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Witnessing violence can change a kid's mind.
You can help them heal.

Suicide among rural youth

Suicide among rural youth

Text LISTEN to 741741 - A crisis text line

What can we as a society do?

Know the Signs

You Can NOT Be Replaced

Psychological Effects of Domestic Violence

Adverse Childhood Experiences

Prejudice and Tolerance

Scott Valley Family Resource Center Policy

Native Americans

Religions

Speak Up, but Stay Safe

With Best Intentions:

There are three stories posted here that have to do with people who have the best intentions when faced with “helping” a friend or family member with mental illness, depression, anxiety, or suicidal thoughts. In different ways, these stories try to tell you that your approaching this by thinking you know what will help from your own experience is often not at all the thing.
Listen, open up to really understanding and be there for your friend.

The Four Worst Reactions to My Mental Illness

The Problem with Gratitude

The Text I Got After a Co-Worker Saw Me Having a Panic Attack

Love and the Mentally Ill
These are four stories
about love, from

Mental Health Newsletter

Why I'm Scared My Mental Illness Makes Me Hard to Love

This Is How People With Anxiety Show Their Love

Bipolar and In Love

What This 4-Word Text Can Teach Us About Helping a Significant Other With Anxiety

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