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Admit it — you’ve done most of these things that make people hate you.

7 Things You’re Doing That Make People Hate You

If you constantly find that you’re rubbing people the wrong way, take a look at this list and consider if you’re doing any of the following seven Read...
Elizabeth Laura Nelson of SHESAID    |   09.19.18   |   SHARE
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How To Manage Anxiety In Trump’s America

At times it feels as if the whole foundation of our country is crumbling into dust. Here are tips for managing anxiety in Trump's America. Read...
Liz Greene of Role Reboot    |   09.17.18   |   SHARE
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I made it my goal that by the end of 2018 I would leave my negative self-talk behind.

How I Learned To Combat Negative Self-Talk

I made it my goal that by the end of 2018 I would leave my negative self-talk behind. Here’s how I’m learning to do just that. Read...
Jen Glantz    |   09.14.18   |   SHARE
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It’s been three months since we broke up with my best friend, and in that time I’ve rediscovered what healthy friendships feel like.

Why I Broke Up With My Best Friend Of 12 Years

It’s been three months since we broke up with my best friend, and in that time I’ve rediscovered what healthy friendships feel like. Read...
Paige Ahearn of SHESAID    |   09.7.18   |   SHARE
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For over five years, I endured these attacks with no knowledge of how to end them, or why they began.

My Evolving Relationship With Anxiety

For over five years, I endured these attacks. A therapist identified the source of this physical and mental torment: anxiety. Read...
Kerry Graham of Role Reboot    |   09.5.18   |   SHARE
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The reality is that mental illness is often messy and disruptive — and sanitizing that reality isn’t helpful.

The Conversation We’re Not Having About Mental Health

The reality is that mental illness is often messy and disruptive — and sanitizing that reality isn’t helpful. I felt like a stranger in my own life. Read...
Dylan Brethour    |   09.4.18   |   SHARE
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The recovery community is advocating for increased access to treatment and reducing stigma, yet the language we’re using is undermining those efforts.

How The Words We Use Stigmatize People With Addiction​

We don’t have the luxury of personal choice in our use of language when we are talking about the highly stigmatized condition of addiction. Read...
Olivia Pennelle    |   08.30.18   |   SHARE
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I had retrieved at least one constant in my mother’s life: her love of puzzles and word games.

Finding My Unsolvable Mother In Her Left-Behind Crossword Puzzles​

Looking at her left-behind crossword puzzles, I had retrieved at least one constant in my mother’s life: her love of puzzles and word games. Read...
Marnie Goodfriend    |   08.28.18   |   SHARE
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