Each fall, I succumb to a bout of depression that I know is Seasonal Affective Disorder. Knowing that, I manage it every year. This year....adding the Pandemic restrictions and the nation’s political turmoil....has been particularly rough. A friend of mine suggested I take a look at your website. I focused on the articles on depression, and particularly on the Covid articles on how to cope. Extremely well written and helpful. I greatly appreciate your efforts.
I have bookmarked this website for easy access and to share with others. As an elderly adult living in this Coronavirus world, I feel isolated. Accessing this website gives me the feeling of talking with a knowledgeable friend. I appreciate the detailed information, concrete examples and positive steps for improvement.
I have been using Helpguide’s meditations during this pandemic. They have made such a difference for me, especially with managing stress. I’m so grateful that they’re offered for free. Thank you so much for all that you do!
Extraordinarily helpful newsletter full of excellent articles and advice about so many different kinds of mental conditions. I have a close friend who suffers from serious anxiety and depression and through HelpGuide I've been able to educate myself about these conditions and find ways to be a better friend. Compassionate listening and daily checking in has served to let her know that she isn't alone in these difficult times. Though her depression has been exacerbated by the physical distancing required to stay Covid=safe during the Coronavirus pandemic, maintaining social closeness has been all the more important. My keeping in touch and knowing what's helpful to say and what's not helpful, are things I've learned from HelpGuide. I particularly appreciated the September 2020 issue. Thank you.
Helpguide.org is accessible to anyone, anywhere. So many of my associates have lost employment due to COVID and as a result, the financial losses have created stresses beyond what many can handle. Here you can find the information to help with remedies and methods for wellness. It is one of the most varied and objectivre factual sites for mental health information. This website requires support mainly to post articles and maintain the site. There is very little other overhead. This non profit provides an unequalled level of effectiveness. Many I know have accessed this site for both information and guidance.
I have used and recommended HelpGuide for many years! It is by far the best Go-To resource for mental wellness support. The articles give so much more than information. They help the reader feel supported and hopeful. These well-researched offerings are easy to read and understand. And, I appreciate that they are completely ad-free! What a gift to anyone who is curious, perhaps concerned about a friend or family member and/or someone who may have lost their way and needs a lift to get across the bridge to where they need to go. THANK YOU HelpGuide!!
HelpGuide.org is an extraordinary website helping those with health, wellness and lifestyle issues to help themselves. We know how useful and meaningful it is because of the feedback we receive from many of our 50 million readers each year telling us heartwarming stories of how they have been helped. Based on research and evidence-based data, article content objectively informs and leads readers to actions resulting in positive outcomes. At the same time, it is extremely easy to navigate. As a professional social work and gerontology specialist, I am proud to be a part of this organization. Backed by a remarkable technology, research and writing staff and supported by a committed board of directors, HelpGuide.org continues to grow, retain its relevance, and remain ad-free through private donations.
Thank you so much for HelpGuide. The articles always resonate with me. They are so clearly written and I love that the articles always have several immediate steps we can take to start making a change today. Since the pandemic, I have forwarded the HelpGuide article on Coronavirus Anxiety to many friends and family members, who were finally able to find acceptance, during this time of such great uncertainty. Please keep up the good work.
Great resource! Has helped me cope with depression and anxiety. After years of suffering, I can finally see light at the end of the tunnel.
As an adult, I was trying to juggle my teaching job, family, volunteer work, and was beginning to follow my dream of writing a novel––and my organization went out the window. The ADD I managed to cope with as a child unraveled into too many strands to manage. I tried Adderall, but it kept me up at night and robbed me of my creativity for writing. Then I discovered HelpGuide. The practical, easy to understand articles on managing ADD/ADHD were life changers.
Thank you for the good work you do! I recommend HelpGuide to everyone I meet who is struggling with psychological issues for themselves or family.
In 2014 I was struggling with panic disorder after years of living with moderate anxiety. While I was receiving therapy, and learning how to practice mindfulness and how to calm my body and experience the panic attacks differently, I still struggled at times. I found HelpGuide and it became my late night savior. I appreciated all the information about mental health that was informative but not too bogged down with in depth psychological details, and not too fluffy with feel-good platitudes.
I’m grateful that I found them in my time of need.
HelpGuide's message is hopeful, motivating, and empowering. The medical model of mental health often focuses on things outside of a person’s control. HelpGuide empowers people to take greater control of their mental health—a message that gives people hope and direction, while making them feel far less helpless.
We cover research discoveries and groundbreaking treatments. We stay on top of the latest breakthroughs in the psychological, social, and medical sciences, both through our own research and via our collaboration with Harvard Health Publications.
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