Moodletter provides help for being happier, more capable and confident, even if you are living with depression, bipolar disorder or anxiety.

Who should read Moodletter?

Everyone wants to be happier and more able to cope with things that can get us down or make us stressed. Many of us are living with mental illness, or are close to someone who is.

One in ten American adults suffers from major depression.
About 18 percent have an anxiety disorder.
Almost 3 percent are living with bipolar disorder.

Moodletter provides hope and support for being happier and healthier. Therapists, support group facilitators and other caring professionals will also find useful information on these pages.

Articles on Moodletter.com were written by Deborah Wiig, a journalist and former executive director of a nonprofit mental health education organization that operated in the early 2000s. Topics, such as these, are timeless:

  • How to get better sleep
  • How to relax
  • How to improve our communication
  • How to help someone who is depressed
  • How to change negative thinking

Sources for these articles include nationally recognized experts in the mental health field, faculty members of leading medical universities, government sources and national mental health associations. Moodletter relies on the most credible sources possible.

The content of Moodletter is for informational purposes only. You should consult with your professional health care provider about your diagnosis and treatment.

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