Doctors, medical professionals, and ordinary people all over the world are embracing blogs as a forum to exchange experiences, foster awareness and understanding, and offer consolation and support.

The Mighty

A community of people with lived experience who share their frank tales is known as The Mighty. In the areas of mental health, chronic illness, uncommon diseases, disability, and other issues, they assist people in connecting with others.

The OCD Stories

After experiencing symptoms for the first time, it takes an average of *17 years for someone to receive OCD therapy. While this is happening, the person’s symptoms frequently worsen and their quality of life declines. All the while being unaware of what is happening. The problem is made worse by society’s misperception of what OCD actually is.

The staff at The OCD Stories grew weary of people lacking access to valuable, trustworthy, and sincere material that illuminates their darkness and gives solutions.

Real Warriors

The Real Warriors Campaign encourages the military community to seek assistance when dealing with issues like depression, anxiety, or posttraumatic stress disorder, as well as a culture of support for psychological health.

A Splintered Mind

A blog run by Doug Cootey that has been online since January 2005.

Lawyers with Depression

The first website of its kind in the country,, was developed by Dan ten years ago to assist law students, attorneys, and judges in coping with and recovering from depression. He also established a weekly lawyer support group for those who suffer from depression in his neighborhood. Since its debut, the website has expanded to assist not only members of the legal community but also anyone who has stress, anxiety, or depression. Medical News Today and have named the website one of the top depression blogs in the nation for the past five years.

The Heart of Healing Trauma

This website’s goal is to assist trauma survivors in implementing practical self-therapy techniques into their daily life.

Anxiety Sisters

The goal of this blog is to establish a community that fosters connection and offers practical assistance.

The American Journal of Psychotherapy

The American Journal of Psychotherapy seeks a wide range of perspectives to engage its readers on the most pressing issues pertaining to psychotherapy in our time. Including but not limited to psychodynamic, interpersonal, cognitive- or dialectical-behavioral, existential, emotion-focused, problem-solving, mentalizing, mindfulness-based, and client-centered techniques, we invite papers addressing significant issues from all psychotherapy disciplines.

OC87  Recovery Diaries

An interactive website featuring stories of mental health, empowerment, and change was developed by and for persons whose recovery journeys resonate with audiences from all walks of life. It is called OC87 Recovery Diaries.
The goal of OC87 Recovery Diaries is to share the inspiring tales of those who have overcome obstacles to living fulfilling lives.


The leading media network for parents and adults with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder since 1998, tens of millions of readers have relied on ADDitude to provide knowledgeable guidance and compassionate support. In addition to being the most reliable source of advice and knowledge on ADHD and conditions including learning difficulties, anxiety, depression, and oppositional defiant disorder, ADDitude also serves as the voice and a champion for the ADHD community.

Journal of Medical Internet Research

The Journal of Medical Internet Research is an open-access, peer-reviewed medical journal that focuses on eHealth and “healthcare in the Internet age.” It was founded in 1999.

Harvard Medicine Magazine

Doctors’ opinions have been printed in the pages of Harvard Medical School’s alumni magazine since 1927. In keeping with that history, Harvard Medicine magazine highlights the contributions made to improving human health by the research and alumni communities at Harvard Medical School.

Harvard Business Review

In 1994, Harvard University established Harvard Business Publishing (HBP), a non-profit division reporting to Harvard Business School. Our goal is to advance management practice in a dynamic environment. Our approach to what we accomplish here and what we think is important are both influenced by this mission.

The three market segments Higher Education, Corporate Learning, and Harvard Business Review Group produce a range of media, including events (Participant-Centered Learning Seminars, Custom Events, Webinars), print and digital (Harvard Business Review, Harvard Business Review Press Books, Harvard Business School Cases, Brief Cases, blogs), and online learning. By extending the scope and effect of its publications, Harvard Business Publishing is able to affect change in the real world.

Clinical Psychology Review

Substantive analyses of subjects relevant to clinical psychology are published in Clinical Psychology Review. The topics covered in the papers range widely, covering topics like psychopathology, psychotherapy, behavior therapy, cognition and cognitive therapies, behavioral medicine, community mental health, evaluation, and child development. Papers should be state-of-the-art and improve clinical psychology’s science or practice.

Healthy Place

The most popular consumer mental health website online is Along with their families and other loved ones, they offer persons with mental health issues reliable information and assistance.

You may get thorough, reliable information on mental health conditions, psychiatric drugs, and other therapies at There are also online psychological exams, personal blogs from people who have experienced things firsthand, and more.

bp hope

Award-winning online community for bp Magazine may be found at It aims to raise awareness of bipolar disorder and provide the bipolar community—people with the disorder, as well as their families, caregivers, and healthcare professionals—hope and empowerment.

The print and digital editions of bp Magazine for bipolar disorder as well as are chock-full of motivational articles and first-person accounts, the newest research, news, and instructional materials for developing a healthy lifestyle, including stress management, exercise, sleep, treatment, relationships, and employment.

Hope to Cope

The online community for the acclaimed mental health publication esperanza is called It works to spread awareness of depression and anxiety as well as to provide persons affected by these disorders, as well as their families, carers, and healthcare professionals, hope and empowerment.


Headspace assists you in forming life-changing habits to support your mental health and discover a healthier, happier you with science-backed meditation and mindfulness techniques.

In just 10 days, Headspace has been shown to reduce stress by 14%. Additionally, it can help you focus better, unwind mentally quickly, and have the finest sleep of your life.

Psychology Today

The greatest online resource for mental health and behavioral science is Psychology Today. It is the first and biggest publishing company that just focuses on human behavior. The websites you’re using right now are the go-to sources for authoritatively written articles about psychology and mental health around the world. Their tagline is “Here to Help.”

better mental health magazine

The only international independent consumer publication solely focused on delivering knowledge for better mental health is Better Mental Health Magazine. They seek to increase awareness of both general and specific mental health problems as well as strategies for improving mental wellbeing and mental health. The mission of Better Mental Health Magazine is to bring open and honest discussion about mental health out of the shadows.

Verywell Health

Awarded-winning website Verywell Health provides current, accurate, and trustworthy health information on the issues in medicine that are most important to you. To research various medical diseases, consult the “Health A-Z” directory. An easily understood description, symptoms, causes, diagnosis, treatment, and more are all included in the information.

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