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Posted by Jade on

The Power of Vulnerability

The first time I shared my mental health journey with someone I didn’t know was when I was a sophomore in college. I was a member of a mental health advocacy group on campus and we were hosting an event called the “Love Speaks Forum.” During this event, some of our group members were going […]

Read Article 6 Min Read Anxiety

Posted by Matt J. on

Representation Matters

Growing up as queer and Latinx, it was rare to see someone like me on TV. It feels as if television executives tend to favor the white, straight family over the gay, Latinx family. However, the reality is that we are not all white and straight. In fact, white people only make up about 60% […]

Read Article 6 Min Read Advocacy


Posted by Ashley N. on

How to Help a Loved One Experiencing Suicidal Ideation

Content Warning: This article discusses suicide. If you or someone you know is struggling with suicidal ideation, call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-TALK (8255).  Living with suicidal ideation is terrifying. I have experienced suicidal ideation numerous times over the years, and frequently have to battle these thoughts on a daily basis. But no […]

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Posted by Alyssa on

Does TikTok Contribute to the Normalization of Eating Disorders? Let’s Unpack.

*Content Warning – Eating Disorders: This article discusses language around eating disorders and weight loss in online spaces like the app TikTok.*  TikTok, a social media platform that gained popularity in 2019 and picked up traction with college-aged students at the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, on the surface is a seemingly innocent app that […]

Read Article 11 Min Read Eating Disorder