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Depression is living in a body that fights to survive with a mind that tries to kill it.
As a kid growing up in a small and tight knit family, I thought I had it all. I was a happy go lucky kid, always exploring and trying new things. School was always fun and I was known as the 'happy kid' all throughout primary school. I was not expecting the transition between primary and middle school to be so difficult.
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These tips are all about ways to cope with depression, manage your mood & feel better.
I open the recipe book and search for the ingredients for family.
The passed down pages, ear-marked and cherished; there it is:
Review by Taylor Holden
Community of Practice Coordinator, Eugenia Canas discusses how connections between contemporary dance, art and mental health provide opportunities for youth to explore their identities through self-expression and achieve wellness. Video is created by mindyourmind in partnership with Toes For Dance.