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Impact of Caffeine on Mental Health
by Mental Health Association in Greensboro on July 19, 2018 at 1:31 pm
I love coffee. So much. Like so, so much. I know how basic that sounds but I really do love it. I prefer iced coffee, even during the winter, though sometimes I crave a cup of hot coffee with breakfast. This love, however, is unrequited. I’ve deemed this love to be unrequited because coffee betrays […]
by Mental Health Association in Greensboro on July 5, 2018 at 1:30 pm
Dear Readers, When I started this blog my original intention was to post weekly, but I am starting a couple of new teaching jobs in August and balancing lesson planning and writing quality blog posts has gotten a little overwhelming. I hope to start posting weekly again in January once my jobs aren’t so new […]
Mental Health Resources for LGBTQIA Folks
by Mental Health Association in Greensboro on June 28, 2018 at 1:30 pm
I mentioned in my first PRIDE post that finding adequate mental health care can be difficult for folks in the LGBTQIA community. In this post, I made a list comprised of resources that will help you find LGBTQIA-friendly providers. Gay and Lesbian Medical Association’s Provider Directory Healthcare Equality Index The Center for American Progress and the National Transgender […]
LGBTQIA and Mental Illness Representation in Media
by Mental Health Association in Greensboro on June 21, 2018 at 1:30 pm
There are two things I want to touch upon before I delve into the heart of this week’s post: On June 7, I wrote a post stating that June is PRIDE month and that all of June’s posts would explore mental health within the LGBTQIA community. Those of you who read last week’s post know […]