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Reaching Out, Not In

When you bottle up negative emotions, it can add extra stress to your life and body. This can make dealing with anything much more difficult. It can also lead to angry outbursts or eventually depression. If you only rely on reaching inwards during times of difficulty, it can be tough to try and console yourself. […]

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Enough (a poem)

You Matter blogger Fe wrote a poem to convey how they believe that everyone is infinitely valuable no matter what they look like and no matter how much or how little labor they can do. With this poem, Fe wants to remind everyone that You Matter. The world tells us That we are not enough […]

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How I Managed My First Job

During the decrease of COVID’s prominence toward the end of 2021, I had just begun my sophomore year. The air was starting to chill and teachers were getting more comfortable with assigning mass amounts of work that nobody was ready to do. In the midst of this adjustment to what “real” high school felt like, […]

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My Grandma

CW: Suicide My Grandma and Grandpa have been two of the most important people in my life since the moment I was born. For just over 19 years, I never had to imagine life without either of them, until last November, when my Grandpa passed away. This was a gut-wrenching few months for my family […]

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Using Nature To Clear Our Minds (Why I spend time in a “green space” after each therapy session)

Get outside! No, really! There are a couple of things we’ve learned through research that tie together here. First, looking around at the space we’re in can help us feel grounded. Second, when we’re in nature, our eye movement is naturally increased. That means that when we’re in “green space” (a nature trail, forest, or […]

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