You Can Be Strong and Still Seek Help By Chris Hubbard | May. 17, 2019 "Even when you sign the contract of a lifetime, your anxiety doesn’t just fade away. You are still playing a high intensity game that wears on you every day, beating you down physically and emotionally. But there’s always a way to get help." Read More. The Example Celebrities With Mental Illness Set By Izzy Gonçalves | May. 15, 2019 Celebrities talking about mental illness can help reduce stigma as long as their message isn't sensationalized. If a celebrity is being honest about their mental health issues, their example is likely to be helpful. Read More. Why It’s Important to Unplug Sometimes By Carrie Cantwell | May. 10, 2019 Technology is great for helping you manage mental health conditions and medications, but online social media and shopping sites can present dangers for phases of conditions like bipolar disorder. Here are tips for interacting with the internet when you are symptomatic. Read More. How to Cope When a Pop Culture Phenomenon Triggers You By Dawn O’Malley, Psy. D. | May. 08, 2019 Trends that are popular do not always have a positive effect on people. Here are some tips for managing the adverse effects that pop culture triggers might have on you. Read More. The Power of Music to Spread Hope By Nate Botsford | May. 06, 2019 As one country singer-songwriter discovered, the messages in music can help ease pressure in a world filled with others' expectations of you and your expectations of yourself. Read More. Gamers Champion Mental Health Awareness By Patrick McMahon | May. 03, 2019 RPG Limit Break is back again this Mental Health Month, speedrunning video games to raise awareness about mental illness and funds for NAMI. This event is what happens when we all band together for a common cause. Read More. From Stigmatized to Sensationalized By Jessie Yu | May. 01, 2019 It's great that we are talking about mental illness, but we don't want to talk about it in a way that sensationalizes it. Read More.