Help Out Your Mental Health Today.
If you are dealing with anxiety, depression, stress, fear or any other mental health struggle, you have come to the right place.
Unfortunately, the world is a scary place that is overbearing and will beat us down over and over again. That is where Never Alone comes in. We are here to help show you how to build yourself up and find that confidence and happiness you once knew.
We are not therapists nor doctors. However, everything we create focuses on giving you the confidence to take that step to seek help from the professional services you may find helpful to feel better.
We are with you day in and day out, helping guide you in the right direction from sunup to sundown.
Recent Mental Health Blogs
Here are 3 of our most recent blogs to help you get started. In our blogs, we try to take the content above the standard of creating a list of symptoms. Instead, each blog’s goal is to inform the reader on what a specific feeling may be and give actionable advice to try on their own to ease the unpleasant symptoms.
How To Get A Refund From Calmerry
Getting a refund from Calmerry will depend on each request on a person-to-person basis. That said, there is no specific route to follow on the Calmerry App or online, so I have put together a general step-by-step process on how to get a refund from Calmerry.
How Does Calmerry Billing Work?
Calmerry is a subscription-based service that allows its clients to choose from 3 subscription plans with fees starting from $42 for Messaging Therapy. All of their subscriptions are automatically charged on a monthly model as long as those subscriptions are active. And you can cancel your subscription at any time.
What Insurance Does Calmerry Take?
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What Do You Need Help With?
We have put together a few key areas that address what many people are going through in the entire world. You are not alone searching for help here. Each section dives deeper into finding your path forward.
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The statistics say that around 20% of the world’s population deals with anxiety and the daily symptoms that come with it. We believe that more people than this are feeling these common health effects.
You are not alone in your anxiety.
Do you get anxiety attacks? Feel the overbearing weight of social anxiety? Or recognize many anxiety symptoms throughout your day?
You are not alone if you can relate to these anxious feelings.
A quick tip for dealing with anxiety.
Try this simple 30-second calm down called the 4-4-4-4 rule:
- Take 4 deep breathes.
- Name 4 things you see.
- Name 4 sounds you hear.
- Move 4 parts of your body.
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- Situational anxiety: 10 tips
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More than 264,000,000 people worldwide deal with depression every day. Take a second and contemplate how many people that is. You are not alone.
You are not alone in your depression.
Are you showing signs of depression?
Perhaps grief, PTSD symptoms or seasonal depression (SAD) is affecting you.
The four types of depression.
Did you know there are four main categories of depression? They include:
- Major Depression
- Persistent Depression
- Manic Depression
- Seasonal Depression
To help ease the burden of all of them, here are some steps:
- Be more active
- Eat healthier foods
- Get more sleep
- Create a morning routine
- Dating someone with depression: 15 tips
- I have crippling depression: Why, and 7 ways to treat
- How to naturally fight seasonal depression: 9 tips
It is hard to get an exact number, but a guesstimation is less than 10% of the population sees a therapist to help them deal with their mental health struggles.
The biggest hurdle to therapy.
Knowing what to talk about in therapy has been one of the biggest hurdles we asked why people didn’t seek professional help, this is why we created the Therapy Hub.
We created an article that helps guide you on topics to talk about with your therapist.
Therapy talking tips.
So here are 3 simple topics that will help get the conversation started in your first therapy session.
- Talk about your past
- Talk through thoughts that feel too small to mention
- Tell them the last time you laughed
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Our belief is that daily working out and movement will help combat the stresses of life: anxiety, depression and all other mental health struggles.
The impact of exercise.
Getting active and pushing yourself is not easy when feeling like doing nothing. However, driving through the physical and mental pain, breaking a sweat and looking back at what you just achieved will bring a sense of pride to wash away any negative feelings.
Quick exercise wins.
Here are 3 actions you can do right now, and in 30 minutes, you will have finished your day’s workout!
- Go for a walk outside
- Climb 20 flights of stairs in your work/home building
- Follow a yoga routine on Youtube
Mental Health Toolbox
There are a lot of ways on how to improve your mental health. Your most significant focus should be working with a professional therapist. However, you have 167 hours left in the week. That’s why we created the Mental Health Toolbox.
Learning to play the long-term game.
Every day you have a chance to better yourself. Mental health happiness is a long-term game, and it doesn’t happen overnight. In time you can beat depression, anxiety, or whatever may be affecting you.
Our top mental health tools.
Here are 3 blog posts that highlight great tools to add to your mental health toolbox today.
Never Alone Stories
Check out our mental health guest post submissions. Hearing others opening up about anxiety, depression, racism, abuse, or anything else can be inspirational to a reader.
We Share To Connect Us To Each OTher.
Never Alone came to life because our founder Paul Marlow shared his story of battling PTSD from a tough breakup and then watching his father fight Parkinson’s disease and then die from cancer. Without sharing his story through social media and online, he wouldn’t have found happiness again.
We Are Never Alone.
Take a look at a few of our amazing and inspiring Never Alone Stories.