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Posted by Jade on

5 Book Recommendations for Asian American & Pacific Islander Heritage Month

In the United States, May is Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month. While it’s important to learn about AAPI history and support AAPI creatives, businesses, organizations, and everyday people year-round, Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month is a good time to really make that support a priority. One great thing everyone can do […]

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10 Things I’ve Learned From Starting My Eating Disorder Recovery Journey

CW: discussion of eating disorders, but not of specific ED behaviors  Today marks the start of National Eating Disorder Awareness Week (#NEDAwareness). This week holds personal significance to me, as I’ve struggled with an eating disorder myself. Starting recovery has been life-changing, and I’ve already learned so much about intuitive eating, food freedom, body neutrality, […]

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Conquer Your Mood in Just a Few Clicks

Welcome beautiful people of the internet! I’m Jay, coming at you with my first ever blog post. I know that you’re probably struggling with something (hence your presence on this website) and have somehow in someway stumbled upon this blog post to find some sort of relief or guidance. I have compiled a completely self-written […]

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Posted by Leah on

You’ve Always Had the Power

Mental illnesses command the atmosphere like tornadoes, spinning everything around in circles until we are stuck sorting through the aftermath of a once healthy life. They tear through homes, through friendships, through careers; they do it relentlessly and without apology. Mental illness hit me hard in college. I was failing classes. I had taken a […]

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