On the first page, someone says it's a nice idea, but hard to believe that you are not alone, when you most certainly are alone, completely, always have been, always will be, and asking for help is an unaccustomed notion, for someone who never had anyone on their side.
The not-belonging is emphasised, when what hurts is fact, not delusion, (you really are alone, unloved, unwanted by anyone in the world, never supposed to exist at all) and when you are extremely down, but cannot fit into a mental illness box, all neatly labelled, placed onto the conveyor belt, and processed through the mental illness pathways.
On a site for American ex servicemen, I found something saying that their ptsd resonses were not, not, not, a proof of mental illness, that they should on no account permit themselves to have labels slapped on them and get slapped in mental illness boxes, nor given 'treatment' which will make a bad situation far worse.
I also noticed everywhere that pouring buckets of prescription chemicals into half the population has little evidence of benefit, but does have evidence of harm.
There is evidence that affirmations for self help and building self esteem also do more harm than good if they are unbelievable.
( for example, I'm skinny as it happens, but , suppose I was fat? Would it do good to tell myself " every day in every way I'm not fat, " ? Or, to "'challenge the hurtful thought, by remembering the evidence which proves that thought is incorrect" ? Well, .....For the person who might read that, and knows the fact is he breaks the scales at 30 stone, his hurtful thought that he is fat is also fact!! He cannot "challenge" that, can he, so the inappropriate self help advice is just making him feel excluded and hurting him even worse.)
So, what do you do? .