27 Ways to Be an Ally for someone with PMDD or other mental health concerns.
If you're doing Mental Health Week 2015 about PMDD then comment below and link your channel/playlist.
If you don't know what Mental Health Week is then check out the video below (and its description).
Would anyone be interested in a Facebook support group for either teens with PMDD or their parents/caregivers? It would be a secret group so you don't have to be "out" about you or your loved one's PMDD to take part -- but that does mean you have to ask us to add you. Comment or private message our Facebook page if you're interested.
Inside Out isn't just gaining attention for being the latest Pixar film, its portrayal of childhood emotions is also being lauded. Read more about the accuracy of the psychology of Inside Out here.
Has anyone seen Inside Out? What did you think of it?
The National Alliance on Mental Health (NAMI) is an organization dedicated to educating people about mental illness and helping people with mental illness and their families. It's a great organization and their site has lots of information and resources. They even mention PMDD a little -- just a little.
And while you're at it, ask them to add more information and resources specific to PMDD
ZestyDoesThings has drawn various mental health conditions as monsters to make them more tangible. PMDD isn't included, but anxiety and depression are.
How do you picture PMDD?
Anxiety In Teens is kind of like Lunar not Loony except for teens with all types of mental illnesses and mental health challenges. They don't have any resources specifically about PMDD, but they have lots about depression, anxiety and self harm. Ask them to cover PMDD here.
Below, you can also watch their founder's TED Talk on her experience with anxiety and why she created the site.