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Managing Anger in Everyday Situations

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Anger is everywhere. It shows itself when you’re yelling at a coworker or saying spitting words you don’t mean, but it can also be...

The Termination of Rumination

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Have you ever noticed how we tend to fixate on the one bad thing that happened throughout our day, yet ignore the dozen other...

Stress

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Whether you are in school, working a job, volunteering, taking care of your siblings, something different, or some crazy combination of one or more...

Change Comes From Within

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Mental health is a topic that is coming more and more into the contemporary focal point. Emotions that affect us negatively are both pervasive...

Mental Health Day

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Sometimes we overwork ourselves with the amount of activities we participate in. School, work, sports, and volunteering all become overwhelming if we don’t give...

Pennies to Dollars

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Managing money has always been a non-existent skill for me. From the time when I’d spend my last dime on ten-cent candies, to recent...

Give Yourself a Social Media Break

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What’s the first thing you do when you wake up in the morning, and the last thing you do before you go to bed...

Boys, It’s Okay to Show Emotion

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We’ve all seen it. Parents telling their little boys to “be a man” and suck it up. Not only is this incredibly dehumanizing, but...

Call

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In the time before COVID, most people would regularly engage with others face to face.  I used to hang out with friends and visit...

The Importance of Building Your Confidence and Self-Esteem

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Through the majority of my adolescent years, my self-esteem and confidence were about the size and strength of a toothpick. Self-esteem and confidence regard...