The Real World Homecoming: New Orleans explores a range of important topics and experiences including LGBTQIA+ identity, relationship issues, and racial discrimination.
If you or someone you know are struggling with any of the issues discussed in the show, scroll down for resources and support.
If you or someone you know is struggling to navigate sexual identities, please check out the resources below for support.
Navigating Sexual Identity
Struggling with sexuality or gender identity can be stressful for anyone. Check out this resource from The Trevor Project for support with sexual identity.
Sexuality and Gender Identity
Here are some tips to help you navigate your gender and sexuality from our Mental Health is Health website.
Anxiety and Depression
Many cast members experienced feelings of anxiety and depression during their original seasons filming and after. Check out the resources below if you or someone you know has struggled with anxiety or depression.
Anxiety Release Resource
Meditation is not for everyone and in this podcast the hosts discuss how you can achieve the benefits of meditation without the practice.
Ending a relationship with someone you care about is not easy. Check out this resource on breakup depression and how to navigate those big emotions!
In The Real World Homecoming, cast members discussed the impact that racism had on them throughout filming and after the original series aired. Check out these resources to understand how racism impacts mental health and find ways to take action.
Understanding the psychological impact of racism is not easy to do alone. Thankfully, there’s a resource to help break down it all down.
Meditation on Grief and Injustice
The impact of racism on our minds and bodies is heavy. Use this meditation guide to help navigate those feelings.
Mental Health Care
Everyone should have access to affordable, quality mental health care. Here are a few resources to help you find care.
Need help now?
If you’re struggling and need to talk to someone, you’re not alone. There are lots of free, confidential resources available 24/7.