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Mental Health Resources for Parents

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6 responses to “Mental Health Resources for Parents”

  1. It is such a good thing you are doing, bringing awareness here. I pray the right people will find your words.

    1. Thank you so much, Sasha <3

  2. threeboysandamom

    Very important stuff here. So glad your family member got the right treatment in a timely manner, depression and other forms of mental illness are devastating, and so misunderstood by so many. Thanks for bringing awareness to such an important topic.

  3. Liebster Award | Healthy Family Simple Budget

    […] favourite post you’ve written so far? I have three in no particular order: When to Give up, The Paradox of Mental Health, and You are the Expert. All were cathartic to write, and therefore I feel the most proud of […]

  4. Thank you so much for bringing this in! Mental illness is just that – an illness. One never knows when he/ she could need help. It’s no different than the flue, or a broken bone. So important to remember to provide support, or seek medical help when needed!

    1. I couldn’t agree with you more, Laura! Thank you for your kind words <3

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Hi, I’m Alana. When I’m not nursing cold, stale coffee, I usually can be found with the baby on my hip, barefoot, and racing after my two older kids.

Thanks to a degree in psychology and a free-range childhood backing onto an expansive evergreen forest, positive parenting and play-based learning are my passions.

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