Emotional Well Being

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Abuse may be found in 4 major areas of YOUR life:


HOME Parents, legal guardians, siblings, relatives, or anyone else that lives in your home.


SCHOOL Teachers, general faculty, administrators from the principal on down, groundskeepers, janitors, or bus drivers.


PEER GROUPS Perpetrators of abuse might wear unexpected hats: Classmates, siblings,  teammates and friends—technically anyone in your age group.

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Abuse can be found in 4 major areas of your life:

HOME: Your parents, legal guardians, siblings, relatives, or anyone else who lives in what you call “home.”

SCHOOL: Your teachers, general faculty, administrators such as the secretary or principal, classmates, or even your bus driver.

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Abuse can be found in 4 major areas of your life:

HOME: Your parents, legal guardians, siblings, relatives, or anyone else who lives in what you call “home.”

SCHOOL: Your teachers, general faculty, administrators such as the secretary or principal, classmates, or even your bus driver.

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What is Stress?

Yes, we’ve all experienced it. During a routine day, there may be a few things that make you feel it. You know, the headaches, the stomach pain, and the muscle aches that come when something is bothering you. The worries, frustration and anger that prevent you from enjoying your day. All of this is a part of stress. But what exactly is stress anyway?

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Racism

Racism manifests itself negatively in both the mental and physical health of those who experience racism. There are three levels to this racism:

1) Active racism, or overt racism. An obvious example is violence directed at somebody for being a certain race. This causes adrenaline-related stress, as well as the obvious negative health affects of violence.

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Suicide: The Facts

 

Suicide: “Someone taking their own life because they feel like they can’t handle their circumstances anymore.” – Daniel 20

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The Basics of Stress

How Do I Know If I Am Stressed?

Symptoms of stress vary from person to person and situation to situation. Depending on an individual’s personality, experiences, and viewpoints, he/she will react and show stress in different ways. However, it is known that stress can affect both the mind and body. Here are some ways stress can affect you:

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