If you’re not familiar with it, one of the web’s great resources is a site called Seven Cups of Tea. It allows people to talk to trained “Listeners” about things that are bothering them, confusing them, or that they just need to vent about. It’s completely free. Listeners don’t give advice, nor do they practice mental-health therapy. They just listen and let you talk to someone sympathetic, who won’t judge or try to change you. The chat is through a simple text interface (no voice or video) and both the Listener and the person talking remain completely anonymous. Listeners have profiles that tell you a little bit about themselves and what areas they have experience with personally. (Anxiety, depression, weight, substance abuse.)
If it sounds too good to be true, you can read a review written by a practicing clinical psychologist here: A Psychologist’s Honest Review of Seven Cups of Tea.