By: Kristen Fuller

Finals: Coping with Stress and Supporting Others

Pumpkin spiced lattes, colder temperatures, holiday decorations, and snow, are not only festive signs of the holiday season but also represents…

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Substance Abuse in the Indigenous Community

The indigenous population in the United States is considered at risk as many of them live in poverty, are uneducated, have…

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Mental Health and Shopping

The holiday season often goes hand in hand with shopping. Shopping for gifts, shopping for holiday décor, and shopping for the…

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Coping with Family Gatherings

The holidays can be a wonderful time of the year. Visiting with friends and family, attending gatherings and celebrations, enjoying all…

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Shopping trip, colorful shopping bags
Black Friday and Anxiety

Updated on 10/26/23 Black Friday cannot only create anxiety, but it can also take away from valuable family time. Many Black…

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World Survivors of Suicide Day

With more than 800,000 lives lost to suicide across the world each year, “survivors”, the name given to those who have…

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National Caregivers’ Month: Tips for Caregivers

November is National Family Caregivers Month, the month that family members, neighbors, and friends who devote many hours to caring for…

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Children’s Mental Health During the Holidays

Updated on 12/05/23 The holidays can be exciting, especially for children. Presents, desserts, decorations, Christmas, Hanukkah, Kwanzaa, and all kinds of…

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World Kindness Day

“World Kindness Day is celebrated annually on November 13th. On this day, participants attempt to make the world a better place…

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10 Warnings Signs Your Employee Has a Mental Health Issue

Signs that an employee may be dealing with mental health issues could include: alterations in their physical appearance; shifts in…

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