Support for Anxiety, Phobias, Depression, Disorders, Abuse, Treatments via Chat and Forum.
Anxiety support caters in a wide area of mental health and anxiety issues, such as: Social Anxiety, Social Phobia, obsessive compulsive disorder, OCD, GAD, PTSD, Avpd, Avoidant Personality Disorder, ADHD, Schizophrenia, Psychotic Behaviour, Psychosis, Bi-Polar and Self-Harm.
There are members who suffer with various Depressions such as; Clinical Depression, Manic Depression, Postpartum Depression, Schizophrenia Depression. Stress Management is also an issue often discussed within this area. As well as discussing medications such as SSRI, MAOI, TCA, Anti-Depressants and Anti-Psychotics for various kinds of Depression and Treatments.
There is also an area for those who are Alcoholic and suffer from Alcoholism and Drug Addiction, offering advice towards treatments. Many members may have been in rehab and are able to seek help. However, often a relapse to recovery may occur and can leave someone feeling vulnerable and in despair. So, having the opportunity, to have a sense of belonging and to be able to chat within a community that provides support for those who have been having difficulties within mental health.
Other forms of abuse and disorders may include eating disorders like Bulimia and Anorexia. Mourning and Grief with the loss of a loved one.
We are aware that people that suffer from Anxiety Disorders have problems mixing in social gatherings and I myself have found that online chat, forums and even Voice Chat can be an excellent way to deal with Anxieties, because you avoid one of the big things many people with Social Anxiety are afraid of: Meeting people.
Also please note that we are not professional doctors or psychologists, we are merely sharing our views on Social Anxiety, our knowledge and what we have learned over the years based on our experience, including methods of treatment. This community is a self-help group in which people can exchange their views, discuss their experiences and obtain support from the only people that really understand Social Anxiety: Those who suffer themselves.