Dysthymic Disorder Resources, Support and References

Dysthymic Disorder Support Groups

Support from friends or family members is very essential for the safety and recovery of a person with Dysthymic Disorder. There are numerous treatment options—so no one should lose hope—a solution is out there for everyone. Individuals with Dysthymic Disorder can eventually return to a normal life if loved ones keep giving love and support to them. Joining support groups can also benefit individuals with Dysthymic Disorder. Here are some support groups and resources:

Care for your Mind by Families for Depression Awareness

This support group is not only to individuals suffering from chronic forms of depression and those with Dysthymic Disorder but also for their family as well.
Families for Depression Awareness

Dysthymia Treatment Psych Central

This is an online website that provides members the chance to chat and express themselves in a forum. Information about Dysthymic Disorder is also available.
Psych Central

Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance

This is an online website for depressed persons and those suffering from other forms of mood and depressive disorder. Help is provided as well as information about various depressive conditions.

WebMD® Depression Community

A place to share ways to communicate with loved ones, deal with the stigma of depression, and develop coping strategies with other members living with depression.

Dysthymic Disorder References

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Internet Mental Health

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Psychology Today

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Could You Have Dysthymic Disorder?

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