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Thoughts For The Dark: How People Find Hope

I spent a year collecting people’s go-to thoughts that help them in hard times. Here’s what I’ve learned.

We’ve all been to the dark before.

The dark is that place in our minds where our worries loom large, where our anxieties are all-consuming, and where our sadness is enormous. Combined, they…

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We don't talk enough about mental health.

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Mark Starmach

Mark Starmach

Mental health, sideways. New article monthly. www.markstarmach.com

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