Wellness Wednesday

Are you really listening? We think we listen. We certainly listen to the news, the chatter in our brain, and what’s showing on social media… but how often do you actually listen to the voice within? The answer to happiness, wellness, and even success, whatever definition you give to...

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The Hidden Problem of Male Eating Disorders

Although 1/10 women in the United States suffer from an eating disorder in their lifetime, many women, including high school girls, have eating disorder tendencies. As a high school student, it’s common to hear friends talk about the calories in their food or complain about how much weight they’re...

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Spreading Mental-Health Awareness at Your School

Chalk Out Stigma is an event where students write positive messages about mental health in chalk on the grounds outside of their school. Early this morning, a group of students and I set out to do just that. With two boxes of colored chalk and an hour of time...

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Coping Strategies

Misguided emotional coping is common among teens. Many turn to unhealthy fixes, such as overeating, to deal with everyday problems. For instance, binge eating is a prevalent unhealthy coping mechanism among teenagers. Approximately 1.6% of American adolescents suffer from binge eating disorder. One of the largest contributors to the...

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