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Blog Entries - 'Mental health'

frantic pace

Holiday Pace

December 9, 2021  |  holidays, Mental health

Here we are, all rushing about to ensure our holiday packages get sent on time to arrive before Christmas or to pick up that one cookie ingredient we forgot on the last trip to the grovery store. It feels a little

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Depression Screening Day

Depression Screening Day

October 8, 2021  |  Depression, Mental health, screening

About a week ago, a friend of mine talked with me about how down she'd been feeling. It started as a general sense of "meh" but quickly spiraled into a deeper despair. She felt overwhelmed and didn't know where to

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beautiful garden

Life's weeding process

April 29, 2021  |  Coping, mental health

Our guest blog writer this week is Michelle Rolf, Southwest Ohio Director at Mental Health America of Northern Kentucky & Southwest Ohio:   I was working in the garden last weekend (remember… when it was warm and

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Kids pandemic emotions

one year of COVID

March 11, 2021  |  Coping, COVID-19, kids, Mental health

It's hard to believe - well, maybe not so hard - that today marks one year since COVID-19 was declared a pandemic. In that time, our lives changed in so many ways - and not always in good ways. While we've had to

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Golden Rule

new year resolutions

January 8, 2021  |  mental health, New Year resolutions, stigma

Just eight days into 2021 and it's been a little bumpy. With what's been happening in the news and many adjusting once again to a five-day workweek, it can make us feel tired so quickly! Did anyone make New Year's

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Christmas cookie

Merry Christmas

December 24, 2020  |  Addiction, Christmas stress, coping, Mental health

For anyone living with a mental health or addiction disorder, holidays - even Christmas - can be hard. A particular memory or incident may come to mind that brings back difficult experiences, perhaps. There are a number

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