A mental health newsletter that walks the talk | Depression Email Newsletter | A Top Mental Health Email Newsletter
By Jordan Brown - Mental Health Newsletter Writer, Poet, Social Worker, and Advocate
The Mental Health Update Mental Health Newsletter provides you with authentic mental health articles that make mental health issues like depression, anxiety, and OCD meaningful AND accessible.
This is different from typical mental health newsletters and articles about mental health challenges.
It's not just an Anxiety Email Newsletter or a Depression Email Newsletter - It's two weekly articles packed with timeless mental health wisdom and inspiration to start your day in a thoughtful, uplifting way.
I was tired of other "mental health care" newsletters blasting out generic lists of links and depression articles.
And I was especially tired of them not focusing on the everyday reality of mental health issues.
So I decided to come up with something I wanted to read.
This health newsletter is like a caring friend that just wants you to feel better.
Mental health awareness articles don't need to be all doom and gloom and filled with jargon.
With The Mental Health Update, you'll get practical mental health information, tips, and new ways to view the world. Especially now, with people reeling from the effects of the COVID 19 pandemic, we need trusted voices telling it like it is.
We discuss topics like anxiety, depression, OCD, the mental health to mental illness spectrum, social and communication skills, and much, much more.
This is what a few subscribers had to say about The Mental Health Update:
"If you haven't yet subscribed to Jordan's mental health newsletter, you absolutely should. It's chock full of good stuff to read and will help make your day better. Not unlike a daily vitamin for your mental health and soul..." - JR
"Encouragement from someone who has “been there” when it comes to mental health struggles. Comes in the form of stories and simple, actionable tips for reframing and working with - and through - your issues. One of the few newsletters that has survived my ruthless inbox decluttering sprees. Highly recommended!" - Kelila
"Jordan's mental health update is a welcomed email in my inbox. It often provides me with a chance to break from the mundane tasks of working in an office and take a moment for myself to hear his thoughtful and well put together thoughts on many aspects of mental health. As someone who works in the psychology field it's often a nice reminder and way of grounding myself to all the great work that's going on and the journey we all must take in supporting mental health. Thank you Jordan!" - Rob
I take my no-spam policy very seriously. I consider it a mental health obligation to not abuse your trust or raise your anxiety.
Newsletter articles sent on Tuesday and Thursday.