Articles for Friends & Family

  1. Can I use FMLA for mental health?

  2. What to do when they don’t want help

  3. Will talking about someone’s delusions make them sicker?

  4. My family member refuses to go to the hospital

  5. How to help someone get motivated

  6. My loved one’s behavior is scaring me

  7. Do people with bipolar know they have it?

  8. Is my family dysfunctional?

  9. Someone I care about killed themselves

  10. How can I help a loved one with bipolar?

  11. How can I help a loved one with anxiety?

  12. How can I help a loved one with PTSD?

  13. Someone I care about is harming themselves

  14. Taking care of someone is too stressful!

  15. Someone I love is in jail

  16. How can I find support as a caregiver?

  17. How can I work with my loved one’s mental health care providers?

  18. How can I help a loved one with a mental illness?

  19. How do I know if I’m enabling someone?

  20. I need a break from caregiving!

  21. How can I access a loved one’s mental health care info?

  22. How to help someone make decisions about their mental health

  23. My loved one won’t talk to me about their mental health

  24. I think someone I care about has a mental illness

  25. How can I take care of someone if I also have a mental illness?

  26. Can I use my PTO to take care of a sick family member?

  27. My loved one has started moving strangely

  28. My loved one doesn’t want to take meds

  29. How can I help someone who is self-harming?

  30. My child is being bullied. What can I do?

  31. I don’t want to give up on my loved one with an addiction, but I’m burned out

  32. Someone I love overdosed

  33. Should I kick out my child for using or drinking?

  34. How to cope when a loved one relapses

  35. My kid started smoking weed. How do I talk to them?

  36. I feel like I’m missing out on my kids’ lives because of my addiction

  37. ADAA Online Peer-to-Peer Anxiety and Depression Support Group

  38. Crisis Plan for Your Support System

  39. Just Checking In on friends

  40. Starting a conversation with someone about their mental health

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