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Marcy Sznewajs
11gratitude
Thanksgiving – the time of year where we rejoice with family, friends, and loved ones to celebrate our gratitude. But when struggling with mental health, the holidays can often be a time of burden and overwhelm. The thick shroud of fog that mental illness can impose on an individual can make it hard to see...
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11verterans
Thousands of veterans and their families struggle each year to have conversations about the veteran’s military experiences. Often, family members are afraid to start the conversation for fear of saying the wrong thing, pushing too hard, or triggering traumatic memories. However, while these conversations require care, they do not have to be forbidden. We wanted...
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11stress
Stress is one of those things that never seems to end. Work projects, deadlines at school, medical issues, the list goes on. Add on top of that navigating a pandemic and it’s no wonder we feel stressed so often.  It’s no secret that chronic stress can lead to health issues, which leads to more stress,...
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11ADHD
ADHD is often easy to detect in children. Adults, however, can display subtler symptoms. As a result, many adults struggle with ADHD and may not realize that they have it. Many of their problems, including staying organized and being on time, can be attributed to ADHD. October is ADHD Awareness Month. Here are ten potential...
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11bullying
Adolescents struggling to find a social place can hurt each other when they are insecure. As social cruelty behaviors become the norm, they can become more serious later in life. While this is not an attempt to suggest that all students in middle school will participate in, receive, or even witness bullying from peers, there...
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11depression month
Recent studies have shown that between 2009 and 2017, there were huge increases in mental health issues such as depression, anxiety, and mood disorders in adolescents and young adults (Twenge et al., 2019). Major depression in those between the ages of 12-25 increased from 8 percent to over 13 percent in that time frame. Mental...
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11media suicide prevention
There is nothing more devastating than suicide, but it can also fascinate some people. Each September, we recognize Suicide Awareness Month. Following the suicide of a celebrity or well-known person, there is typically a lot of media coverage, speculation, and gossip. Although it is understandable that suicide can be a topic that captures our attention,...
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11suicide prevention
Suicide is hard to talk about. The subject is uncomfortable. This is in part due to stigmas, general discomfort, and cultural norms. It is painful to consider suicide or fear that a loved one is considering it – yet many are too afraid to bring up the topic because they don’t want those challenging emotions...
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11addiction disability
In September, we recognize Addiction awareness month. Similar to being blind or deaf, addiction is often thought of as a disability. The question of if addiction should be considered a disease is still controversial even decades later when it was designated as such. Some experts argue that addiction should instead be classified as a dysfunction...
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We all know that one coworker who vastly overestimates their own abilities to impress their boss.  Did you know this phenomenon has a name? The Dunning-Kruger Effect (DKE) is a cognitive bias that causes people to overestimate their ability or knowledge in a certain area. This is usually because of a lack of self-awareness that...
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