NAMI Blog

Talking Back to Scary Thoughts

By Robin Arnott | Dec. 06, 2019
"I am not suggesting that managing anxiety is that simple. My mental health will always be a work in progress, but I have found a tool that works for me."

Don’t Invalidate My Depression

By Julianna Vaughan | Dec. 02, 2019
"I repeatedly told the doctor of my struggles that continuously grew worse with each visit, but she blamed everything on my “deficiencies” and told me to come back in a month after buying $150+ worth of vitamins."

Through the Eyes of a Young Caregiver

By Rhonda M. Lee | Nov. 22, 2019
"She was my single loving parent, my trusted source, my caregiver. As time passed, our roles of mother and daughter – caregiver and care receiver – switched. Momma needed me as I learned time and time again."

The Importance of Community and Mental Health

By Stephanie Gilbert | Nov. 18, 2019
Community can be defined in many ways, but when simplified down to its most important element, community is all about connection. Feeling like you belong, and like you're a part of something, can be very beneficial to your mental health. 

5 Ways You Can Support Veterans’ Mental Health

By Ingrid Herrera-Yee | Nov. 13, 2019

Due to the challenging lifestyle inherent to military life, veterans often experience mental health challenges such as PTSD, traumatic brain injury or depression. Here are a few ways you can help give back to them for their service. 

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