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Debunking the toxic misconceptions about mental health treatment we think we know

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Epilepsy is hard as it is, don’t make it harder by judging people with epilepsy.

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A simple approach to help make life pleasurable.

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Exploring The Negative Cycle

Yes — all 7 billion of us — and here’s how we can work through it

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You don’t have to feel miserable to create something great

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“It ain’t perfect but I don’t mind,
’Cause on the surface I look so fine,
But really I’m bugging, bugging,
Making something out of nothing”

— “Perfect” by Rapper Mac Miller —

Why do workplaces lack a “Wellness” room?

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What happens next might be tough, but it’s worth it

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Your fix isn’t bringing you relief from pain. It’s what brings you pain in the first place.

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As much as we want to believe it’s gone, it isn’t

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I’m a happy gal, but it hasn’t been all sunshine and daffodils

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Invisible Illness

We don't talk enough about mental health.

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