The pain of significant mental and emotional distress – be that from depression and anxiety, or many other conditions – is real and often serious. And when we’re hurting bad enough, it’s understandable we want to find something – anything – to feel better.
Getting whatever immediate support and relief was need is important. In addition to that, there are many other things we can do to move in the direction of longer-term healing – as encouraged in many low-cost offerings and free supports that have very little public awareness. We’ve worked hard to gather below some of the resources that are widely accessible online (or in books) that we’ve found especially helpful in supporting deeper, longer-term healing.
As a reminder: If something you’re already doing has helped you so far, keep it up! The resources below are intended as additional complementary support to help you find even deeper, more lasting healing than you’ve found in your life to this point.
Especially during difficult situations, it’s easy for families to forget the powerful influence they can have – even right in their own homes.
Click here to learn more about how we help families make their homes more of a haven for sustainable healing.
If it’s currently difficult to reach in-person groups and you are looking for additional community support, remember you can join any of our online council meetings happening regularly.
Click here to see that schedule and learn how to join an online meeting.
In all these efforts, our ultimate hope is to help reinforce individual growth, learning and capacity, in people’s own lives and families.
Click here to learn more about online guides to the variety of adjustments you can make to promote more healing in your life – or that of someone you love.