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Best website resources for emotional issues

HealthyMinds.org; DBSAlliance.org; @NIMHgov; Depressioncheck

HealthyMinds.org discusses “nearly every mental-health concern.” This site from the American Psychiatric Association also offers tailored advice for teens, Latinos, and other groups. Be wary of sites ending with “.com,” which is a “tip-off that you’re on a commercial site that may be trying to sell you something.” Sites with .edu, .gov, and .org are better. 

DBSAlliance.org offers support in the form of live online groups. The site was created by the national Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance.

@NIMHgov is the Twitter handle for the government’s National Institute of Mental Health. Get the “latest findings on stress, antidepressants, and more.”

Depressioncheck (iPhone app) provides a test to see if you’re “at risk for depression, anxiety, or other emotional upheavals.” 

Source: Good Housekeeping

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