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SELF-HARM: BEHAVIORS, WARNING SIGNS, & WAYS TO HELP

Self-harm or self-injury is when you deliberately hurt your own body as a way of coping with very strong or difficult feelings. Typically, people who self-harm do not want to die. It is used as a way to release or cope with painful emotions. Self-harm can happen at any age, but is most common during teenage and young adult years.

HELPFUL TIPS FOR TALKING TO YOUR CHILD ABOUT SUICIDE

What do you when you’re worried that your child may be feeling suicidal? Let’s be honest, as children grow older, it can become more challenging for parents to know what they are thinking and feeling.

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STRATEGIES FOR PARENTS TO HELP CHILDREN MANAGE BACK-TO-SCHOOL ANXIETY

As we prepare for what for many students will be their first return to full-time in person classroom learning after being stuck at home for more than a year, expect anxiety...

CHEER SOMEONE ON

We no longer have to imagine a world where athletes and others can't hear anyone cheering them on. Putting out this energy would likely change the ballgame.

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AN INVITATION

Read the newspaper, browse the internet or check on social media, and you'll see yet another example of the inequities faced by so many – whether it’s people of color, women, transgender, or indigenous people. Accept this invitation for action.

FUTURE LEADERS

Future leaders, in this case a 16-year-old, can be inspiring - even to a seasoned leader and CEO.

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AVOID THE TRAP

The trap of getting distracted by all of the baggage a child or family has is clamoring for attention. Can we avoid the trap to stay focused on what's really important?

BE THE HOPE.