Social media can seem like a toxic place, especially for those who are struggling with their mental health. In aid of Mental Health Awareness week, we have created a list on positive self-help accounts to follow.
Whether you are struggling with depression, anxiety or OCD tendencies, try following a few of the accounts below to bring handy reminders and coping mechanisms into your regular Instagram feed.
Self-help accounts to follow- bring positivity to your feed
Whether you want tips and tricks to help you deal with your mental health conditions, or you simply want to know that you aren’t alone in your struggles, we’ve got accounts to help.
ObsessivleyEverAfter is an Instagram account created by activist and LA based therapist Alegra Kastens. She posts relatable and informative graphics about life with OCD.
Created by artists and mental health advocate Matilda, the CrazyHeadComics offer a little light relief for those facing bipolar and depression. Her cartoons are relatable and designed to make you feel less alone.
Jess Sharp creates reminder graphics to help you get to deal with anxiety. She uses aesthetic pastel colours which will brighten up your feed and help you gather your thoughts.
Anxiety Wellbeing Club is an account created by a cognitive behavioural therapist, who has struggled with agoraphobia throughout their life. They post relatable memes and reminders to help you cope in your day to day life.
If you or someone you know needs to speak to a professional about their mental health, take a look at our list of helplines they can call.