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Navigating Everyday Stress and Preventing Burnout

Stress is a normal part of life, and it isn’t always bad for you if it’s managed appropriately. Unfortunately, it’s common in our busy society to expose ourselves to too much stress, which can quickly become unhealthy.

How to Prevent News Overload

Being exposed to excessive news, particularly bad news, can be overwhelming while negatively impacting a person’s mental health. For some people, bad news makes them feel an impending sense of doom. Bad news can also cause anxiety, depression, or post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).

The Impacts of Sexual Assault on Mental Health & How to Find Help

Whether the assault happened last week or two years ago, sexual assault survivors can continue to feel the impact on their mental health as if the attack happened that day. If you or someone you love has been a victim of a sexual assault, know that you are not alone in feeling these effects.

The Benefits of Therapy and Medication

Practicing mental wellness can go a long way in helping improve our mental health. At times, though, it might not be enough to help us get better. That’s why it’s important to recognize when we need to seek professional help, like therapy or medication.

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