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Stuff You Should Know

  • Remember that this is not a substitute for therapy. Reading information online can help you further understand your mental health or learn something new that you can use to cope, but it is not a replacement for formal therapy with a licensed clinician.

 

  • Always seek the advice of your physician or licensed mental health provider with any questions you may have regarding any mental health symptoms or medical conditions. Please, please please do not disregard or delay in following professional, psychological, or medical advice given by your providers because of something you have read on this blog.

  • Confidentiality is not ensured with your comments—on this site and other social media sites as well—so I have chosen to disable them. I value your feedback, but I value your privacy more.

  • It is perfectly fine to question or investigate the content on this blog. In fact, I encourage it. Not every post will be applicable to your life or current situation, though I hope it will be. It is perfectly fine to take what you need from here and not pay attention to what doesn’t jive with you.

 

  • I benefit from affiliate income when readers choose to purchase through affiliate links. This means that in some cases, I may earn a small commission—at no extra cost to you, the reader. The only current affiliate program I’m using currently is Bookshop.org. If you feel uncomfortable with this, you can google the resource and order it from your choice of provider.

 

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