My story about Mental health, including depression and anxiety.

Please see my video about mental illness:
This is my first video sharing my experiences with mental illness. I would like people to open up and share their experiences with mental illness, their concerns and problems and the techniques they use to deal with them.

Mental illness can come in many different forms, for me it is depression, anxiety and panic disorders. I encourage anyone who sees this video to share their experiences as well. If there is any idea about videos that deal with specific issues about mental illness, let me know and I will try to address those concerns in future emails. I will explain how I treat the different aspects of mental illness in the hope that it may be useful.

I'm here to talk openly about that. I am not ashamed, nor should anyone who sees it be ashamed. I will not criticize or judge, and you may be surprised to learn about the situations I have gone through and the coping mechanisms that have worked for me.

I have experienced depression, panic disorder, anxiety, generalized anxiety disorder. I have used several antidepressants and medications for anxiety. I have seen many doctors and I am still doing tests to get an accurate diagnosis. I wanted to make this video so you know you're not alone!

I encourage you to share your experiences in the comments section.

If you need a family doctor, you can go to:

If you feel suicidal, please contact:
or call them at 1-877-435-7170 or if you are in the United States:
or call 1-800-273-8255

Remember, you are not alone. Leave me a message if you need to speak but do not want to publish publicly.

Video credits to Illist Billis YouTube channel

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    My story about Mental health, including depression and anxiety.

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    1. I'd like to add that additional help can be found through an app called Wysa.
      It focuses more on the positive and includes an AI to speak to and help organize your thoughts and actions. It's great especially for those who are house bound due to illness or severe social anxiety and have a hard time speaking to an actually person.

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