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How Alienation Became My Superpower

By Elisa Gonzalez — 2021

Feeling like an outsider can be painful. But it comes with secret gifts of perception.

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Bruce Lee’s Philosophy on Life: 6 Simple, Transformative Words.

“Use only that which works, and take it from any place you can find it.” ~ Bruce Lee The premise of his philosophy was efficiency—complete and utter efficiency of the soul.

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Mother-Daughter Therapists Focus on BIPOC, LGBTQ Communities

For the owners of Magnolia Wellness, LLC, mental health is more than just a brain issue. Rather, say Gizelle Tircuit and her daughter Janelle Posey-Green, emotional wellness goes far beyond what’s inside someone’s head, encompassing their body, their community, their culture and more.

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14 Mental Health Resources for the BIPOC Community

Here are helpful ways to find support and make your mental wellbeing a top priority.

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The Extra Stigma of Mental Illness for African-Americans

Our culture has taught us that we do not have the privilege of being vulnerable like other communities.

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Marginalized Mental Health Matters: What Experts Want You to Know

Seven professionals from across the US sat down with Verywell Mind to share insights about how they are improving the mental health discourse to better address the needs of marginalized groups.

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Social Media Helps Native Americans Preserve Cultural Traditions During Pandemic

Many Native people have found innovative ways throughout the pandemic to continue sharing their culture despite physical distancing restrictions. Social media groups have provided some remedies, in ways that may continue after the pandemic wanes.

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The Healing Power of Heritage

Interventions rooted in indigenous traditions are helping to prevent suicide and addiction in American Indian and Alaska Native communities.

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How ‘Instagram Therapy’ Helps Normalize Latinx Mental Healthcare

The Latinx community is just as vulnerable to mental illness as the general population, but faces disparities in treatment.

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I Was Taught that Therapy Was “Para Locos”—But the Pandemic Pushed Me to See It Differently

Eso es para locos. Esta generación... siempre inventando. These are the words I’d hear anytime I mentioned therapy or mental health growing up.

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8 Tips for Talking About Mental Health with Your Asian Family

“When I started my undergraduate degree in psychology, my grandmother said she was afraid I would become pagal (“crazy”) because of it.

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