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Awareness, accurate information, and support can help change those statistics. That’s where these blogs come in. We’ve gathered the most informative and inspiring blogs from around the web to help those living with anxiety find everything from treatment options and resources, to online communities where you’ll find support.
Focusing on the positive can be an important element in managing anxiety and other mental illnesses, so that’s the goal on this blog. Contributors and guests share uplifting videos, stories, messages, and quotations designed to remind readers about the good in life. It’s a great spot to find a steady supply of feel-good content. After all, sometimes that’s just what we need. Visit the blog.
Anxiety Slayer is run by award-winning podcasters Shann and Ananga. They’re authors, anxiety coaches, and have a podcast. On the blog, they’ve created an online haven designed to help you find peace and tranquility in your life. Do so through a variety of anxiety-releasing exercises and supportive tools. Points covered in each podcast are smartly laid out so you can choose the right content for your needs. Visit the blog.
Verywell Mind: Social Anxiety Disorder (SAD)
Verywell’s comprehensive section on social anxiety disorder covers everything from symptoms and diagnosis, to treatment, therapy, and self-help strategies. A curated selection of articles tackles the topic from a variety of angles, including common myths relating to social anxiety, genetic causes, tips for identifying your type of social anxiety, and much more. Visit the blog.
The Anxiety Network
Thomas A. Richards, PhD, created the Anxiety and Stress Clinic in 1995. The Anxiety Network is its online counterpart. It focuses on panic disorder, generalized anxiety disorder (GAD), and social anxiety disorder. But conditions including post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), selective mutism, and obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) are also included. The website and blog feature a great mix of general information, self-help tips, forums, quizzes, and more. Visit the blog.
Time to Change: Anxiety Disorders
A nonprofit organization seeking to end mental illness discrimination, Time to Change is a valuable resource for anyone living with anxiety. The blog features posts written by people who have personal experience with anxiety. It offers an insightful look into what it’s like, not just for people with this diagnosis, but also for their loved ones. First-person accounts are a powerful reminder that you aren’t alone. Visit the blog.
Anxiety-Schmanxiety by Healthy Place
Tanya J. Peterson, MS, NCC, writes Anxiety-Schmanxiety, the Healthy Place blog for people with anxiety. She’s a counselor who lives with anxiety herself. This makes her posts a great mix of personal and professional, with topics ranging from causes and stigmas to checklists for controlling anxiety and panic attacks. Guest posts offer another perspective on anxiety disorders, making this a blog with a lot of insight. Visit the blog.
Dave Carbonell, PhD, is a psychologist specializing in the treatment of anxiety and phobias. This website and blog serve as a forum for his expertise. Readers can even browse free chapters of his book, “Panic Attacks Workbook,” learn more about exposure therapy, discover self-help strategies, and much more. Visit the blog.
The Worry Games
Living with anxiety for more than 20 years makes AnnaLisa Scott highly relatable and inspiring to those on a similar path. She shares her personal experiences with anxiety and OCD frankly and openly. Posts delve into useful pointers and tips, statistics, and reviews. Visit the blog.
Relief from Anxiety
Following her diagnosis of anxiety and depression, 22-year-old Amy launched her mental health blog. It’s become an informative forum for advice, inspiration, and support. It’s also a place for Amy to share her own struggles and detail how she’s adopted a mindful lifestyle as a way to effectively manage her disorder. Readers will find no shortage of useful content presented in a relatable and inspiring way. Visit the blog.
ACN Latitudes: Anxiety
The Association for Comprehensive Neurotherapy (ACN) is a nonprofit organization focusing on natural treatments for many disorders. ACN Latitudes has become a trusted online source for information. Its anxiety section features articles from a variety of authors, including many neurotherapy experts. They cover topics ranging from supplements to self-care strategies. Note: Some content requires premium membership. Visit the blog.
The Anxiety Guy
A certified cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) and neuro-linguistic programming (NLP) coach, Dennis Simsek is a top-ranked self-help podcaster. On the blog, he shares his knowledge about the causes of anxiety. Dennis lives with chronic anxiety himself, which makes his podcasts both authentic and helpful. Topics include the role of diet, dealing with stress, treatment options, how to speak to a partner with anxiety, and more. Visit the blog.
This UK-based charity organization began in 1970 as a way to help those affected by anxiety disorders. The user-led organization is managed by people living with anxiety and supported by a medical advisory panel. The blog features a broad mix of posts, including those authored by guests. Topics include disorder management strategies, self-help guides, and book reviews. Visit the blog.
A psychotherapist since 1994 and author of four books, Jodi Aman has helped people learn to manage multiple mental illnesses, including anxiety, by showing them how to breakdown guilt and fear, and embrace the good. On her blog, she shares videos and posts to do the same. Topics range from anxiety, depression, and therapy, to spirituality and more. Visit the blog.
Geert’s first panic attack happened when he was around 9. He describes it as an experience so debilitating, he’ll never forget it. His condition escalated. By 2004, he developed full agoraphobia and GAD. That’s when he started making changes to regain control of his life. He found such success that he developed an audio course to help others living with the same conditions. On his site and blog, he shares many of these techniques. Visit the blog.
The Butterfly Mother
Laura created this blog as a place to share her thoughts, feelings, and experiences as a new mother living with postpartum depression and anxiety. It’s become a forum to promote and support mental health, emotional well-being, and self-care. It will especially resonate with parents. Look for a mix of personal posts, mental health tips, and self-help content. Visit the blog.
This space is dedicated to the overthinkers, and it’s filled with thoughtful articles addressing anxiety from many different angles. Posts have included a poem about how anxiety affects the body, how to deal with an anxious boss, and a discussion of automatic negative thoughts. The site also offers a section dedicated to things you can use to manage anxiety, including breathing techniques, meditation, and even hugging. Visit the blog.