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  • 10 Strategies to Manage Your Back-to-School Anxiety

    10 Strategies to Manage Your Back-to-School Anxiety

    The first day of school is almost here, and maybe you’re starting to feel the anxiety. Here’s a list of tried and true ways to manage your back-to-school anxiety.

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  • How to get your kids back-to-school ready

    How to get your kids back-to-school ready

    Kids aren’t the only ones who get anxious about the school year starting up again. Here are a few ways to help prepare your teens for the first day of school without adding to their worries.

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    Well Being Trust PSA

    Well Being Trust is a national foundation dedicated to advancing the mental, social and spiritual health of the nation. We want you to join us in this ongoing challenge to reduce the stigma around men

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  • 5 Ways to #BeWell as You Head Back to High School

    5 Ways to #BeWell as You Head Back to High School

    Are you feeling anxious or excited about school starting? If you’re feeling some of both, then you’re not the only one. As your schedule starts to fill back up don’t forget to make time for yourself.

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  • What judging others also says about yourself

    What judging others also says about yourself

    We’ve all done it – passed judgment on someone for something they said, did or wore. “She shouldn’t wear that – that’s too much skin.” “I can’t believe he said that to her.” But what does...

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  • With Depression and Suicide Rates on the Rise, National Survey Reveals Complex Relationship Between Social Media Use and Mental Well-Being

    With Depression and Suicide Rates on the Rise, National Survey Reveals Complex Relationship Between Social Media Use and Mental Well-Being

    Young people experiencing symptoms of depression actively turn to digital tools, including social media, to learn about and seek support for their problems.

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  • Digital Health Practices, Social Media Use, and Mental Well-Being Among Teens and Young Adults in the U.S.

    Digital Health Practices, Social Media Use, and Mental Well-Being Among Teens and Young Adults in the U.S.

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  • Cheer Up the Lonely Day

    Cheer Up the Lonely Day

    Today is Cheer Up the Lonely Day! In honor of this day, we can all be the antidote to loneliness. Here are a few ways that you can celebrate.

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  • For some, depression deepens as temperatures rise

    For some, depression deepens as temperatures rise

    It’s sunny and warm outside, kids are splashing in wading pools and your friends are posting vacation pictures on social media. So why aren’t you happy? It may seem counterintuitive to most...

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  •  Coping with Stress in the Workplace

    Coping with Stress in the Workplace

    To be our most productive selves, we have to find coping strategies that work for us. Read on for a few stress-management techniques you can practice at work.

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  • Don’t be afraid of your mistakes

    Don’t be afraid of your mistakes

    “To be fully alive, fully human, and completely awake is to be continually thrown out of the nest.” -Pema Chodrun One night I was sitting around my Los Angeles apartment. (It doesn’t matter...

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  • Engaged Philanthropy: Putting Ourselves On The Line

    Engaged Philanthropy: Putting Ourselves On The Line

    To reverse these troubling trends, we need to be bold and more engaged on the ground, and hold ourselves accountable to standards of practice that move beyond the conventional, by:

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  • TFAH and WBT: The Nation Must Heed Calls for Help, We Must do More to Prevent Deaths of Despair

    TFAH and WBT: The Nation Must Heed Calls for Help, We Must do More to Prevent Deaths of Despair

    Drumbeat of data over the past 6 months indicates that deaths of despair are increasing at a rapid rate. We know how to stop this - we are calling for the creation of a National Resilience Strategy.

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  • Eat Well, Be Well

    Eat Well, Be Well

    Food doesn't just feed our bodies, it also nourishes our minds. Check out this list of foods that are associated with the promotion of good mental health.

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  • Change I to We

    Change I to We

    When you take the "I' out of Mental Illness and replace it with "We" it becomes Mental Wellness. Taylor Wesley shares his story of overcoming addication and becoming a mental health advocate.

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  • Mrs. California USA Universal 2017, Dawnel DeRubeis, talks mental health with Dr. Chau and Well Being Trust

    Mrs. California USA Universal 2017, Dawnel DeRubeis, talks mental health with Dr. Chau and Well Being Trust

    Dawnel De Rubeis, Mrs. California USA Universal 2017, talks about depression, motherhood, her advocacy work, and more.

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  • 5 Ways You Can Help Prevent Bullying

    5 Ways You Can Help Prevent Bullying

    So let’s talk about bullying, and not about bullies. To prevent bullying, we’re going to have to think of this as a cultural problem. And for a cultural change, we all have to be part of the solution.

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  • Well Being Trust Mental Wellness Toolkit Resources for Parents & Teens

    Well Being Trust Mental Wellness Toolkit Resources for Parents & Teens

    Included in this mental health toolkit is a wide range of mental health resources for both parents and teens to #BeWell.

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  • New “Pain in the Nation” Issue Brief Focuses on How Healthcare Systems Can Help Address and Prevent Deaths of Despair

    New “Pain in the Nation” Issue Brief Focuses on How Healthcare Systems Can Help Address and Prevent Deaths of Despair

    The Pain in the Nation: Healthcare Systems Brief provides extensive recommendations that will enhance behavioral health services.

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  • Pain in the Nation: Healthcare Systems Brief

    Pain in the Nation: Healthcare Systems Brief

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