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All posts tagged "mental health"
Mariah ‘Careys’ on
“I was so terrified of losing everything, I convinced myself the only way to deal with this was to not deal with this.” Those are the words of an uncharacteristically vulnerable and open Mariah Carey, confessing to...
- Posted April 25, 2018
Opinion | The food-mood connection
As someone highly susceptible to stress, anxiety and bouts of depression, learning how to prevent and cope with my negative emotions can be quite challenging. A few months ago, however, I started focusing on my diet and...
- Posted March 6, 2018
Let’s start 2018 by talking about mental health
Three weeks ago, Washington State University’s redshirt sophomore quarterback, Tyler Hilinski, was starting the Holiday Bowl. The 21-year-old played so well in that game that he was fully expected to be the teams starter going into the...
- Posted January 23, 2018
On the Bookshelf
With all the required readings that we are assigned, sometimes it is hard to fit in leisurely reading. Here are a few reads that should fit into your reading list. -A. Perelli “The Girl on the Train”...
- Posted April 26, 2016
Active Minds promotes positive outlook on mental health
One in four adults on college campuses nationwide are dealing with or have dealt with a mental illness at some point in their life, according to research done by the non-profit national organization, Active Minds. Occupational therapy...
- Posted February 5, 2014