drugs, Monica expertly writes about natural self-care methods to heal the body, mind & soul, without medication.  She also touches on social and political issues and the effect they can have on our mental health.

               

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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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                  The Secret Life of A Manic Depressive +

                  The Secret Life of a Manic Depressive was started by Seaneen just after she was hospitalized with bipolar disorder in 2007. Now a successful writer, wife, mom & mental health activist, she shares what life is like with bipolar, as well as support & encouragement for others.

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