#MentalHealthMatters

For the first time, the average college student steps into two new experiences. Now, they juggle between handling the lessons of life along with the lessons giving by the classroom. Both lessons independently are beasts; imagine the magnitude they create when put together. From the outside looking in, one can sum up college life to being one big ball of parties, football games, lasting relationships, … Continue reading #MentalHealthMatters

Tips on Staying Positive

Being happy comes in many different forms. We all achieve this feeling in different ways, which makes each person different and amazing to learn from. Happiness, however, is not always easily found in our everyday lives. We have to learn to train the human mind to actively seek healthier ways to seek a more positive lifestyle. There are thousands of ways to stay positive, but … Continue reading Tips on Staying Positive

Suicide Prevention

National Suicide Prevention Week is recognized September 5 – September 11. With the overall theme of breaking the social stigmas against mental health awareness, it focuses on the protection of mental health and how to cope with uncertainty. In a time like now, during the era of Coronavirus, we have been faced with situations that have seemed both uncertain and taxing on our mental health. … Continue reading Suicide Prevention

Secret Signs of Depression

Depression is an extremely common illness that in the affects over 40 million adults in the U.S. every year. While many people can identify when a friend, coworker, or loved one has depression by the obvious signs, there are many people who suffer silently with less-obvious displays of depression.  The most known signs of depression are sadness and loss of interest in activities. Additionally, many … Continue reading Secret Signs of Depression