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The Self Soothe Me Store is a therapist curated shop for the support mental healthcare.

What is Self Soothing?

When you use behaviors and tools to regulate an emotional state, we call it you ability to “self soothe”.

Self Soothing behaviors are learned in childhood, but not everyone got all the tools they needed. Thus, our team of therapists went on the hunt for new tools.

Our hand curated products are therapist tested and approved for emotional regulation, mental healthcare, and stress management.

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We love tools that are both preventative and able to help during an immediate crisis. Therefore, no matter what stage of grief you are in, we have solutions.Our products and blog do not replace coaching or therapeutic interventions. Thus, use our tools to enhance your self care and mental health journey.


We know that not everyone needs the same kind of support. Thus, we hand select a diverse set of products in order accommodate a variety of support needs.


Ask a Therapist Blog

Our “Ask a Therapist” blog and video collection provides information, product reviews, and resources from various experts in the field of mental health treatment. There are a number of videos and blogs that teach a variety of self soothing methods.

01 Jan 2021

Teenagers and Self Esteem

Teenagers and Self Esteem
Despite the brooding and the mood swings a teenagers’ self esteem is more fragile than you think.  There are a great many factors that can undermine a teenager’s ability to build their self confidence. For example, factors ranging from academic issues, poor social interaction and dealing with developing one’s own unique identity while trying to...
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30 Dec 2020

3 Deadly Myths bout bulimia

3 Deadly Myths bout bulimia
Many people thinks that bulimia is just an eating disorder with no health complications. In fact there have been many jokes in the media about bulimics. However all these are untrue. Read on to find out about the three deadly myths of bulimia.
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Ask a Therapist Videos

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