I am Mary, a mental health consumer and blogger.
Having a mental health challenge is far from easy.
I am here to tell you that recovery is possible but it is a journey that never ends. It does not mean you are cured and everything will be great. It does mean you can make a new life that is meaningful and that is worth living.
Recovery can be hard, but I can help. You have access to me and your fellow peers to ask for help and support. If you have a problem with chronic worry this community is for you.
Recovery is not a cure from mental illness. Recovery to me means getting have your life back. Recovery is a journey, not a destination. You can move forward. Remember that you will have both good and bad days, but that is what a recovery journey looks like.
I will tell you what has and hasn’t worked for me, but in the end, it is your journey to recovery, which is personal and unique to you.
I will tell you what has and hasn’t worked for me, but in the end, it is your journey to recovery, which is personal and unique to you. I am not a therapist, but a fellow peer. This group is not meant as a replacement for therapy. If you are suicidal, please call 911 or a suicide prevention hotline. If you have a serious illness, please see a mental health professional.This group is a support group for women who chronically worry.
I am here to tell you that there can be hope and meaning in your life. You can live a life of purpose and fulfillment, even if you have a chronic worrying problem.
Six Reasons You Should Join
1. You feel stuck
2. You need more support
3. You want to begin your recovery journey
4. You want encouragement on your journey
5. You want to learn self-help techniques and skills
The cost is only $33 a month. Starting in this fall
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