Your Mental Health Resource
The goal of this page is to help people understand mental health and mental health awareness in general so that they may help their loved one’s, friends, or family members. We want to also help identify mental health trends and let you know what’s going on in the world of mental health disorders. We would like to help others understand what people with disorders and issues with mental stability are going through. We would like to show people that mental health affects more humans than they probably give it credit for. To give resources, books, and stress relief items to help people understand and get through their own path.
That’s what we’re here for.
To illuminate the dark hallways of these discussions. To shed light on definitions and offer free resources for anyone who visits. If interested, there are even links at the bottom of this page to best-selling books and stress relieving items to help you on your journey and specific books on each blog post. We’ve spent a lot of time on this site and it will only grow. You can contribute your own story here if you would like. Please read the page before submitting. With all of that said, let’s get to the next section!
We’ve done our research and found bestsellers that have helped other people and could help YOU.
You can order if you want, certainly not required as this is a free resource. We’re the mental health plug. That’s what we do. Just want to say it again for the people in the back…These books are just suggestions to help on the pathway. We want to give YOU the option to take your mental health journey as far as you need to so, that’s why books are listed on Amazon. The best and cheapest we could find that have beneficial information in them. All of the mental health books will go deeper than we can on this website. That will give you, the reader, an opportunity to get a book written by a mental health professional, further your understanding, or gift to a friend or family member who may need to understand more about their own mental health issues. We’ve always liked a physical copy of books so you can highlight, take notes, etc. That’s why we have them on this site.
I’m sure you get it. Finally, the last goal is helping to destigmatize and normalize mental health issues so that we can help each other as a human race and understand each other on a compassionate level. We all have something going on.
These are some questions the author of ‘mental health plug’ (Jeremy) came up with when we asked him about what the point of this website was. These are the questions he wanted to help address…
-What is mental health?
-Can we give mental health help on this site?
-Can we further others’ knowledge of mental health past this website?
-What are others’ experiences with mental health disorders?
-Can we make it easier for people to find mental health treatment and professionals?
-Can we give people a space to share their own experiences and feel comfortable?
-What are mental health disorder definitions?
You can see from this, that he has a lot he would like to cover on this website. Jeremy also just started his M.A. in Counseling with an emphasis in Addiction Therapy at UND. It should be known that this does not make him a professional at all! He is a professional in digital marketing but a student in counseling. If you need help now, click here or below on the links that help you find a mental health counselor. Again, please scroll down and find a therapist or counselor in your area today by clicking on the links in blue, below. However, he also wants to be the first to welcome you here. Yes, you!
“Hello and welcome to the ultimate resource for mental health. We’re still building and adding on to the site, but feel free to send a message or check out the resources that we already have available and let us know if it helped you or was beneficial at all. I’ve gone through my fair share of mental health issues and that is one of the reasons that I am building this palace for mental health definitions, resources, discussions, and statistics. Pass this site on to a friend, family member, or whoever you or would like to. Thanks for stopping by. Feel free to hang out for a while. We’re all in this together. Together we can come to a better understanding of each other and reach a high level of compassion for everyone around us. Welcome to the mental health plug’s journey.'” -Jeremy
The Mission of Mental Health Plug
We want to address mental health in a simplistic and understandable way. Not using a bunch of doctor jargon that people would need to look up in order to understand. We are just like you. We are you. We need to help humans who are going through a mental health issue or crisis they deem serious. We want to read about others that have had similar experiences (so they understand it better and don’t feel so alone. Sometimes writing things out or sharing them can help. Not required here, but it may help). We want to create the BEST mental health hub for mental health resources, mental health definitions, statistics, and more. The internet and the world are messy and unorganized places that make this hard to do. Because of that, many humans want to take the money and mislead vulnerable people. This is not just, cool or acceptable. This is all completely free unless you want to buy a book (not required) to help further your own understanding even more. We want to be able to share stories about mental health issues.
These include but are not limited to: trends in mental health, depression, ADHD, anxiety, OCD, PTSD, AI in mental health, and eating disorders. These are some of the most prevalent mental health issues in America today. These mental health issues disable many people in our daily lives that you probably don’t even know about. We need to help others understand what these mental health issues are and how they work. That way, people can work with these people better and not trigger them. It also just makes everyone in the workplace or home, more understanding and able to exist with people that have these types of things going on in their life. We want to educate. Not alienate.
They need to know that we’re here for them and there is a place for them.
We wanted to start with all of this because you, as a reader, should know what our intent is. Our intent is to help and educate. Not push away, make fun of or take money from people. You should also know that we are not paid by any professional in the industry as a whole and simply do the footwork by reading multiple different pages of reviews, asking PhDs questions in interviews and more to accurately assess if they are worth our reader’s time. We put many hours into this and we know you’ll appreciate having that already taken care of. We are human. We are with you. You are not alone. We are all with each other and most are in the same boat. Thanks for being here.
If you are in need of a mental health provider right now, please click on one of the following links to find a therapist or counselor near you.
The best time to do this was yesterday. The second best time to do this is today.
Below are books that we have put hours of research into finding. They’re either recommended by a trained clinician or best-sellers on Amazon with extremely positive reviews. We are not doctors, but these books have helped a lot of people. Please check the rest of our recommended books out by clicking here, or check out our stress-relief items here, to relax you or your loved one on you or their journey do understanding. Everything goes to support the website, writers and future guest lecturers and speakers that we will be updating in the coming weeks, months and years. We’re ecstatic to be able to put all of this together and to help people in the same stroke. Enjoy the learning and understanding. If you feel like you want to share your story for your personal growth or for others to know that they are not alone, click here to send us a message. We do go through why and why you should not share your mental health story so read the short article and then submit a request if you’re still comfortable with sharing. We will speak with you and after a short review process, post your article if it is indeed appropriate for the audience.
All the best to you and yours!
What’s the meaning of life?
That’s a question I’m always asking myself,
And I know that you’ve been asking yourself the same thing.
But what if there is no answer to this question? What if there is no meaning at all?
I think we’d all be pretty surprised by that. But what if there was an answer? What if there was a meaning for everything?
Well, let me tell you something: it would be different for every single person. There is no one meaning of life that fits everyone—there are as many meanings as people who live and die. And even though we may never know what the real answer is, we can still make our own meanings and find happiness in them.