self care resources

Loneliness. Sadness. Insecurity. Shame. Fear.

All of these things are okay to feel. You aren’t alone.
You’ve taken a huge step in the ability to identify that something doesn’t feel good for you. You’ve taken another huge step to seek freedom.

How many of us would be able to live happier, healthier, more productive lives if we were able to talk about what we felt inside?

Here are some of the issues that don’t get discussed as much as they should. Here are some ways to get help.

Codependence, Loneliness, Failed Relationships
Co-Dependents Anonymous
Codependency No More
Melody Beattie, author of Codependent No More

Adult Male Survivors of Childhood Sexual Abuse
1in6, a man-to-man support network of survivors
Rape, Incest and Abuse National Network

Gender and Sexuality
Gender Spectrum

Anorexia, Bulimia and EDNOS (Eating disorders not otherwise specified)
National Association for Anorexia and Related Eating Disorders

Suicide Survivors (Bereaved partners, family, & friends)
Alliance of Hope
American Foundation for the Prevention of Suicide
Survivors of Suicide

Suicide Prevention
Suicide Prevention Lifeline

Opioid Addiction
Narcotics Anonymous

Alchohol & Binge Drinking
Alcoholics Anonymous