When trying to solve this problem of lack of support for college students with mental illness, many people look to outsiders with specific credentials; but Project LETS believes that a solution lies with the very people who experience the problem. During this talk, Stefanie will discuss: the founding story of
Emotional loneliness is a bigger risk factor than depression, heart disease, diabetes & stroke for cognitive decline according to research by Dr Catherine Whitehouse. She says society needs to talk openly about the value of emotional connection #MasseyGrad https://t.co/Li2VgokDs7 pic.twitter.com/EtwOuuUlpq — Massey University (@MasseyUni) December 10, 2019
Ken talks about preventing the sexual abuse of boys — how we address institutions in which much sexual abuse of boys takes place; and how we ensure child sexual abuse prevention campaigns do not unintentionally leave boys out. His presentation draws on his own work experiences and focus group conversations
https://bbc.in/2YKLgc9https://bbc.in/2YKLgc9https://bbc.in/2YKLgc9 So is there a way to harness stress to your advantage while being mindful of its detrimental long-term effects? One key factor is to avoid, where possible, the tipping point when stress leads to burnout. Burnout, with its physical and mental harms, is especially likely when stress is chronic.
http://bit.ly/34aOyXg Bianca Suanet , PhD, and Theo G. van Tilburg, PhD, of Vrije University in Amsterdam, also assessed loneliness among older adults and found that they were less lonely than their counterparts from previous generations. “Most interventions that combat loneliness are not very effective, most likely because they do not
One of the best ways to treat anxiety? A full night’s rest, new research suggests. https://t.co/9DdpBrCth1 pic.twitter.com/fAdPn0tRzo — Big Think (@bigthink) December 4, 2019 Interestingly, variations in the anxiety levels of the well-rested group appeared to correlate with the amount of slow-wave sleep that the participants experienced the night before.
http://bit.ly/2DmEW0S For one, you can learn to trust in your ability to cope with negative events, if and when they happen. The good news is that research shows that most of the things we worry about will never come to pass. But if something bad does happen, remember that you’ll
http://bit.ly/2Om92Yp 5. Learn when to stop seeking information and start acting. People who are intolerant of uncertainty often read masses of information before taking any action because they’re trying to feel absolutely certain of (1) how best to proceed, and (2) that their actions will lead to the outcome they
👨Today is #InternationalMensDay and we want to celebrate male mental health role models.🏅 📣Now, it’s over to you – who is your male mental health role model❓ 🗣️It is YOUR voice that inspires us to keep working hard towards a world with good mental health for men and boys: pic.twitter.com/Mb3pmeMOPv