Helpful Websites

Updated: Jul 12

Hey Brown Girl!

The majority of the information I share in my posts and on social media comes from different websites, I do hope you find them as helpful as I have. These sites give relaxation techniques, self-care tips, discuss types of therapy, medication and much more.



Verywellmind.com

Sutterhealth.org

MayoClinic.com

Psycom.net

Leadingpersonality.wordpress.com

Goodtherapy.org

Psycentral.com

Wellness.healthymindsphilly.org

NAMI.org

Blurtitout.org

Elizz.com

WhatsYourGrief.com

Greif.com


I was recently contacted by a representative from DrugRehab.com on behalf of their sister site, The Recovery Village Columbus at ColumbusRecoveryCenter.com. Thier facility specializes in treating mental disorders, including Dual Diagnosis. To have a dual diagnosis means a person has a mood disorder such as depression or bipolar disorder (also known as manic depression) and a problem with alcohol or drugs. A person who has a dual diagnosis has two separate illnesses, and each illness needs its own treatment plan. Please read the information that is offered, it is informative and enlightening!

https://www.columbusrecoverycenter.com/treatment-programs/co-occurring-disorders/


Here's information from DrugRehab.com about Co occurring disorders:

A person with a co-occurring disorder has been diagnosed with a substance abuse disorder and another mental health disorder. Co-occurring disorders, sometimes called dual disorders, are best treated through integrated treatment that addresses both issues at the same time.

Click HERE for more information!


Here's information from DrugRehab.com about Drug and Alcohol Addiction:

Addiction to drugs and/or alcohol is one of the hardest issues millions of Americans will face in their lifetime. Luckily, there are many treatment options available that will help get you or your family member in a position to transition from a life of addiction to sobriety.

Click HERE for more information!


Here's information from Mesothelioma HUB

Mesothelioma patients may suffer from multiple physical complications as a result of their cancer symptoms and treatment. These physical changes could lead to mental and emotional strain. A serious illness, like cancer, can affect the mental health of the patient and their loved ones.

Click HERE for more information!


Remember Brown Girls, you are NOT alone!


You have the strength it takes to be proactive in your journey toward healing.


To Your Healing,

~ Lady J



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