Stigma Bingo

People stigmatize anxiety and depression on a daily basis. I decided to compile some of the obnoxious responses to anxiety and depression into Bingo boards.  If you were to mark off every box that contains something you’ve dealt with, would you wind up with a Bingo? I made these to help bring awareness to the judgement […]

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How Are You Doing Today?

How often do you evaluate your well being?  When other people ask us how we are, the typical response is usually, “I’m doing great!  How about you?”  Of course, we sometimes only give that response because it’s the socially acceptable answer.  Even though we sometimes put on a fake smile for others, we don’t have […]

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40 Reasons to Keep Living

September 10th is National Suicide Awareness Day.  My favorite mental health organization, To Write Love On Her Arms is currently running a hashtag to facilitate the discussion of suicide prevention (go check out #IKeptLiving).  According to their blog, more than 800,000 people die by suicide worldwide every year.  American suicide rates have increased by 24% […]

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Getting Prepared for College with Anxiety

The beginning of a new college semester can be stressful for anyone, but with chronic anxiety, it can start to feel like you’re not prepared at all.  The best way to ensure that you have a successful semester is to utilize every resource that may become beneficial to you.  College brings different challenges and responsibilities depending […]

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