Need Support? Here’s a list of known resources and hotlines.
If this is a life threatening emergency, please call 911 immediately. If you are having serious thoughts of harming yourself, or anyone else, please get help immediately. These thoughts are not your inner guidance, they are not God, they are a psychiatric emergency.
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Most of these sites offer hotlines that are confidential and available 24/7 or have online chat options.
Healthcare providers, police officers, firemen, teachers and therapists are all able to connect you to help. If you find yourself in the presence of one of them take the opportunity to reach out for help.
Additionally, most insurance companies have crisis and support hotlines available, usually listed on your insurance card.
Postpartum Mood Disorders and Maternal Mental Health:
Book: This Isn’t What I Expected: Overcoming Postpartum Depression
(This is an excellent resource. It’s like having a therapist in your kindle.)
Documentary: Dark Side of the Full Moon (2015)
Dark Side of the Full Moon
Crisis Text Line 24/7
National Suicide Prevention Lifeline:
Suicide Prevention Lifeline
National Eating Disorders Hotline
Call our toll free, confidential Helpline at 1-800-931-2237
Support for Friends and Families
Support for those struggling with alcoholism
Informational support site about dual diagnosis
Veterans Crisis Line | Hotline, Online Chat & Text
1 (800) 273-8255
The National Domestic Violence Hotline | 24/7 Confidential
1-800-799-7233 | 1-800-787-3224 (TTY)
Support for Transgender People – PFLAG National
Cancer Support Community
Best Mattress Reviews, see sleep guides
Feel compelled to help? See the resources below:
Crisis Text Line: Become a Volunteer
Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault
Take three deep breaths. In through the nose, out through the mouth. Repeat.
Drink some water.
Love and Light to you, dear one. You are not alone. You are a blessing.