By Kristina Ashley Williams 10 min read Non-Racist means you aim not to participate in racist actions. Anti-Racist means you understand what racist actions are, use your voice to name it, and put words into action. Allies are Anti-racist, actively educate themselves, speak up, check on their friends who are impacted, have uncomfortable conversations with friends, families and co-workers, don’t post pix of dogs and frivolous topics during … Continue reading Resources and Actions of an Ally #BlackLivesMatter
By Linzy Farmerie-Mogielski, Content Editor of BroglieBox3 min read 1. @healhaus – A Wellness Concept & Café, Daily Yoga + Meditation Classes, Workshops + Private Sessions, Corporate Wellness 2. @askdrjess – Board-Certified Psychiatrist in New York City 3. @ethelsclub – A social and wellness club designed to celebrate people of color, online and IRL. 4. @inclusivetherapists – THERAPY THAT CELEBRATES YOU, Directory for all: identities, … Continue reading 10 BIPOC Friendly Mental Health Focused Instagram Accounts to Follow
By Linzy Farmerie-Mogielski, Content Editor of BroglieBox5 Min Read If all of the content you are scrolling through all looks the same right now, there is a chance it’s time to diversify your feed. So grab your phone, open up instagram, and check out these people and organizations asap. @ihartericka – Erika Hart, Sex Educator and Social/Gender Justice Disruptor @evyan.whitney – Ev’Yan Whitney, Host of … Continue reading Diversify Your Feed… Now.
by Chelsea Wiersma 5 min read Mental health is complicated, messy, scary, confusing, and it doesn’t look the same for any two people on the planet. However, although it’s called “mental health” it’s not something that just stays in your head. It’s not something that just stays mental at all. It affects your physical health. It affects your relationships, your energy levels, your personality, your … Continue reading Mental Health Should be Treated as a Priority in the Workplace
By Taylor Yingshi Wang4 min read Art has existed since mankind knew how to pick up sticks. In fact, recent evidence suggests that those first humans etched carvings into cave walls to psychologically prepare themselves for the arduous hunting journeys ahead. In more modern times, artist Adrian Hill coined the term ‘art therapy’ in 1942 as he realized the cathartic effects of painting while recovering … Continue reading 5 Ways To Boost your Mood Creatively During Quarantine
By Christina, the Authentic Adventurer5 min read I never imagined that I would be personally affected by depression… I guess none of us ever really do. There were times as a young adult where I would get sad, which I expected everyone would get from time to time. And most of the time, I would blame it on hormones. But it wasn’t until years later, … Continue reading Taking Medicine Does Not Mean Something Is “Wrong” With You
By Johnny Crowder10 min read As a suicide/abuse survivor growing up with multiple mental health conditions, I always figured that I had managed to conquer most of my most difficult days before the age of 25… and then I started a business. What’s the most challenging thing to maintain as an entrepreneur? A schedule? Sure. Finances? Undoubtedly. But if you’re ready to get vulnerable, sanity … Continue reading 4 Key Tips for an Entrepreneur’s Mental Health
By Aayushi Jain8 min read Music therapy is an evidence-based intervention that can be delivered via tech apps to improve patients’ mental health and wellbeing through playing, performing, composing, or listening to music. These interventions complement conventional mental health treatments because they provide a concrete activity for a patient to hone in on during moments of emotional distress. One popular music therapy app is Humm.ly, … Continue reading A Musical Mentality: Musical Therapy & Mental Health
A letter from a formerly anxious child.
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It’s easy to feel overwhelmed by the enormous amount of mental health advice on Instagram. But don’t give up on it just yet! It is possible to use Instagram to help improve your mental health–it just requires a little work on your part. Continue reading How to use Instagram to Improve your Mental Health