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Self-Love Spotlight: Expressing Emotions Through Art and Music

You don’t have to be a musical prodigy or an artist to use art and music as therapy.

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You Can Overcome Self-Harm

Self-harm has addictive qualities, just like drugs and alcohol, and can actually release certain chemicals in your brain to make you feel better, or so you think.

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Group Therapy Isn’t as Scary as it Seems

At first, opening myself up to several people that I might share a class with, live in the same residence hall as, or even have mutual friends with was frightening.

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You Can Make a Difference

Gandalf wisely states, “I found it is the small everyday deeds of the ordinary folk that keep the darkness at bay.”

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Fight Pro-Ana with Body Positivity

It really inspires me that people are working to counter the ideals of beauty and size.

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What I Learned About Money and Mental Health

I know I’m not the only one who has struggled with money while also dealing with depression and anxiety, so I’m sharing how I was able to gain control.

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Busting Myths About Self-Harm

Self-harm doesn’t equal suicidal. AJ shares why she cut herself and how you can help someone break the habit.

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4 Ways to Deal With a Suicidal Friend

Emma was scared when a friend texted that she wanted to end her own life. Thankfully, she and her parents were able to help—and may have saved a life.

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The Five Rules of Healthy Relationships

In effort to prevent dating violence, Heather explains what makes a relationship healthy and when it’s time to get support.

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It Does Get Better – But What About Now?

When I was younger, a lot of people told me to watch the It Gets Better campaign videos as a source of support. But those videos almost made things harder for me.

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