Rachelle

Rachelle is a fourth year undergrad student at Western University, studying media and the public interest, and is excited to be doing a co-op with mindyourmind as a part of it. She focuses her attention on how to use her studies in a way that can benefit herself and others, keeping mental health in mind. She loves listening to and playing music, making a variety of art, and tackling new projects. As part of her placement, Rachelle will be doing a series of blogs about the connection between music and mental health.

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Metal Health Concert

mindyourmind met up with the organizers of METAL HEALTH, Kelsey King, Amanda Rees, Taylor Richmond, Jenelle Scoyne, and Jessica Havell. It is a concert initiative and fundraiser for the CMHA

Metal Health Concert

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Emo Culture

When it first emerged, Emo was a safe music style in terms of discussion of drugs, sex, and illegal affairs, at least when it comes to parents’ approval. However, the

Emo Culture

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Songs about Drugs

Why is it that we grow up being told that drugs are bad, and yet there are so many popular songs that talk about and suggest doing drugs and partying?

Songs about Drugs

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Alesana

There is no way for me to begin this blog series other than by sharing this song and what it means to me. It is called “Fits and Starts” by

Alesana

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Hi, I’m Rachelle

Happiness is a defrosted smile, warmed by the sun on a winter’s chilly day. – “Happiness” by Rachelle  My name is Rachelle. I am a 4th year student at Western

Hi, I’m Rachelle

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