7 Steps to Manage the Stress of Moving

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Moving to a new home is full of all sorts of emotions, and surveys show it is one of the most stressful life events. Therefore, it is important that you manage your own mental and emotional health by heading into a move with a good plan.

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This Super Bowl Season, It’s Time to Tackle Gambling

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By almost every measure, the Super Bowl is the most popular sporting event in America. It’s also the country’s single biggest illegal gambling event, with more than $4.7 billion in bets wagered, most of them illegal. For those who struggle with gambling addiction, it can be a particularly challenging time.

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SOS Certified Trainer Spotlight: Barzanna White, Ph.D.

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Barzanna White Ph.D., has been working with the SOS Program for the last year and a half in Louisiana. In this spotlight, where we celebrate her success, White shared with us in her own words what her experience has been like and what advice she would give to new certified trainers.

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Learn the Signs of Suicide and How to ACT

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September is National Suicide Prevention Awareness Month. Because suicide is the second leading cause of death in people aged 15 to 34, and within the top ten leading causes of death for all ages, we all need to know the signs and how to help someone who may be at risk for suicide.

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Creating Positive Online Spaces to Discuss Mental Health

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With great online presence comes great responsibility. That's why organizations are working to create spaces online that promote positivity, raise awareness for mental health and offer support or resources for those who need them. We've gathered some recent campaigns that organizations and individuals have put together to wield the power of social media for positive change.

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How to Write About Suicide

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One of the most essential things we can do to reduce the stigma around mental health is to talk about it. But when discussing mental health publicly, such as on social media or in a blog post, how you discuss it can either be helpful or hurtful to your audience. This distinction is never more crucial than when discussing suicide.

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