Get To Know Your Mind
It's ok, to not be ok.

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What is Mental Heath?

Mental health is a concept based on our psychological, emotional, and social well-being in this world. It can change how we think, feel, act, and deal with stressful situations. By understanding mental illnesses and learning how to live with them. We can see that things can get better, no matter how hard it seems to be. We have known this because there are tons of people living with mental illnesses, and they can live great lives, and so can you.

There are many different types of mental illness, as well. There are anxiety disorders, attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), disruptive behaviors, mood disorders (ex. depression), and eating disorders. That's just the tip of the iceberg, while you here were just going to focus on just some of these topics. We are going to focus on anxiety, the subcategory OCD, and social isolation.

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Following is an app. This app provides general information for depression, anxiety disorders, PTSD, peer pressure, OCD, and eating disorders. It also has the national Suicide Prevention Lifeline.

How it works: To activate it press the "triangle" or anywhere on it! When you press your desired button, it will bring you to its page with the topic's information. If you want more information, press the "More information" button found under the text, and it will take you to an outside source! Also, you can click the "return to home" button to learn more about the other topics. On the home page, you can find at the bottom is a button, which is the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline. When you press this button, it will tell you about the Suicide Prevention Lifeline and provide you with the phone number.

This app is a poll that asks, "What type of Mental Health Issue do you have?" The options are depression, anxiety, PTSD, and autism spectrum disorders. This app also shows you the results and provides you with resources! Warning: You will be taken out of this website when clicking the app.

How it works: Again to activate it press the "triangle" or anywhere on it! It will take you to another page with the poll. Once you press your answer, the page will change to show you the results. You can see the answers first if you clicked the purple button at the bottom. Once on the poll page, you can press the "resources" button found in the right bottom corner. This will take you to a page with resources for all the topics discussed and even encourages you! Of course, you must press your desired button before you any information about the topic.

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Anxiety is often described as always being and or feeling anxious all the time, but it isn't a singular concept. For instance, two people could say they both have an anxiety disorder. One could have social anxiety, and the other could have OCD, which are two different sub-groups that the term anxiety disorders contain. To put it simply, there are more than just one form of anxiety.

If you want to learn more about this topic, click here, and we will take you to our page that talks about anxiety.

In this website we made a separate page for OCD. So, if you want to learn more about OCD, click here, and we will take you to our page that talks all about it.

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Social isolation

Social isolation is most commonly described as a lack of social connections with others. The lack of enjoyable social connections a person has can make them feel lonely. This is the basic idea of what social isolation is. Although, people can feel lonely without being socially isolated. Social isolation is a complicated mental illness to understand and identify.

With that said, if you feel like this describes you or someone you care about, click here, and we will take you to our page that talks about social isolation.

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Want to Learn More?

If you want to learn more just go to the Resources page. There you will find some awesome information, and be able to learn more about mental health! If you wish to learn more about mental health, click here, and we will take you to our Resources page.

Before you click out of this page, please just remember,

"You don't always have to be "fine". So if something sad happens. It's ok to feel sad." -Yuki Takeya