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mental health Quote of the day

June 8, 2021

“The biggest communication problem is we do not listen to understand.
We listen to reply.”


― Stephen R. Covey

community voices highlights

Climate Anxiety, The Invisible Thorn of the Climate Crisis (Part 1)

"The teens who organize around the climate crisis work to tackle a global catastrophe that has yet to be solved. Alongside this strenuous and herculean feat, they go through the daily stressors of a teenager in the modern age: school, family, friends, etc. The intersection between the climate crisis and mental health crisis is apparent and its prevalence must be normalized. In partnership with Heads Up Teens, Youth Climate Action Team Inc (YCAT), a global youth climate movement, is working to highlight the notion of climate anxiety. Whether it be to give a name to a feeling that teens often face yet struggle to label or emphasizing that youth climate activists are not alone in their worries, we hope to drive change through this writing. "

April 21, 2020 by Jin Ma

Born Ordinarily, Live Extraordinarily

"As humans, we are always eager to live life as poetic and picturesque as possible. However, the truth is that everyone was born ordinarily, except some were able to discover the beauty of life and live extraordinarily."

April 14, 2020 by Tiffany Fang

Not American Enough

"This article is written to let the young Asian American community know that they are not alone in their feelings of isolation, fear, and discrimination. It is recall of the shared experiences that many Asian Americans, like myself, have endured throughout our years in America. After the AAPI hate and awareness that has been spreading, I found it very important to not only voice my own feelings towards the situation but to reach other people as well. It is important to come together during times like this, especially when the Asian community has been silenced for so long. "

April 7, 2020 by Jason Guo

marrow work

" "marrow work"

a poem"

March 24, 2020 by Zarif Hasan

Hippos at Church Camp

"My article is about pushing myself out of my comfort zone. I went to a church camp in Iowa even though I’m not Christian. I discovered a lot about myself during this experience and grew a lot as an individual. "

February 24, 2020 by Elena Gonzalez Guillermo

Mental Health in the Dominican Republic

"In this article, I will be talking about mental health in the Dominican Republic. I will be mentioning issues such as homophobia, xenophobia, sexism and transphobia, so if those issues are triggering, I recommend not reading this article."

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blog highlights

May 28, 2020 by Ava Belmont

The Power of Self-Validation

In this post I talk about how the use of self-validation can improve your overall emotional wellbeing and shift your personal self talk.

May 24, 2021 by Kheira Bekkadja

It's okay to not be okay, my friend

Life is an ice cream, enjoy it before it melts. While going through the journey of life, it’s okay to feel overwhelmed and internally conflicted. As you read this article, we hope you find peace in whatever you might be going through and know that there is hope. It’s truly okay to not be okay.

May 18, 2021 by Adam Xu

Siri, "What is Imposter Syndrome?"

In this article, I share my experiences and struggles with imposter syndrome and give a brief overview of some of its causes, symptoms, as well as tips on how to cope with the condition.

May 16, 2021 by Pranay Dhawan

Fear: Does it Protect us from Danger or Expose us to Comfort?

Fear is a pretty common emotion, and while its primal purpose was to ensure survival, the things we might be afraid of might be different in modern times. Read on to hear my take on if fear plays a larger role in our lives than it should.

May 14, 2021 by Alex Choi

Charisma: The Hidden Art of Mindfulness

We all want to radiate an aura of positivity and have others take interest in our opinions. This charisma is the essence of our interactions, yet it also has a secret art of mindfulness deeply embedded.

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