I came across a young person’s story online about being embarrassed to reach out for help for their depression and how they thought they were the only person on earth that f
Anyone who knows me knows that I really despise the YouTube channel “Game Theory.” This was originally because I have been a serious game theorist since long before Hyrule Historia crushed Zelda Timeline Theory, and I don’t like how the host of th
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Alicia shares her story of dealing with depression, anxiety, attempting suicide and eventual recovery at the International Association for Youth Mental Health. She explains what it means to be a mental health superhero.
Group projects don’t have the best reputation out there (here’s to looking at you, high school).
A simple symbol with such a powerful message has been popping up across the globe. It has been trending on every social media platform in cyber space and covered by news hubs like the NY Times, Globe & Mail, CNN, BBC, etc.
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These tips are about suicide awareness and prevention in your school. Learn new skills, info and resources to reach out, get help and give help.