What to do in a Mental Health Crisis

When you are in a mental health crisis it can be difficult to make sense of anything let alone what you are experiencing. I have come up with some things to do when you are in the middle of a mental health crisis. These things can be helpful coping skills … Continue reading “What to do in a Mental Health Crisis”

The Best Mental Health Apps I Use

Almost everyone has one and they are mostly always by your side. Your phone can be a useful tool in keeping your mental health in check. Here are some apps I use to help with my mental health: Mood Trackers Daylio This is one of the first mood tracker app … Continue reading “The Best Mental Health Apps I Use”

How to Survive College with Mental Illness (Includes My To-Do List)

*I am not affiliated with the links in this post* College can be a difficult time on its own; classes, extracurriculars, jobs, friends, and family. Having a mental illness can make everything just a little bit harder on your life. Here are some ways to survive college with mental illness: … Continue reading “How to Survive College with Mental Illness (Includes My To-Do List)”

My Experience with being in a Mental Hospital

Everything started when I told my mom about my hallucinations on a Saturday night. This lead me to have a severe panic attack. I was hyperventilating and throwing up so my parents took me to a near by behavioral health hospital. At this point I was catatonic and don’t remember … Continue reading “My Experience with being in a Mental Hospital”

Depression- How to deal with lack of motivation and loss of interest

Depression can take a lot out of you. You can lose motivation and even lose interest in things you once loved. Here are some tips to help you feel more motivated and more interested in things: Have a morning routine Save things you enjoy for the morning, this will help … Continue reading “Depression- How to deal with lack of motivation and loss of interest”

My Partial Hospitalization Program Experience

I was in a mood track of PHP. I cross tracked with an anxiety group. I was also a part of the millennial group which was people aged 18 to 26. In order to cross track I had to fill out questionnaires and meet with a counselor from the different … Continue reading “My Partial Hospitalization Program Experience”