7 Tools for Managing Traumatic Stress

By Adena Bank Lees | Jan. 16, 2019
Managing traumatic stress can be incredibly challenging, especially when symptoms are unpredictable and make it difficult to function. It can be helpful to have tools at the ready for when you’re feeling the scary reach of traumatic stress.

Learning to Find My Identity with Bipolar Disorder

By Elizabeth Drucker | Jan. 11, 2019
"Many people with serious mental health conditions struggle to accept their diagnoses and the implications it means for their life—and I was no exception. I felt as if I was giving up my identity for one I didn’t want."

Why I Have to Convince Myself My Anxiety is Real

By Laura Greenstein | Jan. 04, 2019
"A big part of learning to cope with anxiety has been accepting the condition as part of my life. Telling myself it’s not “a real mental illness” is like denying its presence, which only makes the
anxiety stronger."

5 Films That Address Mental Health

By Matthew Boyle | Dec. 19, 2018
As we continue to spread awareness about the realities of mental illness, we can look to accurate portrayals in the media as an easy way to help others understand. Here are a few films that address mental illness in a truthful way.


You Don't Look Like You Have Depression

By Brittany Kinsella | Dec. 19, 2018
Mental illness affects all ages, races and backgrounds. There is no way to tell if a person has depression, bipolar disorder or schizophrenia simply by looking at them. There is no face of mental illness.  
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