In: Awareness Days & Events

4 Ways to Practice Mental Wellness in the New Year

Happy New Year! I think we can all agree that 2021 was a challenging year for many of us. If you…

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Setting Mini Self-Care Goals for the New Year

As the new year approaches, making resolutions becomes a common topic of conversation. Suggestions for resolutions are everywhere, from a casual…

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Anxiety, Zoom Gatherings and the Holidays

Hey, guys! My name is Christine Marie Frey, also known as Christine XP. I am the founder of the new and…

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Facing Holiday-Associated Trauma

Note to reader: The content of this article is specifically for those with a history of trauma or trauma-related diagnoses. It’s…

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Positive Halloween Costumes + How to Celebrate During COVID-19

 Hey, guys! My name is Christine Marie Frey, also known as Christine XP. I am the founder of the new…

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5 Tips to Overcome Anxiety about This Year’s Election

November 3rd is quickly approaching, which means that our National Election Day is just around the corner. This may be one…

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Suicide Prevention in the Age of COVID-19

COVID-19 has touched the lives of all of us in some way. It is important to shed light on the risk…

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Managing Mental Health During Social Movements and Civil Unrest

Civil unrest is defined legally as “acts of violence and disorder detrimental to the public law and order. It includes acts…

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Preparing for a Socially Distant Summer with COVID-19

Beaches are slowly reopening, most pools have capacity restrictions and for many of us it’s safe to say that our plans…

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Big Boys DO Cry: Masculinity as a Barrier to Mental Health

In the year 2020, what does it mean to “be a man”? There are many answers to that question depending on…

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