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dealing with tragedy

Are you sad or depressed? Here's how to tell

Depression is no laughing matter—and neither is simple sadness. The National Institute for Mental Health says about 11 percent of adolescents have some form of diagnosed depression by the time they hit 18. And oft-linked suicide is the third leading...

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Got family in the hospital? Deep breath--here's how not to freak out

It’s incredibly scary when someone you know really well is so sick, he or she has to be admitted to the hospital. Sometimes, it’s a totally normal, non-scary thing. Sometimes, it’s more serious. Whatever is happening, it’s best to stay as calm as...

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I was molested...

A few years ago I was molested. I can’t stop dwelling on it. After I was molested, I felt like my soul was taken away from me and I’ve found it very hard to express my feelings. I have tried...

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Potential BF going through a tough time? Here's how to make the most of your almost relationship

I have a problem. This guy and I really like each other like. A lot. The problem, his mom has stage four cancer and is in treatment, and it's holding me back from dating him. I'm not sure why, maybe...

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A lesson in grief: Celebrating the life of a great person

If you watched the news coverage of Nelson Mandela’s passing, there’s one thing that stands out: The people he has influenced the most, those whom his activist work has impacted, aren’t crying. Nope, they’re celebrating. Now before you start thinking...

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How to help before it's too late...even if you don't know there's a problem

You never forget that girl. Maybe she was your friend. Maybe she was your best friend. Maybe you barely knew her, but the news hit you like a ton of bricks. You got the call. Or the text. Or you heard in the...

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Another school shooting. What's next?

Earlier today, a 16-year-old walked into a rural California high school with a shotgun, shot a classmate and attempted to shoot someone else before a teacher and another staff member talked him into surrendering. No one was killed, though...

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How to deal with grief: A lesson from Sesame Street

Many years ago, our beloved PBS mainstay, Sesame Street, lost a beloved character, Mr. Hooper. And with that loss, they gained an opportunity to teach Big Bird—and their young audience—about death and dealing with loss. In light of the tragedy...

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Put your hearts up: Opening up about the Sandy Hook shooting

Just a few months ago, the world reeled following the Aurora movie theater shooting. And now, here we are again, shocked and horrified and unbelievably scared that it could happen to us, and, if we’re lucky, grateful that today, it...

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How to handle bad news with grace

Sometimes, life hands you a big ol’ bucket of lemons. And yeah, it totally stinks. Maybe your school district decided to cut funding for your ultimate Frisbee team, or your best friend’s parents decided to move across the country. Maybe Mom and Dad...

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