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Improving Empathy

Sometimes, people are so caught up in their day-to-day lives that they lose a crucial part of themselves, something many people might call “empathy.” Empathy doesn’t just measure how much you care for others – it encapsulates an ability to navigate a variety of social cues. For example, being able to read someone’s facial expressions…

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The First Mental Health Appointment: What to Expect and How to Calm the Nerves

It’s completely normal to feel nervous or scared before you see your first psychologist. It may even feel wrong in some ways, which is also normal. [1] Rest assured, though, the fact that you are taking or even considering this step is mighty impressive — so give yourself a firm pat on the back. Many…

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A Mental Health Friendly Gift Guide

The holidays are a time of gift giving, and it is common to struggle to think of just the right gift for your loved ones and friends. Many times we end up buying something out of desperation that we are not even sure the person will like, just because we felt obligated to purchase something.…

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National Family Health History Day

Knowing your family’s health history is so important that a pending lawsuit in the UK may dramatically change medical confidentiality practices that have been in place for thousands of years. The ACSH reports on the case of a woman whom this article refers to as “Jane” for her privacy. Jane sued her father when he…

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Bullying Part 2: What To Do About It

In Part One of our recent discussion of bullying, we talked about what behavior constitutes bullying, and how adults can learn to recognize it when it’s happening. Here in Part Two, we’re sharing tips and strategies for how to deal with bullying and what you can actually do to stop it. Houston resident Aubrey Fontenot…

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Bullying: What it is & How to Recognize it

Between 4th and 8th grade I have vivid, painful memories of being frequently bullied at school. Fellow students made fun of my hair and my clothes, pulled chairs out from underneath me, threw things at me, mocked me, and called me names. These experiences solidified my own insecurities — my lack of perceived self-worth —…

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Self Care Tips

It’s easy to fall into a pattern of bad habits and forget to take care of yourself. On my worst days I want to stay in bed all day; my responsibilities sometimes suffer greatly because of it. Dishes and laundry pile up, bills fall behind, I start to lose touch with my friends and family.…

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For as long as I can remember I had trouble expressing myself with words. I felt that anything that came out of my mouth would sound stupid, or that no one could understand how I felt. I was afraid to put myself out there, so I tried to take up as little space as possible…

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Does Mу Child Nееd Hеlр?

How Tо Find Mеntаl Health Care Fоr Yоur Child Adjuѕting tо thе ѕtаrt of a ѕсhооl year саn bе ѕtrеѕѕful fоr ѕtudеntѕ аnd раrеntѕ аlikе. Dеmаndѕ оf hоmеwоrk and еxtrасurriсulаr асtivitiеѕ inсrеаѕе as do calls bеtwееn раrеntѕ and teachers rеԛuеѕting mееtingѕ tо discuss their concerns аbоut their сhild’ѕ progress. For some сhildrеn, a nеw ѕсhооl…

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