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Links I’m Sharing (weekly) Sept. 6 2020

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Toxic Shame and How to Overcome It

How To Be A Mental Health Advocate

Nancy Hogshead-Makar on Sexual Abuse in Olympics and College Sports

When Your Mental Illness Comes in Waves

Suicide Prevention Month

Some interesting “lunch and learn” programs you may want to consider.

We Can All Prevent Suicide

Male suicides at highest rate in two decades, official data shows | UK News

What Most People Don’t Know About Psychological Trauma

Sexual minorities and suicide prevention

Using Humor as a Coping Tool… Read More

Links I’m Sharing (weekly) Aug 9, 2020

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10 Simple Ways to Love Yourself a Little More Each Day

Can Childhood Trauma Make the Body and Brain Age Faster?

6 Ways to Survive Survivor Guilt |

Mental Health in the Digital Realm

Childhood Trauma: Types, Causes, Signs, and Treatments

Self-Care Sounds Simple, So Why Is It So Hard to Practice?

Study Confirms Asking Directly About Suicide Doesn’t Cause More Harm

What People Want to Hear When They’re Struggling

Stopping the Cycle of Trauma: Parents Need Help for Trauma Too

Mental health website for people with intellectual disability created with help of those with lived experience – ABC News

– Good, it’s not often that we think about how our sites work for those with disabilities, I’m glad there are folks working to be more inclusive.

How to Ask if Everything Is OK When It’s Clearly Not

4 Reasons Taking Things Personally Prevents Healing… Read More

Links I’m Sharing (weekly) July 26, 2020

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Brian Cardoza on Surviving Abuse and Sex Trafficking

The Science of How Our Minds and Our Bodies Converge in the Healing of Trauma

5 Reasons Mental Illness Isn’t ‘Abnormal’ (And ‘Normal’ Doesn’t Exist)

Linked: What to say to your boss if you’re struggling at work during COVID-19

Brave Expressions. -Brave Expressions is a mental health storytelling platform that empowers people to express their experiences through any creative outlet. Our mission is to create a space where people can express their mental health stories, learn about others’ experiences, and know they’re not alone.

How Scapegoating Is the Promotion of a False Family Narrative

LSU student creates mental health hotline to combat stigmas in Black communities

20 Mental Health Resources to Follow

How growing and nurturing friendships can boost your mental and physical health

Winning at all costs – how abuse in sport has become normalised

Fight Loneliness by Expanding Your Circle of Concern… Read More

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