Mental Health


Mental Health

This is the pageย for your mental health blog.

Readers – there will be some BRILLIANT

blogs in this section.



  1. Hello, my name is Sailor. I’m a bit of everything but also a bit mental, but in a nice way.

  2. Apparently I’m mental according to a few docs I’ve met so I get to go on this list ๐Ÿ™‚

  3. On The Mirth of Despair, I document various aspects of my mental health and sundry related items:

  4. I write about my mom and her dementia, so she’s mental. I get a bit mental too from all the complex feelings that come out of that – but nevermind that.

    Dotty, I love that pill, it’s so pretty!

  5. New blogs for me to check out! Woo hoo!

    Also, I guess I should list mine too. I write about my battle with Major Depressive Disorder:

  6. I’m Wee Gee and I’m mental. Here is my blog:

  7. Hello, this is such a great idea! I’m definitely mental and here is my blog: My Bipolar Life-

  8. Yep, this is the category for me! I write about my depression/possible bipolar and my daughter’s bipolar.You can find me over at Rainey Daze and Crazy Nights:

  9. add me tothe mental list hehe agoraphobia (fully housebound) and panic disorder

    • songtothesirens

      I feel for you…..while not completely housebound, I go through periods where even the thought of leaving the house will bring on a panic attack. It must be rough to be completely housebound.

  10. I’m Dorothy or Dot but not Dotty as we already have THE Dotty and too much of a good thing can only lead to no good. My blog is about having bipolar disorder and caring for my Dad who had dementia. I try to be creatively sane too but some say that’s not working. Please check it out if you care. ” I Love Being Hypomanic”

  11. I am Magically Mad. Sadness, silliness, art, horrible Swedish pop videos. Find it all at:

    Hugs to fellow mentals โค

  12. I have recently been diagnosed this past winter with Bi-Polar Disorder and Depression,,follow me on my journey on learning to live with my Mental Health problems and starting to live the rest of my life!

  13. I’m mental and on my blog I have Mentally Interesting Monday, which covers a wide spectrum of anything mental. Love to have you come visit!

  14. garry williams blog

    Hi I am Garry and I suffer with high intensity depression

    A personal account of Eating disorders, PTSD and Depression

  16. What a great idea! I will definitely check out some of these blogs; please add mine too!

  17. I would have to say of all places to end up, my blog probably fits best here since there’s no insanity category, LOL! Seriously though, thank you for putting this together, I LOVE exploring other people’s blog(s).

    I have two which are pretty much identical:


    “Any time you’ve got nothing to do and lots of time to do it come on up.” – Mae West

  18. Hello, I blog about living through abuse and recovery. I battle PTSD, phobias, Panic…but i am on the mend! This site is a great idea!

  19. crazybeanrider
    Come visit the giggle house.

  20. Hi, I’m Joshua, struggling through life with Type 2 Bipolar, Hopefully find some interesting blogs to follow


    DID (multiple personality disorder) blog ๐Ÿ™‚

  22. crazybeanrider

    I am new to blogging, I write about bipolar and ADD and whatever else seeps through, thank you this is a great way to find others who identify.

  23. Come by and see for yourself what I write about. ๐Ÿ™‚

  24. I’m a forty one year old mother of two and I blog about the challenges of having a family when you have Bipolar. My URL is

  25. Great pharmaceutical parody with the pill above. Here’s my link:
    I blog to keep track of my life. I have dealt with depression & anxiety most of my life. My wonderful husband has bipolar. It has been a challenging life. My blog sort of chronicles the positive points to show that a functional, productive life is possible with mental illness.
    – Claudia

  26. Oh my the word ‘mental’ applies to the hoarder and the poor family/friends that commit to cleanup for the hoarder….. follow the journey, go back and start from the beginning: cancer, hospice, death, grieving, hoarding cleanup, new elder care, dementia, hoarding, hospice, death, grieving, hoarding cleanup…..our ‘mental’ journey.



  29. I cover a wide variety of topics at The Bipolar Dance, including bipolar disorder, coping skills, dissociation, and borderline personality disorder.

  30. I’m pretty mental too ๐Ÿ™‚ Borderline Personality Disorder – Eating Disorders – Self Harm – Depression – Some of the topics covered ๐Ÿ™‚ ๐Ÿ™‚

  31. Hi there
    I started my blog in July. It is about my struggle with depression, anxiety, panic attacks, suicide, writing my first book and daily life. Hope you enjoy it.
    Kat ๐Ÿ™‚

  32. I hope you don’t mind me adding my blog to this section as well; I wasn’t sure which to put it in because it deals with a few things.

    I have borderline personality disorder and clinical depression, which also leads to severe anxiety and panic attacks. I also have the occasional psychotic episode, which is controlled by medication.

  33. Salutations!

    I started this blog to cope with what bipolar and psychosis meant. It is funny, thoughtful, insightful and creative. I hope you enjoy it!! ๐Ÿ™‚

  34. My blog is about me and my depression and anxiety, hope you like it ๐Ÿ™‚

  35. Hi! I’m 24 and on Effexor… I’m the Effexor Girl

  36. Hello, I blog about my ongoing recovery from PTSD, major depression, and addiction. I intend to spread the truth and hope of recovery to everyone who’s willing to read. We were created to be loved not to suffer..

  37. Hello,

    My name is Dawn Willis (twitter @Quinonostante ) and I’m a bit of a Mental Health Activist, Campaigner, Writer and other stuff……

  38. Hi I’m Agnes, I suffer from an eating disorder (anorexia with periods of bulimia/ binge eating) depression and self harm. I blog about my experiences and hope to connect with similar people.

  39. This is my blog about my daily struggles with borderline personality disorder.

  40. Well, I tend to ramble on about my days. Some days are not so good, but I do try and realize the positive things that are going on in life as well. But it can be hard. Blogging has been a big help – writing blogs and reading the blogs of others.

  41. Hi, I’m Addy. I blog about my life with bipolar, self-harm, social anxiety and how all of this has been affected by a period of homelessness.

    Sometimes happy, sometimes sad, sometimes poignant, sometimes weird, this is my journey with depression (and other catastrophes):

  42. Visit me at to read about my journey of living with Dissociative Identity Disorder.

  43. I’m Crazy Jay and I, too, have paid to be on the list. My blog is about my craziness, my Christianity and my struggle: To figure things out daily.

  44. Random ramblings & various disjointed poetic efforts of a canker’d mind. Unipolar depression & anxiety. My blog is just an occasional “brain dump” as I don’t have anyone to confide in. UK.

  45. I share stories of struggles and victories relating to anxiety, depression, mood disorders, PTSD, among other things. I am intrigued that the word ‘Psych’ comes from the meaning life force or soul, so I relate to all these conditions back to our inner spirit..

  46. Hi, I’m Jezebel. My blog is not on wordpress, I hope that’s okay.

    I write about my experiences with mental illness (mainly Bipolar Disorder and Borderline Personality Disorder, though there are a few other things thrown in for more fun…) as well as the effects of sexual abuse and trauma in my daily life.

  47. I suffer from depression secondary to my bone cancer.
    My blog:

  48. Hi, I’m Michelle ^_^
    at I blog about my [early onset] dysthymia and anxiety (social and general), as well as my life in general, which might include writing, art, relationships, family, university, etc..
    I’m messed up, but in an okay way!

  49. Mental illness is a major theme of my mixed media blog. There is very little writing, however. I’m guessing that it speaks best to people who have been diagnosed with Bipolar Disorder and/or Borderline Personality Disorder. Hopefully, others will enjoy it too.

    Thank you for including me.

  50. I am a local oddball. Read about my adventures here.

  51. Autism isn’t a mental health condition itself per se, but many autistic people have anxiety and/or depression together with autism.

    We are also DID. Multiple personalities.

    We write about autism and autistic self-advocacy


  52. I want the big red button in the sky, does that make me crazy? No, we are the ones who should be telling other people what life and living is all about…because we fight for it every day.

  53. I suffer from social anxiety which often leads to depression but, I’m also learning to cope and explore the thoughts within my own head.

  54. Hello, Im Gypsy, and I blog about life with BPD

  55. Just a person who has PTSD, depression, guilt, you know, the usual suspects.

  56. My life with PCS/ TBI/ and PTSD…. ๐Ÿ˜ฆ

  57. Take a look at my blog. I cover thoughts, reflections, worries and fears. I look at Anorexia, Depression and Anxiety, PLUS soooooo MUCH MORE!!!!!!!!! Always interested in hearing from new bloggers, gaining fresh opinions and of course reading new blogs too ๐Ÿ™‚

  58. Trying to make it through another day, I am blogging my own experiences and hopefully some help to others in the process.

  59. I am looking forward to following many of these blogs. I am a Marriage and Family Therapist in California. My new blog has information about stress and tips on how to “stress less”. I look forward to sharing and learning….

  60. I’m Karen, and I’m a bi-polar. I write about being bi-polar, living in a non bi-polar world

  61. I’m Jane, I’m a recovering anorexic with borderline personality disorder. I blog about my experiences.

  62. The Hurt Healer โ€“ Inspiration for anyone who wants to live their life as the person they were meant to be. Please join me:)

  63. I am a mental health professional who specializes in supporting children and families coping with Autism. I also struggle to manage my own mental health needs while dealing with my own chronic health problems and being a caregiver to my two parents whose health is steadily declining. My blog is my way of processing my experiences to become content with the life I have, instead of grieving for the life I’ve missed out on.

  64. My screen name is songtothesirens, and my blog is about living with and managing Bipolar Disorder. My main purpose is to educate people about the disorder, that we are perfectly normal people, to attempt to reduce the stigma of having a major mental illness, and to provide an outlet for my thoughts and feelings.

    It is called “A Bipolar Journey Through The Rabbit Hole: The journey from madness to a stable madness: one manic depressive’s story”

  65. Hello, I write about chronic major depression, social anxiety and CBASP psychotherapy.

  66. Self-Harm Sanctuary

    Hi, this is my blog -> <- about trying to recover from depression, self-harm, anxiety etc, It is not a triggering blog. No images of self-harm or any graphic explanations of self-harm. I have links to other mental health support;/websites if people require some support

  67. I blog about life with an ASD son, a AS son, and my aged mother!

  68. Hi, I’m Karen. I blog mainly about mental health (I have PTSD and either schizoaffective or psychotic bipolar disorder) and therapy, but also about other nonsense – writing, books, TV, politics, physical health, blah blah.

    Find me over at ๐Ÿ™‚

    Great idea, Dotty!


    I blog to reflect…reflect to let go….let go to live….live to love!

  70. Hi, I’m Glittering Dark. My blog is a new project. I write about being in therapy, trying (and sometimes failing…) to deal with my anxiety and my experiences with mental health issues in the past. Hopefully others will identify with some of what I write.

  71. I live and write with and about mental disorders and would love to have some feedback

  72. Hello! My name is Dawn and my blog is titled Growing up Chaotic – My blog is focused on the obstacles that come with Growing up Chaotic i.e. a childhood immersed in alcoholism, drug addiction as well as mental, emotional and physical abuse. Depression and anxiety are also topics that I cover.

  73. Various thoughts on various subjects. A good portion of it is regarding mental health.

  74. Help me spread the word about personality disorders! I’ve never met a person who has not been personally affected by someone with a PD, whether it is an in-law, sibling, ex-partner, colleague, etc, all of our lives have been negatively influenced in some way. Join me on my quest to educate the world ๐Ÿ™‚ Share my blog far and wide…

  75. Thoughts for and by people who live with and care for a depressed person. Too many people don’t know how hard it is to live this life, and we’re here to offer support and hope. Check us out at

  76. Please add my blog to this list ๐Ÿ™‚ My blog is straight talk from a woman in the process of recovery from love and sex addictions. This is where I write about wrestling life along the road to recovery.

  77. I am a socially anxious, introverted, recent psych grad with a penchant for oddities who is just about to move back in with her parents. This is about maintaining some semblance of mental health while doing that and all the perils that go along with being a 20-something in today’s world. OH, the perils!

  78. My Journey To Sanity: What A Long Strange Trip It’s Been

    A wife and mom’s journey to surviving Bipolar.

  79. Drinking Bipolar-
    My midlife smack-down, Bipolar, midlife mess, addiction and recovery.
    Thank you and feel free to drop in and comments are welcomed.

  80. The galaxy according to a Mental Shep.
    My life with mental health problems, art, and anything that’s on my mind.

  81. My/our blogs are about multiplicity (DID). The first is about our day to day life – with an alphabetical list of other multiples’ blogs at and our second blog is a type of NEWS blog on DID/MPD. We curate work from blogs or from information searched through google on DID/MPD. Little backed up on the second blog, but its at the blog links on this blog are the same as the first blog, but listed as to the most current blogs being written-in first. – Welcome to our world ๐Ÿ™‚


  82. songtothesirens

    Hi, I call myself songtothesirens. It’s my own little play on words. Anyway, according to the powers that be, I have Bipolar type I with psychotic features, PTSD, Generalized Anxiety disorder with/without Agoraphobia, and Adult ADD. I guess that qualifies my blog to be in this section. It is about my life, information for people who are seeking help, hopefully helping non-ill people better understand mental issues and that we are not “crazy”, but above all, I aim to speak out about mental health in attempt to break the silence.

    My blog is:

    A Bipolar Journey Through The Rabbit Hole ~ The journey from madness to a stable madness: one manic depressive’s story

  83. A blog about my thoughts and experiences (of a psychologist who thinks has Asperger’s syndrome):

  84. Okay, I’m in! Much of what I write from the heart is meant to inspire health, which is nothing without internal health; health of the mind, emotions, soul, spirit and the body. We really can’t separate them out, they are all so intricately interwoven. As a bonus, my mental health gets a boost from the creative process of letting out what is inside! Hope you will enjoy and share my little place in the world:

  85. I write about my thoughts and opinions on a lot of topics, however, many of them seem to lean towards mental health issues.

  86. Colouring in helped in my healing from post-traumatic stress, and I have created a free online colouring book to “give back” to the friendly, supportive online community. So please feel very welcome to drop in and print out a picture to colour, or stop in for a cuppa and a chat at the Wildersoul Colouring Book.

  87. My blog is meant for survivors of rape and sexual assault. I’ve got a bit of PTSD. I guess Mental Health is a good category for me:

  88. Howdy Doody all,yeah I blog and yeah I have a lot to say but hopefully all good so come and join me and lets have a giggle

  89. After my son was stillborn, I started psychotherapy and blogging publicly about grief, loss, and mental illness (among other things) at

    Looking forward to reading through the other blogs in this list.


    Mental Health Patient and Blogger. I write a blog about how i deal with Depression and Anxiety and other Mental Health Topics


    I started a blog about my panic disorder and Depression as well as my thoughts on mental illness

  92. Journey into the abyss of sexual assault recovery and PTSD insanity. Its a wild ride!

  93. YOUTH OF A NATION. There are so many road bumps in our life that can trigger mental Illnesses and I would like to touch base on some of these issues. Sometimes you will see posts from my daughter, inspiration from my children, and poems from friends and family. We all chip in a little to help others and ourselves. I have researched everything from mental health disorders to parenting skills and so on. There will be information about parenting, Chronic pain, as well as mental health. In my life it is important for me to include all of these because it is apart of me and who I am today.

  94. Hi , I blog about my life managing a rare chronic pain disorder ( RSD/CRPS) and major depression and anxiety . You can find me at both

  95. My daily journey with anxiety as I learn to overcome and deal with it.

  96. Check out my blog about my struggle with mental health and caffeine addiction

  97. Hello,

    Two years ago, suicide became the leading cause of death by injury in America, surpassing car accidents for the first time, and escalating worldwide. In 2013 my teen daughter who was severely depressed committed suicide, and I happen to be a counselor. As a way to recover from grief, I wrote a book which will be published by Big Table Publishing in Feb. 2015, “Once The Storm Is Over: From Grieving to Healing After The Suicide of My Daughter.”

    I am wondering if you would be interested in a blog interview? I would be happy to send you the pre-publication edition.

    This is a trailer for the new book:

    Below is my contact information, and more about the book.

    Thank you for considering this,
    Nina Bingham

    SPONSOR My New Book!

  98. Hi. Nice to be a part of something with so many wonderfully crazy people. My blog is about living with mental illness all my life. I try to use humor wherever possible as life can be miserable enough without me adding to it.


  99. Hi everyone,

    I write about psychology, human behavior, well-being, mental health, and success. My blog is mostly informational, but you’ll find practical tips on self-development as well, which I hope will inspire you. Please have a look at โ€“ and thank you!

    Best wishes,

  100. is a blog devoted to the story of metal health, recovery and happiness. Please join me at

  101. hi. my name is greg and i’m an alcoholic. i’m also the webmaster of the website for club east in indianapolis, indiana. stop by and say hey sometime.


    a blog about depression and parenthood, from the perspective of a 40-something stay-at-home father of two, struggling with depression, arthritis, and obesity

  103. Great blog you have, as well as so many other’s! I write about a couple topics of interest, but mostly it’s based on mental health. I share my journey living with cipolar disorder, agoraphobia and being an adult child of an alcoholic โค

  104. Hello, I’m a police officer in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada who just started a blog about my challenges with depression. I’d love it if you checked me out!

  105. Hello, Iโ€™m a police officer in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada who just started a blog about my challenges with depression. Iโ€™d love it if you checked me out!

  106. Finally I group of people who can relate to what I’m going through.
    2 months ago I was diagnosed with clinical depression. I’m in my final year of university and i’m really struggling to cope.

    You can read about my story here @_pursuitofhapp

  107. This is. My site on all emotions, rambles , verses, journey through strokes, take care ,

  108. This website is about Bipolar for people who suffer from Bipolar. Pure thinking and feeling about Bipolar. It is not a diary. It is not about how to manage Bipolar. It is not about my own personal story. The posts are thought provoking, deep, humorous and everything in between. It is meant to be a place to just relax and feel safe and encouraged. Please visit.

    You are not alone!

  109. brightonbipolar

    My blog is about my experiences with Bipolar Disorder and other Mental Health issues.

  110. Hi I’m Rachel, please check out my blog about Psychology and mental health ๐Ÿ™‚

  111. Hi,
    Could you add my blog “Bipolar Moments” to your list? The url is


  112. Hello!

    I’ve been a psychiatric nurse for more than 20 years and recently started sharing information about Depression, specifically for women who are suffering from it, through my website,

    Please add me to your impressive list! Thank you!

    Alison Miller, MSN, RN, CNE

  113. I’m Alisa, a college student and shitty millennial with anxiety. Currently on medication. Anxiety is Scary is where I document tips I find helpful for existing with mental illness as well as general observations I’ve made about my condition and surroundings.

    WordPress blog link:


    Wit and wisdom from both sides of the sofaโ€ฆone psychologist’s journey from shrink to breast cancer patient

  115. Hey all, I’m currently struggling with my mental health (BPD, PDNOS, depression, anxiety) and I’m looking to join the mental health conversation & raise awareness!

    And here is my log, ‘This is Mental’:

    Sending hugs all around x

  116. Hi All, I’m John and I created a personal development site called Xequa that offers a kinship to those who are suffering. I aim to disarm the stress of adversity with humor. The purpose of Xequa is to help you make something in your life better- even if it’s just one thing- without judgement, without comparison and without expectation.


  117. Hey everyone.
    I write about anything to do with my experiences, everyday life. Come check me out if you want.

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