Tag Archive | #JournalSocietyandMentalHealth

#JamesDonaldson on #MentalHealth – How To Help A Friend Through A Tough Time, According To A Clinical Psychologist

By Kathryn Gordon  This story is part of a group of stories called First-person essays and interviews with unique perspectives on complicated issues. Science supports what we intuitively understand: Strong relationships enhance the quality of our lives. We have all felt our outlook brighten after a meaningful conversation and our mood sour after conflict. We have all […]

#JamesDonaldsononMentalHealth – What Is #MentalHealth First Aid?

These classes offer participants useful knowledge that can be utilized in the event of a #mentalhealth emergency. #MentalHealth First Aid is a term that’s gained a lot of momentum lately, especially with Lady Gaga’s Born This Way foundation, which encourages people to learn about #mentalhealth. A report on CNN explains the importance of taking mental health first aid classes, and how #mentalhealth […]

#JamesDonaldson on #MentalHealth – Op-ed: #Hilinski’sHope Seeks To Address The Darkness Surrounding #MentalHealthIssues

BY MARK AND KYM HILINSKI #Hilinski’sHope, founded by Mark and Kym #Hilinski, advocates for increased #mentalhealth resources and awareness at universities and colleges across the country. Mark and Kym #Hilinski lost their son Tyler to suicide in 2018. On Jan. 16, 2018, our son Tyler lost hope – and we lost Tyler. We knew him […]

#JamesDonaldsononMentalHealth – #Depression, #Anxiety And #Suicidal Thoughts: How #Teachers’ #Stress Affects Their #MentalHealth

After 24 years of teaching at public schools in Louisiana, Holly Beth says she often felt “defeated” before she entered the school doors. Nonetheless, like clockwork, she would eat, sleep and repeat — until she felt the the emotional shift that changed everything. “I looked at my husband and said, ‘I think everyone would just […]

#JamesDonaldsononMentalHealth – In this #SuicidePrevention Month, Let’s End The #Stigma And Talk About #MentalHealth

“While there is no one cause for #suicide, doing away with the #stigma and having an open dialogue about #mentalhealth is one place to start prevention. #JamesDonaldsononMentalHealth –  Welcome to the “next chapter” of my life… being a voice and an advocate for #mentalhealthawarenessandsuicideprevention, especially pertaining to our younger generation of students and student-athletes. Getting […]

#JamesDonaldsononMentalHealth – #Religious Response To #Suicide Increasingly One Of Prevention, Compassion

Attitudes have evolved with understanding about mental illness By Waveney Ann Moore When a teenager from his mosque died by #suicide, Imam Askia Muhammad Aquil helped the boy’s family prepare his body for burial. “We washed and prepared the remains as for any other Muslim funeral,” said Aquil, who led the Believers’ Mosque in St. Petersburg […]

#JamesDonaldsononMentalHealth – #Male #Loneliness: Why Are #Men Finding It So Hard To Make Friends?

While many of us seemed to have no problem making mates inside the school gates, finding and keeping friends as an adult is proving somewhat tricker, particularly for #men. Recent research has revealed that #men are much more likely than their #female counterparts to be leading solitary lives, with an absence of people they consider friends. The poll, […]

#JamesDonaldsononMentalHealth – 3 Or More Hours A Day Of #SocialMedia Use Hurts Youths’ #MentalHealth, Report Says

By Linda Searing The Washington Post Might time spent on #socialmedia — #YouTube, #Facebook, #Instagram, #Twitter and the like — affect young people’s #mentalhealth? Yes, says a report by Johns Hopkins and other researchers, published in #JAMA Psychiatry. For instance, they found that 12- to 15-year-olds who typically spent three or more hours a day on […]

#JamesDonaldsononMentalHealth – #Student #Suicide Numbers Increasing, Groups Warn Of More #Mental Distress

OLIVER LEWIS Increased workloads and #socialmedia use could be contributing to the fact the number of students dying by #suicide has almost doubled in just over a decade. Universities have noticed a sustained increase in the number of students reporting mental distress, as have high school guidance counsellors, who have struggled with mounting case loads as more students […]

#JamesDonaldsononMentalHealth – Addressing #MentalHealth Challenges on #CollegeCampuses

It’s back to school season and thousands of students are stepping onto college campuses across the U.S., many of them freshmen who will be living independently for the first time. This group of students belongs to a generation whose members experience higher levels of stress, depression and anxiety than any prior generation, and the pressures that accompany […]

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