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Nearly 800,000 people die from suicide each year. That's one person every 40 seconds. It only takes one person to save a life and you can be that person.
Our body image can be affected through history of trauma, and can affect the development of our self-esteem.
Perinatal depression alone ranks as the most underdiagnosed complication of pregnancy in the United States.
Reading provides mental health benefits such as giving us a break from screens and feeling less isolated through connecting with characters.
When traumatic events happen in our world, it can be difficult to process.
According to the Trevor Project, 45% of LGBTQ youth seriously considered suicide in the past year.
The history related to our Asian American/Pacific Islander brothers and sisters is not only vast, but complicated.
African American individuals face trauma stressors that have an impact on their mental health while also experiencing disparities within the healthcare system.
Starting a self-care and wellness plan can be intimidating, but no one has to do it alone.
We all deserve to take care of ourselves.
Opening up the dialogue may be daunting, but the potential benefits can be life-changing
Being mindful of the way we are thinking and talking about our kids has an impact on our own well-being and the well-being of our families.
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