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Sometimes ‘Doing Nothing’ is Best for Your Mental Health

It seems like people around us are always talking about how in order to be successful you must be working ...

How to Incorporate a Consistent Exercise Routine Into a Busy Schedule

For decades, people have turned to movement to get into and stay in physical shape, to keep their body healthy, ...

Women’s History Month: The Wage Gap & The Pandemic

Happy Women’s History Month everyone! Quick reminder that this month is for all women, regardless of gender presentation, sexual orientation, ...

What To Do When You Are in a Motivation Slump

No matter who you are, you have most likely experienced a motivation slump, aka a period of time where you ...

Anorexia: Writing My Way to Recovery

When I first started struggling with an Eating Disorder, I kept it private.  I feared others’ judgments and wanted everyone ...

Hate Speech

Hate speech (n.): public speech or writing that expresses hate or encourages violence towards a particular person or groupWhether or ...

Holidays, The Pandemic & You

 ‘Tis the season for Seasonal Affective Disorder! Seasonal Affective Disorder, or SAD, affects more than 3 million Americans each year. ...

Mental Health in Young Adult Literature

I’ve always looked at books as a form of comfort. Nothing is more comforting than seeing yourself in a character ...

Should Democracy Cause This Much Stress?

The election cycle in America is confusing in the best of years. Factor in pandemic restrictions, the historic nature of ...

Ray & June: Conversations Between a Trans Teen & His Grandmother

The idea to write this piece was born out of our desire to help other teens and their family members ...

Ray & June Part 1: Transitioning

Conversations Between a Trans Teen & His Grandmother

Ray & June Part 2: Concerns (and Responses)

Conversations Between a Trans Teen & His Grandmother