Silent Epidemic: Mental Health in Our Schools

Our kids are spending more and more time at school. Some school districts are increasing the number of classes for middle and high school students so they would have to stay at school for longer each day. More and more students are participating in clubs to gain more resume-builders for college. As qualifications needed for... Continue Reading →

Depression and Confidence

I've been operating under a huge misconception of what true confidence means. Having confidence doesn't come from achievements and lack of failure. It's the belief that even if you fail, you'll be fine. Recently, I've struggled a lot with this, especially as a college junior looking for an internship. I already have depression and anxiety... Continue Reading →

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Casually Suicidal | A TedTalk: A focus on Asian-Americans across the nation

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S8bJ3YlgL1Q My inspiration stems from this TEDTalk by Sarah Liberti. Her awkward yet compelling stance on discomfort in the mind blossoms from the idea that mental instability is just masked by a facade of "casually suicidal" humor. Liberti transitions from mild posts of humor such as, "I tomato-tally want to kill myself" to the deeper, darker... Continue Reading →

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