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Mental Health Awareness Month
Taking care of your mental health also means taking care of your physical health, and vice versa.
SETTING THE STAGE: 5 Initiatives that Improve Resilience in Youth
helping someone at a younger age leads to better mental and physical health later in life. Youth is both a window of time in which great good can be done or grave harm.
Rapper Dizzy Wright Discusses Homelessness with Dr. Clayton Chau
When he was a middle school student, Dizzy Wright, a hit recording artist, counted himself as one of those million plus kids, living in a homeless shelter with his mother and brothers.
Sexual Assault Awareness Month: 5 Documentaries to Watch
The films are not easy to watch, but important to see. They contain a great deal of pain. They also contain a great deal of courage.
Sexual Assault Awareness Month: Facts You Need to Know
Let’s raise awareness by spreading the facts.
It’s Not You, It’s Me: 6 Ways to Take Romantic Rejection in Stride
Romantic chemistry is a tricky, fickle business, and knowing that romantic rejection is common, even downright unavoidable, that still doesn’t mean it hurts any less.
What Judging Others Can Teach Us About Ourselves
Here are a few mental steps you can take to reframe your judgments of other people, to open yourself up in kindness toward others, and in doing so, find some kindness for yourself.
Lessons from Rejection: 5 Wildly Successful People That Have Failed Wildly
Rejection, though painful, teaches us who we are, what we really want out of life, and just how much we are capable of surviving.
10 Ways to Practice Body Positivity
Loving your own body, as obvious as the notion may seem, is often easier said than done.
Well Being Trust's Interview with Stuy Dollaz
Stuy Dollaz is a rapper, artist, and actor from Brooklyn. Before his career as a musician, he worked as a youth counselor. While he may be making music now, much of his mission remains the same.
How to Talk About Consent
As the national conversation about consent grows, we’re learning that most young people understand what consent is, but they still don’t always know how to put that information into practice.
Dating with Mental Health Conditions
Because Valentine’s Day is right around the corner, and we’ve all got romance on the brain, we want to talk about dating with a mental health condition.
5 Features of an Attainable Goal
We’ve all set goals for ourselves only to abandon them later, but it’s not because we’re lazy or can’t hack it. It turns out that setting good goals is much more difficult than it seems.
Why Are New Year’s Resolutions so Hard to Keep?
When we really look at the numbers, it turns out that New Year’s resolutions aren’t so much a chance for self-improvement, as they are a chance for disappointment.
#ResolutionRevolution Mental Health Myths
Join the movement to break through barriers and defy assumptions about mental health and the related social conditions that compound problems and hurt our communities.
For Christmas this year we want everyone to #BeWell!
#BeWell This Winter Solstice
Just because you have no control over the seasons, doesn't mean there isn't anything you can do to help the symptoms of SAD.
Day #6 Challenge
4 Holiday (Emotional) Hazards and How to Combat them with Self-Love
If the following happens to you this holiday, or something like it, here are some ways to navigate the situations with self-love.
Four Holiday (Emotional) Hazards and How to Combat them with Self-Love