People who don’t face mental wellness issues have a lot of trouble talking about this topic. It is even harder for those who do – and it can be difficult to find information that can lead them towards whatever help and support they need.
Below are a few valuable supporting links to several mental health resources which contain a wealth of helpful information and advice:
Surviving Sexual Assault: What You Need to Know About PTSD and Substance Abuse
Are You An Anxiety Junkie? 7 Strategies to Break the Addiction (with video)
Anxiety & Chronic Pain: A Self-Help Guide for People Who Have Both Anxiety and Chronic Pain
Creating a Home Atmosphere of Solitude to Help Cope with Adult Autism
Depression in Teens: The Warning Signs and How to Help Them Through
The Emotional and Psychological Effects of Cancer
Confronting a Terminal Diagnosis as a Family
These have been kindly supplied by Monica, a friend of TrainSmart Australia, from recoveringworks.org who has herself had personal life experiences in this area – and who can therefore relate to this subject more intimately than most.
And in wanting to be pro-active in contributing to the welfare of others experiencing mental health issues, has kindly offered to share this information with anyone needing such support.