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What the Heck Are Job Seekers Supposed to Do?

Finding a job is never an east feat and the pandemic's economic impact has made it even more of a challenge. Use these tips to protect your well-being.
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40 Million Americans' Gain Access to Talkspace with Insurance Coverage

To see if your insurance covers Talkspace, use these steps to access professional and accessible mental health care today.
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5 Mental Health Tips for Surviving the School Year

These tips will help parents protect their mental health while making tough choices through the challenges of the new school year.
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How to Tell if It’s Safe to Return to Your Place of Employment

The thought of going back to work may be extremely stressful, but knowing the precautions your employer is taking can help. Here's how.
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How to Reconnect With Friends Safely and Save Your Mental Health

Setting boundaries with your loved ones allows for safe interaction and connection during the pandemic. Here's how to safely combat loneliness.
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Racial Trauma at Work — Here’s What It Looks Like and How to Navigate It

When you become more aware of how workplace racial trauma manifests, you can feel more empowered to protect yourself and others.
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Getting Parents Therapy Can Help Children

When parents can tackle their own mental health struggles in therapy, in turn it can help the spirits of their kids. Here's how...
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How To Stay Resilient in the Long-Term Fight For Racial Justice

In order to fight for racial justice, we must take care of ourselves in order to remain resilient. Here's how we can all do so.

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How to Spot — and Heal From — Political Burnout

As election season continues to heat up, many of us are approaching burnout. Use these tips to avoid burnout when stress creeps in.
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How to Survive a Political Breakup

This election, it's more than politics. Many of the issues at hand represent our deepest values. Here's how to handle a loved ones' harmful opinions.
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Why You Shouldn't Call the Police When Someone Is Having a Mental Health Crisis

Society’s status quo approach to mental illness — to punish those who are unable to receive care — is not working. Here's what we can do instead.
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During COVID-19, Teachers Became Emotional First Responders

As the school year approaches, it's important to understand the new role teachers may take on as their students face new challenges due to the pandemic...