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Wear Your Label

Wear Your Label is an online store that creates clothing to get the conversation started about mental illness. Their profound motto is: “It’s okay not to be okay.” Wear Your Label makes clothing that...

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Mental Health Check-up

A Brief Mental Health Check-up Take five minutes and ask yourself these questions! The American Psychiatric Association is a great resource to use when you are interested in gaining more knowledge about mental health! Let...

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10 Games to Help You Get Rid of Some Stress

Sometimes we all just need to take a moment and escape from the real world for a second. For many people, games on the internet can be a fun outlet. Lifehack.org has complied a list of...

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Your health online

When you have a question about your health, where is the first place you go? Probably you are googling it! Many of us google our medical problems – its fast, easy, you get an...

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Proud2BMe

Positive body image, especially during adolescence and young adulthood, can be difficult to keep up. Society is chock full of “standards” for beauty and the “perfect body.” But while these standards are very public...

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Dear Black Women

This open letter featured on Huffington Post was written by Minaa B. the founder of Respect Your Struggle.  “Respect Your Struggle is a digital magazine that focuses on real life issues experienced by the...

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Yellow Ribbon Suicide Prevention Program

The Yellow Ribbon Suicide Prevention Program is a suicide prevention program created to help by “empowering individuals and communities through leadership, awareness and education; and by collaborating and partnering with support networks to reduce...

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The DBSA Young Adult Podcast Series

This week, we have an awesome resource to share with our users. The Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance (DBSA) is a website dedicated to providing support to individuals who have mood disorders. Mood disorders...

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Inside Our Minds

Insideourminds.org features personal interviews with individuals that have mental health diagnoses. It is a sharing of anonymous experiences that these people have lived through. Here are some excerpts: My Illness is My Responsibility “I...

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Getting Help: Where to Start

Mental health problems don’t only affect adults. Children, teens and young adults can have mental health problems, too. In fact, three out of four people with mental health problems showed signs before they were...