9 Apps That Can Help You Face Mental Health Challenges

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People who struggle with mental health never know when they will have a good day or when they will have a bad day. From panic attacks to manic episodes, mental illnesses can strike hard, even during times when you think you’re handling things well. You could be having a wonderful week where you feel almost fully like yourself, and then you could wake up one morning and not be able to get out of bed. For all the times when you are physically debilitated by your mental illness, when you’re paralyzed by fear, when you’re unable to get off the subway, even though you passed your stop fifteen minutes ago – here are some apps you can download that can help you cope in those rough moments.

  1. Optimism: This app helps you track and manage your health. The app aims to help people with depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, and…

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10 Celebrities Who Embrace Their Mental Health Issues

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By: Ileana Paules-Bronet

One of the most common effects of suffering with mental illnesses or disabilities is feeling alone. Depression and anxiety, two of the most common mental disorders, are great at making people feel isolated. It’s this crazy feeling – you know on a rational level that other people are experiencing the same feelings, but somehow you also know that nobody has ever felt the same way you do. And until recently, a lot of people didn’t talk about mental health problems. Over the past few years, however, people have been more open about their own mental health, which has put it in the public spotlight even more. A lot of celebrities have been speaking out about their struggles, so whenever you’re feeling alone, just remember that you definitely aren’t.

1. Lady Gaga

“I’ve suffered through depression and anxiety my entire life, I still suffer with it every…

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