Depression is a tough subject to talk about. No conversation about it is going to be an easy or comfortable one. Here are four things I’ve observed when trying to talk with someone about my depression and some tips on handling the conversation
Everyday we use words to label strangers we pass on the street and people we have known our whole lives. These words are powerful. They can lift people up or to make folks feel less than, as if they are not part of society and not wanted. Take this challenge and help our community grow and move forward together.
Here are five tools I have used to slow down and reflect on who I am and where I am going. I promise that the more time you dedicate to learning about you the more you will see why you matter. See which work for you!
No matter what your journey is, there are all kinds of ways that you can make a difference in your own life and in the lives of those around you. So before I officially say “au revoir”, I’d like to end with a simple call to action.
Just like making friends or dating, finding the right person can talk some time and effort. Here are a couple of tips to make it easier.
Teachers and other educators may hold you to a standard that you don’t feel comfortable with— which can make your life more stressful. That’s why it is important to know what resources are available to you.
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