Shame isn’t an option

SpoiledRotten Mahogany of SpoilednFr3sh blog posted on Mental Health Awareness. Nothing will be fixed overnight, but with time, it can become much better. To read her blog post and here what she has to say, click here: http://spoilednfr3sh.wordpress.com/2012/08/28/mental-illness-is-nothing-to-be-ashamed-of/

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Frightening Dreams

Learn about something new: Nightmare Disorder. Paisley Mizin offers up some information on the haunting mental illness that terrorizes you in your dreams. To read her full post, click here: http://ohmystarspaisley.wordpress.com/2012/08/21/concerned-blogger-association-mental-health-awareness-2/

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Time for a Plan of Action

Mental Illness and Substance Abuse often go hand and hand. Anabella Marquis of Bellessima blog writes out the steps of recognizing the problem and the plan of action to resolve it. No journey is easy, but you have to start somewhere. To read her post, click here: http://belles.dotdigita.com/slide-view/mental-illness-and-substance-abuse/

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Persistent sad, anxious, or “empty” mood

Ever wonder what the clinical symptoms of Depression were? Paisley Mizin of Oh My Stars! has the list for you. “Persistent sad, anxious, or “empty” mood” is first on the list. To read the full post, click here: http://ohmystarspaisley.wordpress.com/2012/08/21/concerned-blogger-association-mental-health-awareness/

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Cyclothymic Disorder

I had never heard of Cyclothymic Disorder until I met Chiana Oh. Her blog Cheep & ChiChi is the newest member to join the Concerned Bloggers team. Her post for the Mental Health Awareness month is hauntingly realistic. You can read the full post here: http://cheepandchichi.wordpress.com/2012/08/09/cba-mental-health/

Please keep checking back for posts on mental health. We love to have you around.