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 The BroglieBox Team 4 min read In a time of social distancing, holidays like Mother’s Day can pose many challenges. We asked some of our contributing writers and peers how they are planning to celebrate this year and to share an encouraging thought with families… What creative ways are you celebrating Mother’s Day this year? I am going to say a social distancing hello … Continue reading Creative Ways to Celebrate Mothers Day (and other occasions) During a Pandemic
By Madison Kingsley15 min read Everyone can become a victim of harassment or bullying, even if they don’t belong to the groups that are unfairly stigmatized by society. However, when referring to sexual and other minorities, the situation becomes critical. College is a challenging environment for every student. According to the National Survey on LGBTQ+ Youth Mental Health conducted in 2019, 71% of LGBTQ+ youth … Continue reading The Ultimate List of Helpful and Supportive Resources for LGBTQ+ Students
By April Snow, LMFT 7 min read Being an introvert can make it difficult to find friends who get us, feel confident at parties or speak up at school. There’s just so much noise and not enough time to think through our thoughts, which leaves us feeling left out and misunderstood. It’s so frustrating! In reality, we have a lot of interesting things to say and … Continue reading The Young Introvert’s Social Survival Guide
By April Snow, LMFT5 min read Making plans all starts out so well. You’re feeling energetic or generous and you make a commitment with someone down the road. But then the day comes and you’re feeling exhausted, overwhelmed, or just don’t feel like doing anything. You go back and forth, wanting to cancel, but weighing the pros and cons of doing so. If you do … Continue reading How to Cancel Plans Without Feeling Guilty and Hurting Feelings
A letter from a formerly anxious child.
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By Annie Wright, LMFT18 min read “For one human being to love another, that is perhaps the most difficult of all our tasks… the work for which all other work is but preparation.” — Rilke Relationships are hard.Relationships are never, ever perfect and require huge investments of time, energy, a willingness to compromise, and a willingness to be influenced by the other regularly. Combine this … Continue reading A Care Package for Your Relationships
By Dr. Sharon Ufberg8 min read Let’s face it, we all know that we could improve our weekly routines to stay healthier, be more fit and feel less stressed. Unfortunately, often our busy schedules, overbooked calendars, and multiple commitments get in the way of being the best version of ourselves. And they don’t take an entire lifestyle shift to add them into your daily routine … Continue reading 5 Tips to be Healthy, Fit, and Happy!
By Linzy Farmerie-Mogielski, Content Editor of BroglieBox12 min read It is totally wild to think that this will be the 11th Valentine’s Day that I have spent with my husband, Tony. I wish I had a time machine (not only to avoid my 30th birthday this year) but to go back and tell myself about what lied ahead. And, even more honestly, to warn myself … Continue reading Mental Health is a Team Sport: I Have Anxiety/Depression and my Husband Doesn’t, But We Both Fight It.