Stay Connected During Coronavirus

Stay Connected During Coronavirus

Right now, more than 300 million Americans — 95% of the US population — are under shelter in place or stay at home orders due to Coronavirus. Schools, workplaces, community centers, and churches have closed. Public gatherings have been banned.

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10 Ways to Live Well and Connect Right Now

10 Ways to Live Well and Connect Right Now

Thanks to COVID-19 and the novel coronavirus, home quarantines, shelter-in-place orders, and social distancing have become the new “normal.” With schools and many workplaces closed, this is a major departure from our typical day-to-day lives — and we still don’t

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Anxiety: What Is It?

Living With Anxiety

Some people say that anxiety isn’t real, that “it’s all in your head.” If you suffer from anxiety, you may have experienced someone saying this to you, and you probably felt dismissed and maybe even felt alone questioning your own

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BELIEVE: Support and Empower Our Youth

HELP US IMPACT 8,000 YOUTH!

85% of youth suffer from low self-esteem and 1 in 5 experience mental illness. What if every one of these children knew that someone believed in them? 10-year-old Free2Luv Advocate Marley Mac does and she created ‘BELIEVE’ to make sure

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Mental Health in Young Adults

Mental Health Issues in Young Adults

Depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, eating disorders, suicidal ideation … these are all real issues our youth face. With one in every five youth suffering from a form of mental illness, mental health is an issue that needs our attention. If you

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3 Ways to Become Fearless

“I’m afraid.” These are words often heard but ignored. Fear can come from insecurities, but where do insecurities come from? For many people, insecurities come from comparing themselves to others and thinking the others have a better or easier life.

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5 Ways to Become an Ally for LGBTQ Youth

How to be an Ally for LGBTQ Youth

Imagine feeling confused, isolated and not accepted for who you are and who you know you are supposed to be. Now more than ever, it is critical that we support and ally for LGBTQ youth. By being an ally, you

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