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Suicide and the Black Community

Arlana Miller, a 19-year-old college cheerleader at a historically Black university, had thought about suicide for several years. But in May of 2022, overwhelmed by the impact of COVID, a sports injur...

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Self-Care Can’t Take a Holiday

With inflation on the rise and gas prices causing sticker shock, many of us are looking for ways to tighten our belts. If you’re trying to figure out what in your budget is expendable, you might be te...

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Why You’d Opt for Private Care

With so many types and sources of treatment available these days, the options are endless. This is great in that it can help you or a loved one find just the right one for your situation. Even with so...

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When Grief Doesn’t Get Better

Grief is a natural response to loss, and each person’s experience of grief may be different. However, for those who experience life-disrupting grief that doesn’t settle over time, treatment may be int...

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Getting Back to Savoring Solitude

In today’s technology-driven world, we have community at our fingertips. Within seconds we can message friends, join a group chat, or electronically converse with colleagues face-to-face. We have endl...

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The Therapeutic Power of Animals

When you scroll through your favorite social media feeds, have you ever noticed the sheer number of memes, photos, and videos dedicated to the animal kingdom? And we’re not just talking dogs and cats....

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