For some, the anchor means hope… calm… stability. On the flip side, the anchor can be seen in a negative light.
Kids don’t wear their thoughts on their sleeves. But what if they did? What if you could see what they are thinking? And feeling? To know what’s really going on in their lives, in their hearts and in their minds? If kids could wear their thoughts on their sleeves, what would they look
We need to end stigmas and misconceptions about mental and behavioral health. And you can play an important role in that.
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Mental Health Challenge Day 17: Write down one thing you want to get done this weekend−and do it.