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Shared Links (weekly) Jan. 10, 2021

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Yes, You Matter

How I Used Reading to Cope with Trauma

Psych News Alert: Study Confirms Well-Known Suicide Risk Factors, Identifies New Risks

The mental toll of the Capitol siege on the American psyche

Black communities have long faced barriers to mental-health care. These organizations are working to change that

How to Protect and Empower Kids Online: An Interview with Wired Human

Study: Self-blame in young assault victims alters recall… Read More

Sharing – A new study has found being angry increases your vulnerability to misinformation

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Really, there are two things you can do to fight falling for misinformation. You could try to never be angry, but I don’t think that’s realistic. There are things to be angry about, rightfully. We can’t go through live just not feeling anything.

The thing I think we can do, and the thing I work hard at myself, is staying humble. Never assume you “know” everything, that you never make mistakes, that there is nothing more for you to learn. That’s how you fight misinformation, and it’s also really helpful when it comes to fighting negative thoughts, depression, anxiety, etc.… Read More

Sharing – Antidepressant use in England soars as pandemic cuts counselling access

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This is not great. Medication can be incredibly helpful, but it’s really not a “fix” for depression.

“Lucy Schonegevel, the deputy campaigns director at the mental health charity Rethink, said there was a “big risk of antidepressants being prescribed with no support”, adding that such medications should “go hand in hand” with therapy.

Her concerns were echoed by the mental health campaigner Natasha Devon, who said: “People are going to their GPs with symptoms of mental illness and being sent away with a bag of medication, having been put on an 18-month waiting list.””… Read More

Shared Links (weekly) Jan. 3, 2021

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We need Advocates Now More than Ever

Mental Health Struggles Don’t Take a Holiday

Mental health apps: How to find one that works

Students Feel Anxious About COVID-19. Why Aren’t They Turning to Campus Mental Health Resources For Help?

‘Boys do cry’: Georgie Wileman chronicles the private experience of male depression

Making a Difference One Person at a Time

Talking to your young athletes about sexual abuse

Rural Louisiana communities have less access to mental health care; How groups are closing the gap

My Top 5 Mental Health Lessons For 2021… Read More

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