by Ron Kurtus
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February 24, 2021
My 9-year-old daughter is autistic and she is very sensitive to noises and smells. I have written a guide that may be worth adding to your site. I have tried to make it very comprehensive, it discusses sensory overload and tips on how to manage it.
It can be found at:
I would love to know what you think.
Lisa - USA
Thanks for the resource. I added it to:
Best wishes to your daughter in coping with her autism.
March 12, 2020
Karen here from Autism Parenting Magazine, the leading magazine for parents of autistic children as well as professionals seeking to work with children on the spectrum.
I am just reaching out because of your piece here: https://school-for-champions.com/mentalhealth/resources.htm
Now the reason it caught my eye is that I recently put together an updated post and guide on the best vitamins and supplements for autism which I thought would make a very worthy addition into your piece.
If you'd like to check it out, the link is below:
If it's worth it, I was wondering if you might consider dropping my link into your wonderful piece?
I would be super grateful if you might consider it or do you want to do some collaboration?
Contributor/Writer for Autism Parenting Magazine
Our Address: Autism Parenting Magazine Limited
Kemp House, 160 City Road, London, EC1V 2NX, UNITED KINGDOM.
Karen - United Kingdom
Thanks for the suggested resource. I added a link at:
Best wishes for success in your work.
Person sending me noise
January 14, 2020
A person is putting a noise around me all the time, in my car. In my apt. And especially after I have eaten. The purpose is to put me to sleep or make me unconscious. I need to record these sounds for proof or evidence that this is happening to me. what to do ?
Learline - USA
Do you have any idea who this person is that is sending you these sounds? Why would the person do this?
Also, it is possible that they are internal sounds caused by problems in your inner ear, similar to Tinnitus.
A good place to start is be getting a checkup from your doctor. Also, try to identify the person.
Best wishes in solving this problem.
March 21, 2019
I came across your page here: https://www.school-for-champions.com/mentalhealth/resources.htm while researching mental health resources and wanted to reach out. I'm a team member of The Recovery Village. We strive to have our website be an educational resource by featuring helpful articles, blog posts, and resource pages to increase understanding and awareness of these mental health disorders that can affect so many.
Would you be able to assist us in helping individuals and their loved ones seeking support by sharing our new mental health resource https://www.therecoveryvillage.com/mental-health/ on your site? It includes valuable information on mental health support, co-occurring disorders, and treatment options as well as phone numbers for The Recovery Village, alcohol abuse, drug abuse, and other national hotlines.
With your assistance, we'll be able to raise mental health awareness and provide support to those in need.
Thanks so much!
Nikkita - USA
Thanks for the suggested resource. I added a link on our Mental Health Resources page.
Best wishes for continued success in your work.
March 21, 2018
Hello Mr. Kurtus,
First, let me introduce myself - My name is Mitch, a 1st-year psychology student from Monash University here in Australia. I apologize if I disturb you in any way. I’m just doing an article research about Addiction for our course when I stumble upon your website - https://school-for-champions.com/mentalhealth/resources.htm. Your page was really informative and helpful to me. So, thank you very much!
I saw that you are open to suggestion and I just came across this article too and you might want to incorporate it into your list under Health:
Addiction: Guide to Common Recovery Terms (https://newenglandraw.com/guide-common-recovery-terms/) - The content of this articles will greatly help freshmen to understand addiction-related terms and phrases, common recovery programs and family programs, and treatment-specific terminologies.
Again, thank you very much and hope I was able to help in return for the help that I've got from your website.
Mitchelle - USA
I'm glad the material has been useful to you. I added your suggested link to the Mental Health Resources page.
Best wishes for success in your studies. I am sure you will excel.
March 21, 2018
I hope this finds you well. I’m Justin of detoxrehabs.org, an organization connecting people who are seeking treatment to the resources they need. We have a library of educational articles on addiction, recovery, and detoxification, which can benefit residents both in the US and internationally. You can check it below:
I came across your site while researching established resources and saw you had a very helpful section here: https://school-for-champions.com/health/resources.htm#Addictions. I thought our resource would be a great addition to your page.
Let me know if we can include this in your list of resources.
Thanks in advance!
Justin - USA
Thanks for the resource. I added a link to the site at Mental Health Resources - Addictions
Best wishes for success in your work.
February 20, 2018
My name is Dale, I was doing some research and I came across your website's resource page. I think it is great that you have resources listed to help those in need find quality help.
I had a resource you may find worth adding to your website. If you would like the link to look over just send me an email back! Thanks again :)
dale - USA
Yes, send me your resource link and I'll check it out.
May 15, 2017
I really enjoy your site and all of the mental health resources you offer. I wanted to reach out because I thought my organization would be a great addition. My organization is called Recovery Local, and our website can be found at DetoxLocal.com. We post in-depth engaging content about addiction, drugs, alcohol, recovery, and harm reduction. We also help people find medical detox in their own towns, at no cost. We also do not post paid listings or advertisements. Our mission is simply to offer people a reliable and free resource to learn how to recover from addiction.
Here are some cool pages:
Interactive statistic counter
Interactive "Periodic Table of Drugs".
I hope you find these useful! We would love to offer help to your audience.
Sam - USA
Thanks for the suggested resources. I added links from Mental Health Resources. Best wishes for success in you organization.
April 1, 2017
while browsing through the addication Resource website, I found the resources section to the both helpful and easy to navigate. As an editor for AlcoholAareness.org,
a drug and addiction information resource, l've seen the benefits to spreading awareness about alcohol abuse and i am glad your website connects readers to this information.
The reason I'm contacting you today is to ask if you can add our site as a link.
Sasha - UK
That you for the suggested resource. I added a link at Mental Health Resources - Alcoholism.
Suggested mental health resource
May 12, 2016
I was looking through directories that have information regarding addiction, treatment, and / or substance abuse when I came across your links page. I like that you include descriptions with each link, very thorough.
I'm emailing you because I work for https://detoxtorehab.com as a writer and part of the outreach team. Detox to Rehab is filled with content about individual substances, the effects of their addiction, and the withdrawal symptoms. We also have information with regards to interventions, treatment, therapy, and rehab centers, as well as video blogs interviewing therapists and recovering addicts who wish to share their experiences.
It would be fantastic if you would consider including a link to Detox to Rehab in your resources list for your viewers.
Either way, have a blessed and bright day!
Benjamin - USA
Thanks for the suggested resource. I added a link on Mental Health Resources > Addiction > Recovery.
Best wishes in your activities.
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