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Posted by Sarah on

Share a Scar, Not a Wound

This is the advice my friend Olivia gave me when she asked me to write for her mental health blog, Catholic Refuge. She was just starting the project and she was hoping to start a conversation about the ways that mental health and religion intersect. We’ve known each other for years and we know a […]

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Posted by Matt J. on

Mental Health Myths in the Latinx Community (And Ways to Support Your Mental Health as a Latinx Person)

While I am biracial, I grew up in a household heavily influenced by Latinx/Mexican culture. To anyone familiar with it, there isn’t a thing that can’t be fixed with some good, ‘ol VapoRub. Sore throat? Here’s some VapoRub. Bleeding out? Here’s some Vaporub. Struggling with your mental health? VapoRub is sure to fix it.  From […]

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Posted by Irina on

Self-Care During COVID-19

While self-care may have been something people struggled with before the pandemic, the COVID-19 outbreak and quarantine have even more so affected the mental health of many Americans. The World Health Organization (WHO) has given us lots of information about how we can be #HealthyAtHome during COVID-19. But practicing self-care can be hard. Sometimes it […]

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