5 Things I Learned from Running a Mental Health Website for Families
On the 5th anniversary of rtor.org our Editor-in-Chief, Jay Boll, shares “5 Things I Learned from Running a Mental Health Website for Families: Celebrating www.rtor.org on its 5th Anniversary.” #MentalHealthAwarenessMonth
5 Uplifting New Year's Resolutions for Your Mental Health
In this article, we take a look at the type of mental health challenges families are facing, the importance of mental health in families, and how we can improve our mental health and our overall well-being. #mentalhealth #newyear #resolutions
Hope for the Holidays to Our Loved Ones with Mental Illness
Experiencing depression or disappointment during the holidays isn’t uncommon. The stress of preparations and blatant commercialization of the season, family squabbles and bickering, and loved ones no longer at the table with us can make this time seem like it was made more for strife and sadness than joyous celebration, but it doesn’t have to be that way. Share this video of hope with your loved ones and read our Solstice message from rtor.org Editor in Chief Jay Boll. #HopefortheHolidays
45 Truths People With Bipolar Disorder Wish Others Understood
About 5.7 million adults in the U.S. live with bipolar disorder, but the illness is often misunderstood -- and people living with bipolar disorder often face a stigma. We teamed up with the International Bipolar Foundation ask people to share one thing they wish others understood about living with bipolar disorder. Here is what they had to say. #bipolar
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Blog Friends Carma and Garth on Black n White Sunday - Golden Woofs
Carma is a Service Dog. What is a Service Dog? I invite you to visit Carma’s blog to learn more about Service Dog. Garth is a Therapy dog. What is a Therapy Dog? I invite you to visit Garth’s blog to learn more about Therapy Dog. I am participating in 2 hops: Sunday Service Therapy […]
Types of Mental Disorders
THE ARTICLE IS BELOW AND/OR YOU CAN VIEW THE VIDEO There is an infographic of all the mental disorders at the bottom of this article. You probably have heard of many mental illnesses, but do you kn…
40 Little Life Hacks from ADHD Gurus
Run-of-the-mill organization strategies don't work for adults with ADD. Our ADHD brains — and attention spans — need more creative, clever "organization hacks" to the problems of losing our keys, forgetting our bills, and missing appointments. Here they are.
6 Powerful TED Talks about Mental Health | I'm so glad to see that mental health is getting talked about more and more lately. Especially when it comes to anxiety and depression, something more people suffer from than we talk about. These powerful TED Talks speak the truth about depression and mental health and provide a host of inspiration and tools for moving forward.
Today's society seems to evolve around mental illnesses. People are obsessed with them. People make them sound romantic and glamorous. The internet and fanfics and Tumblr and the rest make it sound like by having a mental illness, you're automatically going to be popular and beautiful, or you'll find a boy/girl who'll want to make it better. That's not true. Mental illness is dark and scary. You don't want to have it just to make you look good.
Mental Health Myths You Really Need to Stop Believing (A Therapist Explains) - Ivory & Pine
Mental health myths can run rampant, and all this does is add to negative stigma, create confusion, and make getting help more difficult. I want to clarify.