I have tried three of the apps mentioned in this post and, the one I am going to stick with and see how I go longer term with, will be the Calm Harm app.
It’s all about finding what what works for you.
I am mostly a paper based person, as that’s easier for me. But I have tried apps in the past and found a lot not suitable for me, in different ways. But the Calm Harm on first impressions is good and, although I don’t self-harm, I have been feeling suicidal, as well as having anxiety and depression,
I think this app can help for those too.
Do you use apps?
Do visit this bloggers post and comment there.
When your phone is always in your hand it’s quick and easy to download apps that can help when you’re in a bad place. I downloaded calm harm first. It’s been the best app ever for me. It’s completely personalised and you need a password so nobody else will open it. It’s made for people […]
via Apps I find help my mental health. — Life with the Hazelwoods
This post comes with a trigger warning, as it discusses suicide.
It’s a blog post re-share from Writing My Heart Out.
It’s a post close to my heart, because as you know, my mum attempted suicide back in February.
Also, due to the effects of that hitting me later and now the struggles with my mum since, you will know I talked about being in a very dark place and that dark place was not wanting to live anymore myself.
I still have those feelings, but I am not going to act them out. I am now in tears as I type that.
I am tired, as you know of all this with my mum. I have had it long as I can remember. But the struggles came from my teens, when I was her carer in some way, until this year I said no fucking more, after I took a week off work burnt-out. And so I am now her daughter. Not her carer and due to mum’s current situation as you know, preparations will be put into place by those in charge of her care, that mum is going to have to accept when the time comes to discharge. But until we are at that place, mum unfortunately is that bad, she is not at a place to take charge of her care.
Do read this blog post by clicking on the link below, visiting the original blog post to continue reading and comment there.
Are you at the lowest of your life right now? Does everything seems to falling in front of you? Have you lost faith in yourself? Do you feel like taking your own life & end everything ? If yes, keep reading till the end. Hello everyone! First of all, the reason why am I writing […]
via Before You End Your Life – Suicide Awareness — Writing My Heart Out
As you know, I had an issue with Tygpress.com, like many other WordPress bloggers.
I just discovered from Fandango’s blog that us bloggers may have just done it, as the website was found to be down. See blog link below for more details on this.
I have certainly checked myself to see if Tygpress.com was down and it is. Temporarily. I also discovered they had the decency to apologise, as I seen the following displayed there when I went to their website.
“Tygpress.com is temporarily out of service due to technical issues. will be back soon…
Tygpress.com was created with an intention to create a blog search site , but due to some techical issues, full contents of respective sites were being displayed instead of just excerpts as intended. We thank the complainants for bringing this issue to our notice and We are extremely sorry to the content owners.”
I just went to tygpress.com to see if Carol Anne’s (Therapy Bits) posts we’re still showing up. In her post she asked, “If you can check on tygpress for therapy bits and let me know, I’d appreciate it!” So I did. I typed “tygpress.com” in my browser and this is what came up: Wow! Tygpress.com […]
via We Did It! — Maybe? — This, That, and The Other
I am re-blogging this post, by The Haunted Wordsmith, to spread awareness to other bloggers, after it was brought to my attention today.
Please read her blog post for more about it and if you find you are in the same situation and want to take action, but don’t know how to go about, then you will find that in amongst the comments there.
Apparently, there is a website owned by someone in Mumbai (they have no contact info on their site, but whois has it listed as registered to someone from Mumbai) that is curating blog posts and posting them on their site. I found my entire WIP posted there. That is unacceptable (as is not having contact […]
via Attention Bloggers and Writers — The Haunted Wordsmith
POST UPDATE BY THE HAUNTED WORDSMITH:
The harvesting website mentioned above is not on Go Daddy, after they got in contact.
Please see update post below on where this site is hosted:
A post I came across, in my time of having a blogging break. I thought this post would be a good post to share in times of someone’s grief.
It’s a very well written post, as well as very useful. You may also find the other blog posts helpful to read too, which I have and now following the blog.
You can find this post here, over at “A NEW NORMAL: Living & Loving Your Life After Loss.”
A blog post from Olivia B. Sheperd, that I would like to share, because it is such a positive reminder for us all.
Please visit her blog post here, which will take you to this positive daily reminder post written.
I am re-sharing this blog post which I am so happy Renard has written. There are many things mentioned in this post that is also a bug bear to me, because I find it happens in my blog too.
I have mentioned in the past some of these things on my blog, that I will not allow and I will be raising something again in a chit-chat post later this month. But until then, I share this post, because I could not say it any better than it has already been said in this blog post. Do pop on over and have a read.
Seven telltale signs of a desperate blogger are highlighted.
via 7 Telltale Signs Of A Desperate Blogger — Renard’s World
Clive has started a fitness group called, ‘Mind your steps.’ He is determined to get fitter and he hopes you will join in too and get fit together. It doesn’t matter what fitness level you are at. You can be a complete beginner. The idea of this group is to support one another in being more active, which helps towards better mental health, as well as you being healthy.
Read more at his blog on this and join in.
Hi all. Carrying on from my previous post regarding keeping fit. I’m determined to get myself a bit fitter again, and would love it if some of you would to join me. Even if no one is interested I’ll have to do it alone. I thought I would name this mental health keep fit group […]
via Mental Health Keep Fit Group — Bipolar? It’s not all doom and gloom