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Emily Cline

Toxic Influences

Building positive support systems is key to self-care. These support systems could be shaped by anyone of importance within your life, especially friends and family. When something bad happens, we want to rest assured that we have people in our corner. During Mental Health 101, when talking about caring for our friends effectively, I always[…..]

Optimal Health

by Emily Cline Does having a mental illness make you mentally unhealthy? Your automatic response is probably yes, but I challenge you to think of it this way: A lot of us have had to participate in physical fitness tests somewhere throughout our time in school. That could mean having to run the mile or[…..]

Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs)

by Emily Cline The first week of Mental Health Awareness month is dedicated to children’s mental health. Children, between the ages of 1 and 17, are at risk for experiencing adverse childhood experiences, or ACEs. ACEs are traumatic experiences with long-term effects on those who experience them. These experiences affect development and relationships as the[…..]

Mental Health Questions…. Answered!

by Emily Cline Let me just start off by saying, Happy Mental Health Awareness month! Honestly, there are a lot of things that I didn’t know about mental health before starting my job at MHAET. If you’re like me, some of the questions I had seemed too simple to ask. It might seem cliché, but[…..]

FOMO (Fear of Missing Out)

by Emily Cline I have found that the older I get, the less I have FOMO (Fear Of Missing Out). In fact, my mom tells me that I have JOMO (Joy Of Missing Out) due to my introverted nature. But I have found in this quarantine, my FOMO has resurfaced in strange ways. I, like[…..]

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