If you’re reading this blog it’s likely because you’re interested in learning about mental health, or relating to someone who is going through the same things as you. I spend a lot of time reading posts from different mental health blogs, as it’s nice to get a different perspective and to see what other people do to get through the day-to-day with a mental illness.
I’ve listed below 8 mental health blogs that I’d recommend you follow, as well as my favourite posts. Enjoy!
Fiona Likes To Blog
Fiona Likes To Blog – Fiona has guest posted on this blog before and her blog, about depression, anxiety and using technology as a tool for your mental health, is ace! Even better, Fiona has just written a book called Depression In A Digital Age!
My favourite post – Why I Had To Lose My Career To Save My Mental Health
No Light Without Darkness
No Light Without Darkness – Zoe started her blog after counselling and uses it to write about mental health and reach other people like herself, who deal with anxiety and depression.
My favourite post – I’m Not Ashamed Of My Anti-Depressants
That New Girl
That New Girl – Talisa’s blog is dedicated to the uplifting and encouragement of young women, navigating through the ins & ours of life, towards better mental health.
My favourite post – Three Effective Ways The Everyday Girl Improves Her Mental Health
Colourful Hope – Ruth is a fellow UK blogger who talks about anxiety & depression and hopes to spread as much mental health awareness as she can.
My favourite post – Dealing With Social Anxiety Symptoms Growing Up
Rose-Minded – Kay at Rose-Minded says in her bio that “Rose-Minded’s underlying goals are suicide prevention, reducing the stigma around mental illness, and encouraging mental wellness.”
Kay also has a background in mental health care and has been trained as mental health crisis and suicide prevention worker.
My favourite post – 2 Simple Ways To Overcome Travel Anxiety
Shy Mommy Life
Shy Mommy Life – Leanne’s blog is relatively new but I’m already a fan! As a new parent, who has social anxiety, I completely relate to her posts and it makes a change from the heaps of mommy blogs that don’t discuss the hard parts of being a parent with a mental illness.
My favourite post – Parenting With Social Anxiety
BlurryThought – BlurryThought is a mental health blog that tackles lots of different important issues as well as talks about mental health in the media.
The Hippo Chronicles
The Hippo Chronicles – Elli’s blog is about re-learning how to live after a diagnoses of anxiety and depression.
My favourite post – You Have Permission To Change Your Life
If you also blog about mental health and want to join some fellow mental health blogs, come join us in my Pinterest group board.
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