Category: Mental Health Empowerment

The Allie Way – Time Time Time, Stress Stress Stress!

As my fellow interns have been mentioning, Maria kindly gave us some time off last week, in order to embrace some of what National Stress Awareness Month is all about! And I was so grateful for that time, because so … Continue reading

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The Allie Way – Raising Awareness Through Campus Leadership

This week is Eating Disorders Awareness Week. On my campus (Ithaca College), there are events lined up all week – movies, speakers, displays, etc. to try and help promote it. Weeks like this are such a great thing for multiple … Continue reading

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Mondays with Meg: Idols and Inspiration

Last Wednesday, I had the opportunity to see Jamie Tworkowski, founder of To Write Love On Her Arms (TWLOHA, for short), at Cornell University. For those of you who don’t know what TWLOHA is, allow me to explain: it’s a … Continue reading

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Lily’s Life – Moving Through Depression and Fear to Perspective & Peace

Hello my dearest friends, Yet another two weeks have gone by. I’m sorry I was absent last Saturday; I had a long, incredibly busy week. On the bright side, it was a long, happy busy week. So to be perfectly … Continue reading

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Journeys with Julie- When You Just Can’t Find the Words, Rely on Someone Else’s

When I was little, I was scared to sleep in my own room. (There was a boogieman in the  basement of my house. He has since moved out). So I often asked my sisters if I could sleep on the … Continue reading

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