How To: Help a Loved One Cope With Her Mental Illness

Hello, friends!

As you know, I run both The Selectively Silent Child and my own website, Etched In Tin. Mental health is a cause very close to my heart. Today I posted an article offering tips for helping a loved one cope with her mental illness. You’ll find an excerpt here. Follow the link below to read the article in its entirety.

Your loved one is so lucky to have someone who cares enough to stand by her. Sometimes it can be difficult to know how to be there for her, especially if you have never experienced what she is going through. As someone who has a mental illness and helps others cope with their own, I’ve compiled a list to help you out…

Read this article at Etched In Tin!

Which tip did you find most helpful?

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About etchedintin

| Rebecca | I love sparkles, books and making people feel good about themselves. | Writer @ etched in tin | Media Consultant and Co-facilitator for The Selectively Silent Child |
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