Because mental health can be a sensitive topic to approach, we understand the motivation to avoid the subject. However, what can we do or say when the topic is approached? As someone who has struggled with depression in the past, I can vouch that people can sometimes be insensitive. Whether their comments are intentional or […]Read More Real Talk: A Conversation about Mental Health
College can be rough. While it can be a very exciting time in our lives, it doesn’t come without its problems. College isn’t always about what we learn inside the classroom, but how we can balance everything outside of the classroom – everything as in juggling assignments and studying, work, relationships, matters from home, and trying to […]Read More Stomp Out Stigma Week
By: Courtney Rorex, Wellness Ambassador and Journalism Major with a Minor in Health Education & Promotion “When many students start college, health and well-being tend to be forgotten when trying to balance schoolwork and a social life. When it becomes apparent that better care is needed for a healthier lifestyle, actions such as eating healthier […]Read More Mental Health Stigma and You
“Health is more than just the absence of disease. Health is about jobs and employment, education, the environment, and all of those things that go into making us healthy.” – Joycelen Elders Weather you choose to believe it or not; where you live, who you surround yourself with, and how you spend your time has […]Read More Bike-In Movie and Campus Beautification Day
Sex and sexual health can be awkward issues to discuss— if we let them be. Think back to middle school when everyone began to experience the changes of puberty. Pretty awkward, right? But the older we all became, the more prominent the topics of sex and sexual health were (and still are) in our lives. These […]Read More Sex Signals— Let’s Talk About Sex!